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

May 30, 2018

Professor Jennifer Marshall and Erika Cook were on PBS's Nova Wonders episode on dark energy and dark matter, "What's the Universe Made Of?"

May 15–18, 2018

Texas A&M Physics and Astronomy Department hosted the 2018 Dark Energy Survey (DES) collaboration meeting with contributions from many members of A&M. Click here to read more about the project and here to see a picture of the collaborators.

DES Collaboration Meeting 2018

We're happy to announce that the website for the 2018 Dark Energy Survey Collaboration Meeting has gone live. Click here to check it out, and register soon! The event spans from May 14 - 18.























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

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