Students learn how to find new planets at TESS Hackaton Session

Students are learning to find their own planets at TESS Hackaton Session at Carl Sagan Institute at Cornell, lead by CSI deputy director Nikole Lewis. credit: L. Kaltenegger, Carl Sagan Institute Cornell

Lots of fun and planets found today at the TESS Hackaton in Space Science (fueled by coffee and pizza). CSI deputy director Nikole Lewis lead teams of students in finding new planets in the TESS data.

TESS Hackatons take place every last Friday of the month in Space Science 311 from noon-5pm during the semester. If you want to find your own planets, come join us.

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