Category: All Sky Cameras

Cosmic ray shadow of the sun and moon, LIGO Array moon sun tracking

I was just going to say thanks for doing these. But: Have you heard of anyone trying to pick up the sun or moon presence in other networks? Was getting ready to point the older LIGO array of three detectors in the direction of the moon and sun to see if it could pick up “moon”
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Comments on UCAR community registration and purpose, global climate change

I was looking at https://climatedataguide.ucar.edu/climate-data/gpcp-daily-global-precipitation-climatology-project where it says “Become a Registered User”. Courteous, inviting. But click and it says, “Access denied, The page you requested requires that you login.” So it seems to login you have to register, and to register you have to be able to log in. Your cookie banners are not necessary
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Comment on Mars Helicopter Snaps color image – Metric, Documenting, Teaching, Sharing

​You are very thoughtful. Yes, I agree about the usual human practices and methods. Every single one of the tens of thousands of groups I studied in detail on the Internet ended up failing or limiting themselves because of the greed of a few people, or policies that benefited only their group. It is particularly
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LIGO Detector locations and times for solar system correlation studies

Jonah, Thanks, that first link seems to answer my immediate question about reference location and calculating time between sensors.  Thanks for the pointer, I should have been able to easily find such a key piece of the puzzle. https://pycbc.org/pycbc/latest/html/detector.html My son, Ben, set up a Linux server with Python and ran some samples.  I found
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Using the Internet to represent and compress reality without loss

Ben, I read your description and it is clear.  I want the flexibility for myself.  If the environment and tool it rigid, I know that I won’t be able to build the things I want.  That includes (G) gathering and organizing things, (E) exploration and mapping new kinds of things (C) comparison and classification (S)
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