CYBERSKA

 A Cyberinfrastructure platform to meet the needs of data intensive radio astronomy on route to the SKA

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    Server-side Data Visualization

    Last updated 2529 days ago by Arne Grimstrup
    A Web-based Tool for Remote Visualization of Large Multi-dimensional Radio Astronomy Data Sets The visualization tool provides users the ability to interactively explore large multi-dimensional radio astronomy data sets directly in the browser,...
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    SKA 2011

    Last updated 2702 days ago by Russ Taylor
     SKA2011 Presentations in pdf form can be found on the links below.   SKA Science and Frontiers of Astronomy in the Era of Massive Data Sets: The Promise and Challenge SKA 2011 Public Forum Engineering and Industry Opportunities in...
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    Public information

    Last updated 3003 days ago by Rafal Klodzinski
    Links Description of pulsars. Dunc and Maura’s program at WVU ARCC program at UTB and UMW.
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    Portal Help

    Last updated 1602 days ago by Roger Curry
    To make interacting with the portal a bit easier, we are writing a series of short guides.  This is a work in progress.  More topics will be covered in due course. Note that text highlighted in green indicate a hyperlink to another...
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    Documents and Presentations

    Last updated 2309 days ago by Russ Taylor
    GALFACTS Project Meetings January 2007 GALFACTS/POSSUM Meeting, August 2010 GALFACTS Reports GALFACTS Annual Report to NAIC 2010 GALFACTS Annual Report to NAIC 2009 Skeptical review panel response 2007 GALFACTS Annual Report to NAIC...
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    Observations and Observing

    Last updated 1685 days ago by Russ Taylor Comments (2)
    To cover the entire sky visible from Arecibo will require 12 GALFACTS runs, consisting of 8 main regions north and south of the Zenith and four smaller regions at the Zenith. Each run occupies slightly more than 6 hours of right ascension (including...
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    CyberSKA CANARIE NEP History (2010-2011)

    Last updated 1098 days ago by David Aikema
    Canadian funding for CyberSKA is provided by CANARIE as part of their Network Enabled Platforms (NEP-2) program. This page will be used to keep track of the progress of the project. Note that some links on this page have restricted...
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    About

    Last updated 1043 days ago by David Aikema
    Artists impression of the core of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA). Image courtesy of SPDO / Swinburne Astronomy Productions Expanded Very Large Array (EVLA), New Mexico. Image courtesy of NRAO/AUI. Arecibo Observatory, Puerto Rico. Image courtesy...