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JupyterDays Day 1!

Welcome to Jupyter Days Boston 2016 Day 1! This post will cover the highlights of the first day of the meeting. The event is taking place at the Harvard Law School and is organized by Project Jupyter, O”Reilly Media, and the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Library. Follow along on Twitter #JupyterDays. The day started…

Librarians in Space!

As an astronomy library, we like to press to the edges of modern librarianship to explore strange new technology, to seek out new services and new innovations, to boldly go where (almost) no library has gone before… space, the final frontier. In order to make this dream a reality, we…

Exploring Technology

The Wolbach Library is committed to providing tools for developing software and creating mock-ups of new inventions. We don’t just have laptops available for lending; we focus on current devices such as virtual reality headsets, electronics kits, and a spherical camera. Over the last few years, we have invested in…

Visual Astronomy Display: March 2016

Visual Astronomy Display for March 2016 Highlights… SciShowSpace explores and explains the volcanic moon of Jupiter, Io; Over time black holes evaporate Hawking Radiation and eventually die…but how does this happen? Physics Girl explains; This week, Phil Plait gives us a crash courses on the Oort cloud and meteors; Deep…

CfA Bibliography for February 2016

Refereed articles published by CfA authors in February 2016 (View this list in ADS Bumblebee to filter, analyze, view, export, and sort)

Visual Astronomy Display: February 2016

Visual Astronomy Display for February 2016 Highlights… Have you ever wondered how close can you get the Sun? Well, SciShowSpace has the answer!; The Royal Observatory Greenwich asks: Are there aliens?; Were you curious about how the astronauts were able to grow lettuce on the International Space Station? Science@NASA explains…

CfA Bibliography for January 2016

Refereed articles published by CfA authors in January 2016 (View this list in ADS Bumblebee to filter, analyze, view, export, and sort)

Visual Astronomy Display: January 2016

Visual Astronomy Display for January 2016 Highlights… NASA’s Marshall Center reviews the accomplishments of 2015 that will help make deep space exploration, and a journey to Mars, possible in the future; Lenore Rasmussen is developing synthetic muscles, materials that can expand, contract, flex, and stretch in any direction. Eventually it…

CfA Bibliography for December 2015

Refereed articles published by CfA authors in December 2015 (View this list in ADS Bumblebee to filter, analyze, view, export, and sort)

Visual Astronomy Display: December 2015

Visual Astronomy Display for December 2015 Highlights… The European Space Agency explains the difference between meteors, meteorites, asteroids, and comets; XKCD explains how to go to space in a video using only the 1000 most common words in the English language; NASA’s Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope have discovered the first…