AAS Visualization Talk featured by Wyatt

January 6, 2014
AAS Visualization Talk featured by Wyatt

Astronomy is a visual science. As soon as Galileo put brush to paper to capture his view of the Moon through a telescope, astronomy conveyed many ideas through illustration and, eventually, photography. In just the last few decades, images from the Hubble Space Telescope have made the observatory famous—and even inspired academic musings about the cultural relevance of Hubble imagery.

Read Article: Visualization in Astronomy—and Beyond, California Academy of Science

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