Update on TESS pointing in Year 2

TESS will observe the northern ecliptic hemisphere during the second year of its primary mission. The cameras will be oriented along a line of ecliptic longitude (as they were in Year 1), with that longitude determined by the anti-solar longitude at the mid-point of the sector. For most of Year …

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Upcoming TESS Conferences

The first year of TESS' prime mission will be completed in July, but the science is just beginning. Two conferences are being held in July on TESS science, and it is not too late to register for them!

The first is the TASC5/KASC12 workshop, being held in Cambridge, MA …

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TESS Sessions at the AAS Meeting January 2019

The TESS team is looking forward to sharing our excitement about the first science results, our high expectations for the two-year science survey, and our plans for the extended mission, at the upcoming winter AAS meeting in Seattle next month.

Stop by our booth in the exhibit hall to find …

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