987 days since start of observations
124.86 hours of lunar observations
98.29 TB of lunar images
88 NEO lunar impact events
NELIOTA impact flashes

Location of the impact flashes detected so far by NELIOTA.

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NELIOTA cameras used to observe Triton's occultation

The NELIOTA fast-frame cameras were successfully used to observe the occultation of Neptune’s moon Triton on October 5th, as part of a campaign led by Dr. Bruno Sicardy and the "Lucky Star" team, of the Paris Observatory, France. Light curves of the occultation were obtained simultaneously in the I and R-bands. Preliminary photometry shows a ~1 mag dip. The ground trace of the occultation is shown on the left (Credit: Google, INEGI, ORION-ME).