Visualization

"glue-ing together the Universe from Galileo to Gaia" (March 2 talk and March 1 demo), at Visual Communication Symposium, Rice University, Houston, TX, Friday, March 1, 2019:

glue screen shotMarch 2 Talk abstract (March 1 demo information is below): Astronomy has long been a field reliant on visualization. First, it was literal visualization—looking at the Sky. Today, though, astronomers are faced with the daunting task of understanding gigantic digital...

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Data

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Astronomy Rewind fast-forwards to reanimate "zombie" astrophotos

October 10, 2018
More than 30,000 celestial images that were all but lost to science are about to find their way back into researchers' hands thanks to the efforts of thousands of citizen scientists. The photographs, radio maps, and other telescopic images were scanned from the pages of dusty old journals for a cosmic reclamation project called Astronomy Rewind. Its goal is to bring these "zombie" images back to life so that astronomers can find them online and compare them with modern electronic data from ground- and space-based telescopes, making possible new studies of short- and long-term changes in the... Read more about Astronomy Rewind fast-forwards to reanimate "zombie" astrophotos
Visualization and the Universe: How and why astronomers, doctors, and you need to work together to understand the world around us, at University of St. Andrews, Scotland, UK, Friday, October 12, 2018:

title slid: Visualization and the Universe: How and why astronomers, doctors, and you need to work together to understand the world around us.Astronomy has long been a field reliant on visualization. First, it was literal visualization—looking at the Sky. Today, though, astronomers are faced with the daunting...

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