Part 7: The End Arrives

It has now been twelve weeks since I began this journey and finally, the curtains on this arduous and breathtaking adventure have been begun to fall. This week it will be last week as an official Google Summer of Code and this will be my final post as a student. I can feel the nostalgia gripping me. ...READ MORE...

Hard reformat week

Reformat on poliastro.atmosphere After implementing the COESA62 and COESA76 models in #738 I was not completly happy because of lots of data and coefficients at the beginning of each script. Therefore and after asking Juanlu, it was finally decided to move all those numbers to text files under the * ...READ MORE...

Week 12: astroplanning

What I completed this week: Submitted my synphot tutorials as a pull request to astropy/astropy-tutorials. Just waiting for someone (outside of my GSoC mentors) to review! Moved my synphot work (including the wrapper and signal-to-noise functions) into an experimental folder. I’m still uncertain whe ...READ MORE...

Start to work on PFSS

In this week, I started to move to Potential Field Source Surface (PFSS) models. I am going to make an introduction to these models in this post.PFSS models are aiming to solve the magnetic field satisfying∇ × B = 0, ∇ · B = 0in a spherical region with appropriate boundary conditions. Therefore, thi ...READ MORE...

Week 9-10 at JuliaAstro

List of Milestones achieved Interpolator tweak #6

Multi File Support #21 ccd2rbg function #15 data matrix and WCSTransform tuple type parser #7 Support for RGB #22 Basic UI panel for AstroImages #3

System Message: ERROR/3 (<string>, line 7)

Unexpected indentation.
Interpolator tweak #6 This patch to Reproject.jl was due to some realizations I had upon Mosè ...READ MORE...