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It made possible to start a very intensive observing season, which included a large number of deep-sky objects: the first observing reports started to be published on the Italian magazine “l’Astronomia”.
, when the famous cataclysmic variable WZ Sge erupted, promoting the largest observing campaign ever seen (with the Observatory being the leader). the whole instrumentation was fully upgraded, only keeping the C11 OTA.
To date, the main activity are asteroids and variable stars photometry, the photometric observations of transits by exo-planets (the autor is the co-discoverer of exoplanets XO-2b and XO-3b) and optical and spectroscopic follow-up fi possible supernovae. It was installed on a robotic Vixen New Atlux Mount, which was controlled with its Skysensor 2000PC thanks to a software suite by Software Bisque: the telescope was remotely accessible from any place on the planet via the internet. In Soon after, the 11″ tube was installed on a Paramount ME robotic mount, a giant leap into robotic astronomy; another C11 was hosted on the New Atlux mount.
In the observatory became the Italian station of the Center for Backyard Astrophysics (Columbia University, New York) and of the VSNET Collaboration Team and a new field, destinated to have a great importance in the scientific carrier of the author, was started: the observation of asteroids and comets, especially near-Earth objects (NEOs).
About 20 asteroids were discovered (the first on Feb.
It was the birth of the Virtual Telescope Project, officially started on 20 Aug. Later, a C14 OTA was installed on the Paramount and for three years the staff has been looking for a venerable, prestigious instrument; finally the choice was a Planewave 17″-f/6.8 Corrected Dall-Kirkham Astrograph on another Paramount ME robotic mount.