Milky Way map from Gamma-ray to Radio

October 12, 2009 16:21 by scibuff

Chromoscope was originally created for the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition 09 by Stuart Lowe, Rob Simpson, and Chris North. The main aim of Chromoscope is to provide a nice way to display images at different wavelengths by allowing you to fade between them (use the left/right arrows). A secondary aim is for the majority of the functionality to work without the need for an internet connection; the viewer can run on an offline computer. Only the search function requires an internet connection.

The sky with the Milky Way across the middle and the north pole of the Galaxy towards the top in Gamma-ray, X-ray, H-Alpha, Visible, Far-IR, Microwave and Radio

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