Monthly Archives: June 2012

eScience – Data Intensive Science

Data-intensive science – a new research paradigm Data-intensive science is now taking a place alongside theoretical science, experimental science, and computational science as a fundamental research paradigm. What is data-intensive science? Data intensive science is now taking a place as … Continue reading

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Interactive Digital Signage

Hello earthlings, This is my second post on all things related to science and technology. I will keep my posts brief so I can keep up and write posts regularly.┬áThis time I will look at interactive digital signage. This is … Continue reading

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Transit of Venus capture 2

Transit of Venus capture

I used my Meade Spotting Telescope and my iPhone to take photos of the projection of the transit of Venus on my clipboard on 6th June. The author, Deaf Dave has a goatee at the moment. Normally he is a squeaky clean guy…

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Transit of Venus capture 1

Transit of Venus capture

I used my iPhone to take photos of the projection of the transit of Venus on my clipboard on 6th June.

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Live feed on 2012 transit of Venus from NASA. 6th June 2012.

http://sunearthday.nasa.gov/webcasts/australia/ This will have a live feed on 2012 transit of Venus from NASA.

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British Deaf Astronomical Association

http://www.bdaa-uk.org/

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Welcome to my new Deaf Science and Nature Australia blog – all about science and nature.

Hello all to Earthlings! This blog is especially for deaf people (Deaf, deaf, hard of hearing and hearing impaired people) who are interested in all things related to science and nature. Of course anyone is welcome to read and post … Continue reading

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