Category: All Sky Cameras

Image handling on the Internet, Pixels around a star

Thanks for the links. I spent the last few days going over the NexGen Level 3 Weather radar system. I downloaded many example datasets and tried to review and organize all the parts of it. Looking to see how to integrated radar, satellite, SDR (electromagnetic networks of many sorts), GPS and other sensor networks and
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Notes from Weather.gov survey questions.

Internet Research – global sensor networks and sharing Looking for data to correlate with other sensor networks Your left bars are rich in links. But you are using almost a different style of navigation on every page, certainly every section. With about 3 Million entry points for site:weather.gov that is a lot of hand building
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Low frequency variations of high frequency signals

I have been looking at the general situation of tracking and studying slow variations of fast signals.  If you have a star, its main signal is likely electromagnetic or gravitational.  You track its “colors” with an FFT or spectrometer, and perhaps its slow variations up to decades of years or longer. (“pulsar” OR “pulsars”) “MHz”
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Notes about PixInsight on Houston Astonomical Society Facebook closed group

I have not used PixInsight, but read what they are doing at https://pixinsight.com/. The commercial license is 230 Euros (about $275). They have free versions, but not sure what limitations, if any. All their image processing workshops listed are from 2017. There are software tutorials by their “PTeam” members at https://pixinsight.com/tutorials/index.html I do not know how many
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Gravitational, Magnetic and Electric Field Changes from Global Climate Change

I wrote yesterday about magnetism and gravity and temperature at gravimeter and related sensor array detector sites.  I give averages over all frequencies, but the fine details can be tracked across all frequencies from picoHertz to ZettaHertz. Relation between gravity, magnetism and temperature at the earths surface at /?p=1893 Today I realized that if global
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Question for Houston Astronomical Society and anyone else on the Internet

https://www.facebook.com/groups/AstronomyHouston Can you suggest a program to take two images from different cameras, combine and compare them? I am too tired to write more programs. Just wanted to look at some pictures I found on the web and see how the fit together. They are the same part of the sky, but different rotations, different
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Comment on my video Windows USB GPS Device Based on UBlox Chip and UCenter Software

Windows USB GPS Device Based on UBlox Chip and UCenter Software https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJZHVKGrl6Y @Ali Zitouna Hamed, I am not sure what you mean by “base ntrip”. I made this long ago and have not used UBlox lately. Since then i have been working on software defined radios, electromagnetic interference, gravitational wave detection, imaging arrays for gravitational
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Comment on FIRST STUDY OF USING GRAVITATIONAL SIGNAL GENERATOR FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF THE GRAVITY SPEED

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/329838665_FIRST_STUDY_OF_USING_GRAVITATIONAL_SIGNAL_GENERATOR_FOR_THE_MEASUREMENT_OF_THE_GRAVITY_SPEED/comments The gravitational potential and the magnetic potential overlap. They are part of the same potential, but they have different spatial frequencies. In a simple picture they are made of particles of different sizes, mixed to make one potential field. The energy density of the gravitational fields is much larger than the corresponding magnetic field.
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