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The Evryscope (“wide-seer”) is an array of telescopes pointed at every part of the accessible sky simultaneously and continuously, together forming a gigapixel-scale telescope monitoring an overlapping 8,000 square degree field every 2 minutes. Funded by NSF/ATI, NSF/CAREER, NSF/AAG, and operating in Chile since 2016 and California since 2019, the two Evryscopes together give two-minute-cadence coverage of over 16,000 square degrees. FInterested in collaboration to use Evryscope data? Please contact Nick Law (nmlaw-at-physics-dot-unc-dot-edu).