NELIOTA Status
898 days since start of observations
106.09 hours of lunar observations
83.51 TB of lunar images
67 NEO lunar impact events
NELIOTA impact flashes

Location of the impact flashes detected so far by NELIOTA.

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NELIOTA: second scientific publication

The second scientific publication of the NELIOTA project was accepted in Astronomy & Astrophysics on August 31, 2018 and is titled “NELIOTA: The wide-field, high-cadence lunar monitoring system at the prime focus of the Kryoneri telescope". The paper presents the NELIOTA system deployed on the refurbished 1.2 m Kryoneri telescope, the NELIOTA software, instrument performance and results of the first year of NELIOTA observations. NELIOTA is the first astronomical system to use sCMOS detectors at a fast-frame rate. Our observations so far suggest a detection rate of 1.96 × 10−7 events km−2 h−1.