Texas A&M Astronomical Instrumentation

 

ASTRONOMICAL INSTRUMENTATION LAB

Welcome to the Astronomical Instrumentation Lab at Texas A&M University.

Our lab is located in the Charles R. '62 & Judith G. Munnerlyn Astronomical Laboratory and Space Engineering Building at the corner of University Dr. and Asbury St. on Texas A&M University's Main Campus.

Munnerlyn Building

Recent Events

REU 2016

Our third summer REU program has concluded with the REU students presenting their projects at the 2016 Texas A&M REU Summer Poster Session. Check out their posters on our REU Progam page.

REU Students


Also check out DuOCam, a two-channel camera designed, built, and operated by two of our REU students, Emily Witt and Erin Maier.

DuOCam

If you would like to apply for our 2017 REU Program, please visit the REU Program Application page

SPIE 2016

The GMACS team attended the SPIE Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation conference this year in Edinburgh, Scotland. Be sure to check out the papers and posters that we submitted and presented.







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Astronomical Instrumentation Lab
4242 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4242
Ph: (979) 845 7717

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