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Author:  stardust [ Thu, 02-03-17, 16:10 GMT ]
Post subject:  Re: SDSS and Celestia´s galaxies in a Princeton Conformal Pl

I found this interesting:

http://astro.uchicago.edu/cosmus/projec ... ngalaxies/

I have been using their Digital Universe Atlas for years now.

It can be found here.

http://astro.uchicago.edu/cosmus/projec ... ngalaxies/

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Author:  t00fri [ Thu, 02-03-17, 16:27 GMT ]
Post subject:  Re: SDSS and Celestia´s galaxies in a Princeton Conformal Pl

stardust,

yes, the most intriguing aspects of SDSS and WMAP galaxies is their filiamentary structure. These have some basic meaning in Cosmology! It is my plan since long to also make the SDSS galaxy catalog available for celestia.Sci.

Fridger

Author:  stardust [ Thu, 02-03-17, 17:21 GMT ]
Post subject:  Re: SDSS and Celestia´s galaxies in a Princeton Conformal Pl

t00fri wrote:
stardust,

yes, the most intriguing aspects of SDSS and WMAP galaxies is their filiamentary structure. These have some basic meaning in Cosmology! It is my plan since long to also make the SDSS galaxy catalog available for celestia.Sci.

Fridger


Good to know. Looking forward to celestia.Sci.

It takes my system 5 secs to load and render it!

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