The installation of the CDK20, first robotic telescope at the University of Southern Queensland's Mt. Kent Observatory,
near Toowoomba, Australia, in April 2006. Brad Carter (left), directs the astronomy program at USQ. Rhodes Hart (behind him
on the left) develops and installs instrumentation, maintains the observatories, and operates the telescopes for U of L and USQ.
Carolyn Brown was a doctoral candidate at the time and is now on the astronomy faculty. Drew Foster (kneeling) was the technical coordinator
for our outreach program at the U of L Rauch Planetarium.
Ron Moore (right), then Vice President for U of L Information Technology, established the collaboration between institutions.
Joe Haberman (front right), then of Celestron and now of Planewave Instruments front right, designed and made the C20 optical system.