1364 days since start of observations
167.37 hours of lunar observations
131.75 TB of lunar images
112 NEO lunar impact events
NELIOTA impact flashes

Location of the impact flashes detected so far by NELIOTA.

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NELIOTA camera first light

The new Andor Zyla scientific CMOS fast-frame camera for the NELIOTA project, funded by ESA, saw first light on October 20th. NELIOTA team members connected the state-of-the-art camera to the 62.5 cm Newall telescope in Penteli to obtain the first images of the Moon and other astronomical objects. The camera will be installed on the 1.2 m Kryoneri telescope in the Spring 2016, when the telescope retrofit and upgrade is completed by DFM Engineering, Inc.