Community Bonding Period

Hi everyone, my name is Juan, I am a fourth-year physics student at Universidad Complutense de Madrid and I have been selected to work with CTLearn under the Open Astronomy organization for this GSOC edition.First, I would like to give a brief overview of the scientific and technical background of t ...READ MORE...

git… y u do dis

So I’m new to github. And not gonna lie, I feel a little ashamed about it. To me it’s always been one of those things that only the super impressive graduate students know how to use and navigate, but it just never stuck for me. Hence my embarrassingly grey contribution array. Fetching, pushing, pul ...READ MORE...

WCS.jl Package Analysis

Why WCS.jl package After the introduction of package FITSIO.jl for handling FITS files in Julia, another package was required to manage the World Coordinate System(WCS) transformations of a FITS object. The WCS info. is present in the header of one of the HDU(s) of a FITS file. These transformations ...READ MORE...

First meeting and plan of action

Let’s Go Yay!!GSoC 2019: Community Bonding Period — IThis post encapsulates my proceedings with the GSoC project that I have been working on, and a short log on the meeting that I had with my mentors.Community Bonding Period: Getting acquainted with the environmentSo first things first, after gettin ...READ MORE...

Getting selected for GSoC’ 2019

Getting selected for Google Summer of Code-2019This short blog post describes the journey of getting selected for Google Summer of Code, under SunPy organization, for 2019.What is Google Summer of Code?https://medium.com/media/7a66575ef94cdf51b610f8513a9d46ed/hrefAccording to the sources -Google Sum ...READ MORE...

GSoC 2019: Project IRISpy 0.1

GSoC 2019: Project IRISpy 0.1 — The BeginningThe community bonding period of this year’s GSoC is officially under way. The project I am embarking on has to do with adding a new feature to IRISpy, which is a essentially a package that is developed on top of SunPy’s NDCube package, and is written in t ...READ MORE...

Hello, World!

Ah, “Hello World,” the classic opening. Today my mentors and I held Meeting 0, where we introduced ourselves and began sketching our way forward with the development of telescopy. Mainly we brainstormed what to do during the GSoC “Community Bonding Period” and came up with a nice to-do list for me t ...READ MORE...