Monthly Archives: May 2015

Videos on Getting Started With Cloud Computing

A number of people have asked if I would post links to videos that provide useful introductions to Cloud Computing. Believe it or not, there are many, many videos on this topic posted on YouTube, and I will post here … Continue reading

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The Palomar Transient Factory: High Quality Realtime Data Processing in a Cost-Constrained Environment

This is the title of a paper by Surace et al. (2015) currently available on astro-ph and presented as a paper at ADASS XXIV in October 2014. The Palomar Transient Factory (PTF) is an example of a cost-constrained project that is … Continue reading

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Montage Mosaics The Pillars of Creation!

I posted this on the Montage blog  the other day. A number of readers suggested that because the images looked spectacular, I should repost on Astronomy Computing Today.  The Pillars of Creation in the Eagle Nebula (M16) remain one of the … Continue reading

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