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3 Aug 2019
03:41:57@slack_pyastro_ULS7SSGFJ:openastronomy.orgJohn Parejko
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#science
Isn’t that a quintessential hack day project though?
03:44:24@slack_pyastro_UA7R7FULA:openastronomy.orgkelle Such a great conference! Pls keep up the momentum by coming to this Kavli sponsored workshop in Nov in Boston: https://petabytestoscience.github.io/workshop-iii
13:38:23@slack_pyastro_UA7JFS9UY:openastronomy.orgpllim And continue the conversation over at http://joinslack.astropy.org/ πŸ™‚ πŸ‘‹
13:39:28@cadair:cadair.comCadairand / or +astropy:openastronomy.org πŸ˜‰
13:40:35@cadair:cadair.comCadair
In reply to @cadair:cadair.com
and / or +astropy:openastronomy.org πŸ˜‰
At some point in the nearish future I will be upgrading the astropy bridge to use a version of the pyastro bot.
4 Aug 2019
15:00:53@cadair:cadair.comCadair ionick Was it you I was talking to about auto-converting some FITS WCSes to gWCS? This https://github.com/perrygreenfield/fits2gwcs/blob/master/fits2gwcs.py is the script Perry wrote.
20:18:59@wtbarnes:matrix.orgwtbarnes Cadair: That was me
20:20:14@cadair:cadair.comCadairAh
5 Aug 2019
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6 Aug 2019
00:08:53@slack_pyastro_ULT4W0NCF:openastronomy.org1313e Btw, where is the conference photo (and other photos)?
06:33:30@SolarDrew:matrix.orgSolarDrewI think the only person I saw taking photos was Stuart, and I expect he hasn't had time to upload them yet. I haven't heard anything about the conference photo, I assume it'll be passed along to Erik or Nick, but I'll check that with them.
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7 Aug 2019
14:52:57@slack_pyastro_UA7RV84JF:openastronomy.orgSimonIMG_20190801_233829_821.jpg
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14:52:57@slack_pyastro_UA7RV84JF:openastronomy.orgSimon I got a picture of the dark matter squirrel
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15:05:06@slack_pyastro_ULUUW0XMK:openastronomy.orgDick Shawblack-squirrel-bar1.jpg
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15:05:06@slack_pyastro_ULUUW0XMK:openastronomy.orgDick Shaw No, this is a dark-matter squirrel:
15:07:54@Alex_Ian_Hamilton:matrix.orgAlex_Ian_HamiltonShowing an impressive ability to sit atop normal matter despite no EM interactions! :D
15:10:33@slack_pyastro_UA7RV84JF:openastronomy.orgSimon then I must admit I was wrong, mine had an extremely low content of dark matter only
15:24:02@Alex_Ian_Hamilton:matrix.orgAlex_Ian_Hamilton I was ironically meaning the darker example, I mean yours could be casually floating and just happen to look like it's on a random branch, the other looks positioned exactly on the ground, random chance? I think not!!!
And further, has a shadow!!! :D
13 Aug 2019
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14 Aug 2019
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19 Aug 2019
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24 Aug 2019
09:18:40@cadair:cadair.comCadairI finally uploaded the few decent photos I took: https://photos.app.goo.gl/3MxbmSkSwYLgimW89
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26 Aug 2019
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27 Aug 2019
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31 Aug 2019
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