Category: All Sky Cameras

Black Hole Hunting can be more efficient if it is a global community. Not many doing their own thing

Black Hole Hunters @BlackHoleHunter We’re back! 🎉 We have new data, a (slightly) different name, and more chance than ever of finding the elusive, hidden black holes that we’re looking for. Find out more here https://zooniverse.org/projects/cobalt-lensing/black-hole-hunters/talk/4563/3230866 Replying to @BlackHoleHunter Black Hole Hunting can be more efficient if it is a global community. Not many doing
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Elon Musk giving back the night sky to all humans, especially those in large cities – lossless too, for study

I heard that Elon Musk was going to put high resolution lossless format cameras on all his satellites — pointing at all part of the heavens, to give all humans a live stream of their part of the night sky. Thanks, Elon, for giving back the night sky. Two billion kids say thanks. @X,  Could
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Electromagnetic, ionic, and gravitational effects of earthquakes and earth tides

Anton Petrov: Unexplained Earthquake Light Phenomenon Finally Captured on Camera at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=05NmTEeXvhs Anton, This argues for keeping permanent all-sky (fish eye and other name) cameras to monitor the sky above regions where there are earthquakes, like where the earth is pulling apart. Beside piezoelectric, there are also piezomagnetic materials which will change the electromagnetic fields. The
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Gravity images of the sun below the photosphere, Cameras and Memory Chips as gravitational detectors

Hi Athiray, I was just going to write you. I am reading about soft x-ray camera noise. “Performance characterization of UV science cameras developed for the Chromospheric Lyman-Alpha Spectro-Polarimeter” And now reading “Modeling charge transport in Swept Charge Devices for X-ray spectroscopy” I have been tracking the solar imaging groups for several years, and slowly
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Twitter – space and earth based time of flight correlation imaging arrays

Physical Review D @PhysRevD Jun 23 The space-based detector LISA @LISACommunity will search for gravitational waves using Time Delay Interferometry variables. A new Suggestion shows that different variable choices than are commonly studied can perform better in non-ideal conditions. #EdSugg https://journals.aps.org/prd/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevD.107.123531 Replying to @PhysRevD and @LISACommunity Please also look inside the sun, inside the earth,
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