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  • tclarke2971 by tclarke2971

    this is the best ive had of a non training pic

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  • Budgieye by Budgieye moderator

    #sim training image 😦

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  • Aprajita by Aprajita scientist, admin

    sorry, this is a training image (see label at bottom right of image) #sim

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  • tclarke2971 by tclarke2971

    oh yeah lol.

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  • tclarke2971 by tclarke2971

    have they all been looked at? cos ive looked at over a 1000 images, as fantastic as they are.

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  • mrjackoboy by mrjackoboy

    I have viewed 4500 images ~ not sure how many are in the 'library' for viewing ~ but am enjoying the whole process so far

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  • tclarke2971 by tclarke2971

    yeah me to it's fantastic, to look at images that have never been seen before, potentially.

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  • Budgieye by Budgieye moderator

    Jan 7 2014 by Dr Phil Marshall http://blog.spacewarps.org/2014/01/07/new-year-new-data-hunting-for-lenses-in-the-infrared-with-vics82/

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  • Budgieye by Budgieye moderator

    40,000 images... so a few more to go.

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  • jonkew by jonkew

    how does it answer if you get it right or wrong when the images have never been seen ?

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  • tclarke2971 by tclarke2971

    not many at all after the response from star gazing live, last night.

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  • Budgieye by Budgieye moderator

    the computer selects some galaxies, paints a lens around them, and you have to click on that area, then it says jolly good, or whatever

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  • jonkew by jonkew

    I still don't get how this works

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  • Budgieye by Budgieye moderator

    by using sims, scientists can measure what we are capable of seeing, and what we miss because it is too dim.

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  • dapree by dapree

    not sure about this - the arc is so far from the centre of the image ?

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