ALPS
ALPS

ALPS - sky monitoring stations

Stations

About ALPS

ALPS (All-sky Light Pollution Survey) project's main goal is to monitor light pollution through taking pictures of night sky and measuring it's brightness. These observations are made using automated stations located in places with diversified light pollution level. With that, it is possible to show how much light pollution is affecting the night sky

Team

Sylwek

Supervisor of the ALPS project from the Astronomical Institute of the University of Wrocław. Coordinator of infrastructure and project organization.

dr Sylwester Kołomański

Project head

Piotr

Student Astronomii na Uniwersytecie Wrocławskim. Interesuje się kosmologią i filozofią nauki. W projekcie ALPS zajmuje się testowaniem i rozwijaniem oprogramowania.

Piotr Łojko

Hardware / Software

Adam

Professionally, a developer of web applications and games. Popularizer of astronomy by passion. Co-creator of the website and camera software in the ALPS project.

mgr inż. Adam Wiernasz

Software

Krzysiek

PhD student at the Astronomical Institute of the University of Wrocław. He is passionate about landscape astrophotography and popularizes astronomy. Co-creator of the ALPS website.

mgr Krzysztof Kotysz

Software

Przemek

PhD student in astrophysics at the University of Wrocław. Professionally, he is interested in the pulsations of stars, while passionately he plays the guitar and popularizes astronomy. A keen observer, and in the ALPS project he deals with the scientific description of measurement results.

mgr Przemysław Mikołajczyk

Hardware / Software

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Partners

UWr
UMK
Polaris OPP
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