Dr Chris North is the Ogden Science Lecturer in Cardiff University's School of Physics and Astronomy. He also holds an STFC Public Engagement Fellowship entitled "The Dawn of Gravitational Wave Astronomy". Chris is also an astronomy researcher by training, focusing most recently on the Herschel Space Observatory.
The Neutral Hydrogen sky is now available on Chromscope. This all came about because Chris Samuel asked whether it could included, and pointed towards an October 2016 press release from the “HI4PI” team. The data that the team made openly available includes a HEALPix map, which makes it straightforward (well, when you’ve done it before) Read more
There’s not been a Chromoscope blog for a while, but we’re back. We’ll add information about Chromocope, some hints and tip about how to use it, and examples of how Chromoscope’s been used “in the wild”… For the unfamiliar, Chromoscope was originally developed by Stuart Lowe, Chris North and Rob Simpson in 2009. The original Read more