Monthly Archives: September 2018

The Angularsizeorator

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One from the archives, sort of. At least, something that was born back in 2015, at the the “hack day” of the National Astronomy Meeting in Llandudno. These are sessions where people work in groups (loosely) to throw together something to do with astronomy (it’s a pretty broad field). It can be software, hardware or, really, anything. There’s often a lot of coding going on to make software tools/websites, but sometimes things are more simple. Now and again, the “hacks” mature into full-blown projects, and such “hack days” or “maker days” (they go by various names) are a staple of many science conferences. Continue reading