Hacking Space Exploration + Science

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February 03, 2012

Hacking Space Exploration + Science

45 min. talk given at Interaction12 in Dublin

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Ariel Waldman

February 03, 2012
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  1. Hacking science + space Ariel Waldman

  2. I’m @arielwaldman

  3. ARPANET 1969 NASA

  4. 2 billion 5 hundred

  5. Hacking space observation National Geographic / Getty

  6. != open Trey Ratcliff

  7. None
  8. f***ing teddy bears in space University of Cambridge Department of

    Engineering
  9. doing something changes how you see it Matt Biddulph

  10. disruptively accessible Matt Jones, CC license, flic.kr/p/68q1i9

  11. invisibility cyborgs space travel interstellar stuff Apollo 12

  12. 95% of everything is invisible NASA, ESA, MASSEY

  13. etc. NASA

  14. Timo Arnall, flic.kr/p/6boH4L

  15. dark matter NASA, ESA, MASSEY

  16. Pope Saint Victor

  17. dark energy

  18. 95% of everything is invisible NASA, ESA, MASSEY

  19. 95% of everything is weak interaction design Millenium Simulation

  20. 95% of everything is weak interaction design SCIENCE!

  21. Animal Superpowers by Chris Woebken

  22. superpowers? University of Osnabruck

  23. sense affordances Björk

  24. Randy Buckner, Bruce Rosen, Massachusetts General Hospital

  25. synesthesia Bell Telephone Laboratories

  26. syneseizure Matt Biddulph

  27. Matt Biddulph

  28. None
  29. feeling sight Matt Biddulph

  30. the future of science Matt Biddulph

  31. optical overdose Rhurtubia

  32. spacetime smasher Maximilien Brice, Michael Hoch, Joseph Gobin, CERN

  33. None
  34. CMS / CERN

  35. particle windchime Ariel Waldman

  36. AFP/POOL, Fabrice Coffrini

  37. invisibility cyborgs space travel interstellar stuff Apollo 12

  38. we are all cyborgs Timo Arnall, flic.kr/p/9DGYpD

  39. Javier Ocasio

  40. seismologist lust LukeW

  41. quake canary

  42. invisibility cyborgs space travel interstellar stuff Apollo 12

  43. space tourist Virgin Galactic

  44. =$200,000 usd

  45. local NASA

  46. Disney, Pixar

  47. google lunar x prize Team Italia

  48. Team Arca

  49. Team Jurban

  50. C-BASE Open Moon

  51. 7 years before human-on-Moon contact... NASA

  52. crash landing in 1962 ranger 4 NASA

  53. closer to home European Space Operations Centre

  54. What will you do when space is as cheap and

    accessible as the Web is today? czCube
  55. What will you do when space is as cheap and

    accessible as the Web is today? IFTF
  56. pricey picosatellites Violet Blue

  57. tubesat kit Alex Antunes

  58. orbital experiments Interorbital

  59. John Gordon

  60. homebrew computer club 1975 Apple I

  61. Andrew Gerrand Ariel Waldman

  62. Christie Dudley

  63. 52 years ago Explorer VI, NASA

  64. Stephanie Vacher Paul Mison

  65. invisibility cyborgs space travel interstellar stuff Apollo 12

  66. unprocessed interstellar stuff NASA/ESA/S. Beckwith - STSci. and the HUDF

    Team
  67. 5.2 million users without human interaction Humiksk seti@home

  68. Brian McCarty robots are dumb

  69. galaxy zoo

  70. None
  71. no data monkeys rajeshdc

  72. Sloan Digital Sky Survey and Richard Nowell data access inspires

    investigation forums as a collaboration tool better machine learning green peas
  73. Matt Biddulph exoplanets

  74. 721 / 160 billion blprnt, vimeo.com/19642643

  75. Kepler

  76. None
  77. Planet Hunters

  78. Planet Hunters

  79. NASA/ESA/S. Beckwith - STScI, and The HUDF Team unprocessed interstellar

    stuff
  80. unprocessed internet stellar stuff Xeni Jardin

  81. astrotagging Anton Vakulenko

  82. None
  83. “It also provides a channel for professional and amateur astronomers

    to collaborate, as a world coordinate system makes currently hard-to-access amateur imaging data interoperable with professional projects.” M100, by Filippo Ciferri
  84. None
  85. spacelog.org

  86. open != accessible Matt Ogle

  87. Jessica Spengler

  88. science hack day Gretchen Curtis

  89. Tantek Çelik science hack day Matt Biddulph

  90. Matt Biddulph

  91. David Harris

  92. RadioKate

  93. Matt Biddulph

  94. Ariel Waldman

  95. yay for hack days Jeremy Keith

  96. science hack day .com Tom Coates

  97. & dublin!

  98. Apollo 12

  99. arielwaldman.com spacehack.org thank you.