Citizen Scientist – projects

Citizen Scientist – projects

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The latest Citizen Scientist is out, it’s filled with great science news and a couple fun projects – “…a home-brewed panoramic photo of a supercell thunderstorm in northern Illinois on 16 April 2006. This storm produced several wall clouds, but the rear-flank downdraft was too cold to allow a tornado to spin up. This panoramic photo was created using Canon’s PhotoStitch software. This software allows you to interactively choose where the overlap fields in the photo will occur. Then it crops the entire image to allow it to fit in a rectangular frame.”Link.

Other projects include – How to Discover Asteroid Impacts: The Story of the Discovery of Two Impact Craters – Link & False Color Infrared Photography with a Webcam – Link.

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