PAN001

PAN001

The first baseline unit, located near the summit of Maunaloa on the Big Island of Hawai’i. This little champion just celebrated its 4th birthday with over 35,000 images taken!

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PAN002

PAN002

Panny is one of our travelling demo units, making appearances at events like the Hawai’i AstroDay, the JPL OpenEvent, HawaiiCon, and more!

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PAN003

PAN003

PAN003 has spent most of its time in the lab helping design some new electronics board that are not only safer but also more reliable. PAN003 hopes to start looking...

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PAN004

PAN004

Located at the ‘Imiloa Astronomy Center of Hawai‘i, Nanea is a demonstration unit designed to get educate and excite visitors about finding exoplanets.

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PAN005

PAN005

Our first beta builder! PAN005, better known as J.J., was the first beta unit built by members of the public. Lots of bumpy roads to getting on sky but luckily...

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PAN006

PAN006

PAN006 was the first public beta unit to get on sky thanks to the hard work of the team leader. Originally housed inside a dome at Wheaton College, PAN006 is...

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PAN007

PAN007

PAN007 is another engineering unit being built by the tireless folks at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory when they’re not busy building Mars rovers. Hoping to get on sky in the...

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PAN008

PAN008

PAN008 was originally built from the PAN001’s old body and was the first unit on sky in the Southern Hemisphere. Just like with PAN001, however, the mount had some tracking...

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PAN009

PAN009

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PAN010

PAN010

PAN010 is being built by a group of (mostly) PhD students at the University of Arizona. Not only are they helping us work through the new electronics, but they are...

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PAN011

PAN011

Cloudy is one of demonstration units that is lucky enough to get to travel along with our Google Cloud partners to help demonstrate how we use the Google Cloud Environment...

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PAN012

PAN012

Not only did PAN012 get built in 10 weeks by two students, but they were also able to obtain to recover a full transit of HD189733 right from this very...

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PAN013

PAN013

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PAN014

PAN014

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PAN015

PAN015

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PAN016

PAN016

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