Digitized Astronomy

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email:
kscott@prism.nmt.edu
phone:
Office: +1.505.835.5104
postal:
Digitized Astronomy
c/o Physics Department C/S
Socorro, NM 87801

Digitized Astronomy was founded in the mid 1960's on the concept that many repetitive astronomical observing programs, including supernova searches, could be computer automated. (Pearce, 1988)

The original purpose of the project was to automaticly search the skys for supernovae. It will soon also be able to process astronomical requests from individuals and institutions accross the state via the Internet.


Other places of stuff...
  • Views Of The Solar System Calvin J. Hamilton, Los Alamos National Laboratory
  • Early Scientific Instruments Museum of Physics Department
  • Physics E-Print Archives Paul Ginsparg, Los Alamos National Laboratory
    K. Scott Rowe - kscott@prism.nmt.edu