Re-coloring the Universe with Pencil CODE

5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Danbury Library
Technology Center Computer Lab

Event Details

Learn about Color, Astronomy and Coding with a real NASA scientist!

        Workshop taught LIVE stream.

  Using data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and other satellites on exploded stars, star-forming regions, and black holes, you'll learn basic coding. By following the video tutorials, you will see just how integral coding is in the pursuit of learning about our Universe. It's an example of the exciting ways that computer science is both part of routine tasks in our everyday lives and part of the exciting quest to explore the cosmos.

Join Dr. Emma Marcucci, who is an Outreach Scientist who was formerly at the Geophysical Institute University of Alaska Fairbanks who specializes in the area of planetary science, remote sensing, and working with satellite stereo images and data.

 


Event Type(s): Workshop
Age Group(s): Children, Teens
Presenter: Aurelio Muraca
Aurelio Muraca

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