Computers In Astronomy
Yesterday we started using the computers in Astronomy. Aside from some small issues, things whent very well. I would say that…
Computers are used every day in astronomy. Some of the applications – running remote telescopes (you can run some small robotic telescopes in remote locations,
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A Launchpad 2009 lecture by Ruben Gamboa of the University of Wyoming on the subject of Computers in Astronomy.
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The Antikythera mechanism, is an ancient mechanical calculator (also described as the first known mechanical computer) designed to calculate astronomical positions. It was recovered in 190001 from the
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