How We Made Spaceprob.es

How We Made Spaceprob.es

Talk for .Astronomy 7, Sydney, AU #dotastro @dotAstronomy

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Lisa Ballard

November 28, 2015
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    --- layout: post title: Hello World! category: Meta -- Hello

    World! This is just a sample post. Space, the final frontier. These are the voyages of the Starship Enterprise. Its five-year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no one has gone before. When I orbited the Earth in a spaceship, I saw for the first time how beautiful our planet is. Mankind, let us preserve and increase this beauty, and not destroy it! The path of a cosmonaut is not an easy, triumphant march to glory. You have to get to know the meaning not just of joy but also of grief, before being allowed in the spacecraft cabin. Across the sea of space, the stars are other suns.
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    --- layout: post title: Hello World! category: Meta -- Hello

    World! This is just a sample post. Space, the final frontier. These are the voyages of the Starship Enterprise. Its five-year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no one has gone before. When I orbited the Earth in a spaceship, I saw for the first time how beautiful our planet is. Mankind, let us preserve and increase this beauty, and not destroy it! The path of a cosmonaut is not an easy, triumphant march to glory. You have to get to know the meaning not just of joy but also of grief, before being allowed in the spacecraft cabin. Across the sea of space, the stars are other suns.
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    --- layout: probe title: Voyager 2 color: '#ff6e48' attract: voyager2_imageheader.jpg

    image: voyager2.svg dsn_name: VGR2 launch_date: August 20, 1977 primary_target: the outer solar system arrival_date: July 9, 1979 instruments: - cameras - cosmic dust analyzer - golden record - magnetometer - radar - radio receiver - radio transmitter - spectrograph - spectrometers teams: - <a href = "http://voyager.jpl.nasa.gov/">NASA / JPL</a> links: - the <a href="http://voyager.gsfc.nasa.gov/heliopause/data.html">data</a> from the cosmic ray detector on Voyager 1 and 2 - a <a href="http://web.mit.edu/lilybui/www/">playlist</a> of the music, sounds and greetings on the Voyager Golden Record caption: >
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    --- layout: probe title: Voyager 2 color: '#ff6e48' attract: voyager2_imageheader.jpg

    image: voyager2.svg dsn_name: VGR2 launch_date: August 20, 1977 primary_target: the outer solar system arrival_date: July 9, 1979 instruments: - cameras - cosmic dust analyzer - golden record - magnetometer - radar - radio receiver - radio transmitter - spectrograph - spectrometers teams: - <a href = "http://voyager.jpl.nasa.gov/">NASA / JPL</a> links: - the <a href="http://voyager.gsfc.nasa.gov/heliopause/data.html">data</a> from the cosmic ray detector on Voyager 1 and 2 - a <a href="http://web.mit.edu/lilybui/www/">playlist</a> of the music, sounds and greetings on the Voyager Golden Record caption: >
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    --- layout: probe title: Voyager 2 color: '#ff6e48' attract: voyager2_imageheader.jpg

    image: voyager2.svg dsn_name: VGR2 launch_date: August 20, 1977 primary_target: the outer solar system arrival_date: July 9, 1979 instruments: - cameras - cosmic dust analyzer - golden record - magnetometer - radar - radio receiver - radio transmitter - spectrograph - spectrometers teams: - <a href = "http://voyager.jpl.nasa.gov/">NASA / JPL</a> links: - the <a href="http://voyager.gsfc.nasa.gov/heliopause/data.html">data</a> from the cosmic ray detector on Voyager 1 and 2 - a <a href="http://web.mit.edu/lilybui/www/">playlist</a> of the music, sounds and greetings on the Voyager Golden Record caption: >
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    --- layout: probe title: Voyager 2 color: '#ff6e48' attract: voyager2_imageheader.jpg

    image: voyager2.svg dsn_name: VGR2 launch_date: August 20, 1977 primary_target: the outer solar system arrival_date: July 9, 1979 instruments: - cameras - cosmic dust analyzer - golden record - magnetometer - radar - radio receiver - radio transmitter - spectrograph - spectrometers teams: - <a href = "http://voyager.jpl.nasa.gov/">NASA / JPL</a> links: - the <a href="http://voyager.gsfc.nasa.gov/heliopause/data.html">data</a> from the cosmic ray detector on Voyager 1 and 2 - a <a href="http://web.mit.edu/lilybui/www/">playlist</a> of the music, sounds and greetings on the Voyager Golden Record caption: >
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    --- layout: probe title: Voyager 2 color: '#ff6e48' attract: voyager2_imageheader.jpg

    image: voyager2.svg dsn_name: VGR2 launch_date: August 20, 1977 primary_target: the outer solar system arrival_date: July 9, 1979 instruments: - cameras - cosmic dust analyzer - golden record - magnetometer - radar - radio receiver - radio transmitter - spectrograph - spectrometers teams: - <a href = "http://voyager.jpl.nasa.gov/">NASA / JPL</a> links: - the <a href="http://voyager.gsfc.nasa.gov/heliopause/data.html">data</a> from the cosmic ray detector on Voyager 1 and 2 - a <a href="http://web.mit.edu/lilybui/www/">playlist</a> of the music, sounds and greetings on the Voyager Golden Record caption: >
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    --- layout: probe title: Voyager 2 color: '#ff6e48' attract: voyager2_imageheader.jpg

    image: voyager2.svg dsn_name: VGR2 launch_date: August 20, 1977 primary_target: the outer solar system arrival_date: July 9, 1979 instruments: - cameras - cosmic dust analyzer - golden record - magnetometer - radar - radio receiver - radio transmitter - spectrograph - spectrometers teams: - <a href = "http://voyager.jpl.nasa.gov/">NASA / JPL</a> links: - the <a href="http://voyager.gsfc.nasa.gov/heliopause/data.html">data</a> from the cosmic ray detector on Voyager 1 and 2 - a <a href="http://web.mit.edu/lilybui/www/">playlist</a> of the music, sounds and greetings on the Voyager Golden Record caption: >
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    Space Probe Distance API Built with Flask, Redis Deployed to

    Heroku Scrapes DSN Now xml feed every 10 minutes stores to redis object
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    PyEphem provides basic astronomical computations for the Python programming language.

    Given a date and location on the Earth’s surface, it can compute the positions of the Sun and Moon, of the planets and their moons, and of any asteroids, comets, or earth satellites whose orbital elements the user can provide.
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