17 February 2021

Webinar: Enabling the Next Generation of Astronomy with CMOS Sensors

Luke Ellis
Teledyne Imaging

Teledyne ImagingTeledyne Imaging exhibited at the 237th AAS meeting and had many fruitful interactions with attending astronomers. We would like to follow up by inviting all interested researchers to a free webinar introducing some exciting new camera technology, including their new LACera™ technology, developed in-house and optimized for ground-based observational astronomy.

The webinar, "Enabling the Next Generation of Astronomy," will be held on Thursday, 4 March 2021. It'll be offered twice: at 11:00 am CET (10:00 GMT) for astronomers in European time zones, and at 9:00 am PT (12:00 pm ET) for astronomers in American time zones.


  • About the advantages of our new large-format CMOS cameras
  • How low read noise, high sensitivity, and fast frame rate can overcome common camera limitations
  • How technological advancements have reduced sensor artifacts for more reliable data


  • How high signal to noise enables detection of faint objects such as exoplanets
  • The advantages of large-format CMOS sensors for tracking objects in low orbits
  • How low read noise allows for faint reference stars to be used for techniques such as adaptive optics

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Questions? Email me! (I'm based in the UK, so if you reach out to me late in the day US time, I may not be able to get back to you till the next day.)