On Friday 30th September 2022 at the ExoClock 2 day meeting held at University College London, CMHASD trustees Martin Crow & Simon Dawes were awarded certificates for their impressive contribution to the ExoClock Project.
ExoClock is a project to monitor the ephemerides of transiting exoplanets by the ARIEL Ephemerides Working Group.
ARIEL is a space telescope (Atmospheric Remote‐sensing Infrared Exoplanet Large‐survey mission) that was selected by ESA as part of its Cosmic Vision plan and is ESA’S next science mission that will focus on the nature of planets orbiting stars in other systems. It will be ESA’s fourth medium-class science mission to be launched in 2029.
Both Simon and Martin have contributed over 50 exoplanet observations each to ExoClock and more are yet to come.
Their certificates were presented to them by Anastasia Kokori, Coordinator of the ExoClock project & Professor Giovanna Tinetti, Principal Investigator of the Ariel mission.
Congratulations Martin & Simon. Well done!
Martin Crow receiving his certificate.
Simon Dawes receiving his certificate.
You can view some of Simon & Martin’s observations on the CMHASD ExoClock Project page.