Friday, Nov 20th at 8:30 PM PST
Io, one of the remarkable moons of Jupiter, is well-known as the most volcanically-active body in the solar system. Its volcanism has been observed using large telescopes and spacecraft. In contrast, we have been making observations of Io using a mere 10-cm telescope from Haleakala. In this talk, I will describe the scientific output obtained from Haleakala using this tiny telescope.
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