Archival data is still impacting modern astronomy, and we need new ways to process it

Tom Allen
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Automation and increasing compute power are needed to handle the growing pool of astronomical data

Eileen Meyer, an assistant professor of physics at the University of Maryland, believes that big data is transforming our knowledge of space. Writing for Smithsonian, Meyer describes how thousan...

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