In March 2016, the EAO celebrated it’s One Year Anniversary.
Since February 2014, the JCMT has observed almost 700 hours of science projects in addition to their normal night operations.
See how they are doing it in this JCMT Spotlight video on Extended Observing.
Enjoy this special holiday edition of our monthly JCMT Spotlight: A Few of Our Favorite Things.
Have you ever wondered what it is like to be a Visiting Observer on Maunakea? Find out here!
Enjoy this short clip on our experience at the International Astronomical Union’s General Assembly in Honolulu, Hawai’i.
Want to learn more about our instrumentation? Check out this spotlight video on SCUBA-2.
Here is a fantastic video from Sky at Night 2012 about infrared astronomy. The video features the JCMT and talks about how we observe the cold universe i the far infrared. If you missed it the first time around we hope you enjoy this chance to watch it…