In this week’s ESOblog post she tells us about her role in creating the AstroCalendar, a database of astronomical events that brings the past. Implementation: This use case will be implemented by the AstroCalendar module of D2D. AstroCalendar is a project of ESO, for the ESO Supernova Planetarium. Astronomical Calendar for October: Link >>> com/astrocalendar/html#oct. The current month’s.
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A lecturer thinks this is relevant news, flies to the host star, downloads assets and presents them to the audience. I love to try to feed this curiosity and answer questions about whatever they want to know. For a watch of this size, it sits reasonably well on the wrist, though I don’t see this sliding under a cuff under any circumstances. Furthermore, the lecturer is supplied with background information concerning the event, such as the times of key milestones.
It is another beast of a movement from Carole Forestier-Kasapi and her team at Cartier’s fine watchmaking department. The exhibition starts in the Solar System, with the Sun and the planets that we know so well but which are still so fascinating. It is a month subscription and you can also include your children or other people.
At 32mm wide and 8. Just looking at this movement, you can tell it is not like your usual perpetual calendar. The small Data package is marked for download and is displayed on the dome after some seconds. The fully cased watch comes in at 45mm across and Every morning, planetarium presenters around the world will be able to access a menu to select interesting news and fresh datasets — news, sky event data, historical event data and more see the use cases below — and mark the full datasets and metadata up for download for possible inclusion in show segments during the day.
Early live photos and details after the jump. The D2D menu highlights an event about the anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing. Reading the circular mechanism becomes intuitive very quickly.
My role was astrocalendarjum set clear criteria for choosing which events to include and then to put the events into the database. It is clear looking back at the history of science that collaboration is key.
Astronomical Calendar – A.D. 2013
An event could be something interesting happening in the sky tonight or over the next few days. The first is astrlcalendarium planetariums; it has already been incorporated into the Data2Dome project which is a content distribution system used by the majority of planetarium software including Digistar 6 which the ESO Supernova uses.
Astrocalendar – Federation of Astronomical Societies
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Asset is displayed on domes worldwide hours after the event. Send us your comments! Here is the Rotonde de Cartier Astrocalendaire, a perpetual calendar with a flying tourbillon that uses a multi-tier circular display for the perpetual calendar and a mechanism that is almost entirely free from the typical levers and springs.
The perpetual calendar indicators are a bit nontraditional on this watch, with retrograde days at 6 o’clock and date around the perimeter of the dial.
The Price is for each individual required. Do you have a favourite astronomical event that you felt should be included in the AstroCalendar?
Subscribe Contact Site Map. The ESO Supernova takes visitors on a trip through the Universe itself, but possibly more importantly, it also tells the story of human efforts to discover and understand the Universe. Data2Dome allows planetarium presenters to act as astronomical weathermen. Time, date, and month are all set via the crown, while a simple corrector advances the day. The D2D menu highlights the blog article. In addition to allowing the wearer to set the watch in both directions, it greatly improves durability and reduces the risk of breakage.
You can go back in time to the day you were born and any date after that to get a great insight on all the important events which happened in your life. It is quickly discovered by presenters worldwide in the GUI. She’s passionate about astronomy and astrophysics, and her dedication is to share the knowledge and beauty of science with the widest audience possible.
It is always a continuous conversation through history between people who want to find out more about the world. Press Releases — — — — Announcements Stars ESO New on eso. This use case will be implemented by ESO. I am hugely grateful to the rest of the ePOD staff, who were always incredibly kind and helpful, but I would also like to use this opportunity to thank all the volunteers who helped me collect the information and translate all the written content from English to German.
Federation of Astronomical Societies
It happens too fast for a press release to appear, but a blog contains a link to a high-resolution video of the Chelyabinsk event. Send us your comments! Rather than bringing the latest science into the dome 22013 or even minutes after it is published, new data is typically presented days or even weeks thereafter — and often astrocalensarium, as there are so many barriers.
Astronomy is a dynamic discipline, with new press releases, 22013, videos and data being published every day. Meta-feed The Content Providers publishes a meta-feed. The Content Providers publishes a meta-feed. The number of events indicates the number of data items that are already available.
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