We have started ordering the components of the Evryscope-North! The telescope will be based at the Mount Laguna Observatory (MLO). The Evryscope-North is funded by a collaboration of San Diego State University (SDSU), UNC-Chapel Hill and the Research Corporation Scialog program.
Together with Evryscope-South, Evryscope-North will provide all-sky monitoring of essentially every object brighter than 16th magnitude. The new telescope is largely identical to the first Evryscope, but will additionally offer multi-color capabilities allowing us to swap observing bands each night — either matching the Evryscope-South or complementing it with another color. The two Evryscopes overlap in field of view, allowing truly-simultaneous multi-site multi-color observations over thousands of square degrees.
We expect to deploy the Evryscope-North at MLO in the summer of this year.