Thai Robotic Telescope (TRT)

Connects you to the network of telescopes. Whether you're a first-time astronomer or a professional, our easy-to-use yet powerful interface allows you to get the images you need. You simply specify what you want to observe and our telescopes will take the images for you. You can then access the images through our website.



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Getting Started


Creating a User Account

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Creating a Proposal

Submit proposals and manage the membership of their research teams.

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Creating an Observation Request

Compose, save, and submit observing requests. Download data from completed observations.

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About


NARIT is responsible for research in Astronomy and Astrophysics in Thailand. Thai National Observatory (TNO) with 2.4m Telescope, located on the highest mountain in Thailand, at 2450m above the mean sea level, serves as the main workhorse for the Thai astronomers as well as international collaborators.

          Apart from TNO, NARIT has been in the process of setting up a network of robotic telescopes worldwide at some of the best locations available. These include 0.6-0.7 m telescopes at Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory in Chile, Gaomeigu Observatory in People‚Äôs Republic of China, Siding Spring Observatory in Australia, Sierra Remote Observatories in the USA, and at a location yet to be selected in South Africa.

          This Thai Robotic Telescope Network (Thai Robonet) will provide schools, universities and research institutes in Thailand with opportunities to observe objects with time-variability, asteroids, etc., 24 hours a day from both Northern and Southern Hemispheres. A PlaneWave 0.7m telescope (CDK700) was installed at SRO in December 2015 and has become part of this network since. It is expected that the magnificent facilities and staff provided by SRO will help our observations to be as smooth as possible during our presence there for years to come.

Observatory Sites

Information about the nodes and telescopes in the network.

Credit : Jacob Wasilkowski, Imagery provided by services from the Global Imagery Browse Services (GIBS) funding provided by NASA/HQ.



Contact

If you have any questions or comments, Please contact National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand (Public Organization)

Email : trt@narit.or.th