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GLORIA

19 Oct 2011, 15:17 UTC
GLORIA
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sounds interesting. Also interesting no US partners. –Ben What is GLORIA? GLORIA stands for “GLObal Robotic-telescopes Intelligent Array”. GLORIA will be the first free and open- access network of robotic telescopes of the world. It will be a Web 2.0 environment where users can do research in astronomy by observing with robotic telescopes, and/or analyzing [...]

sounds interesting.
Also interesting no US partners.
–Ben
What is GLORIA?
GLORIA stands for “GLObal Robotic-telescopes Intelligent Array”. GLORIA will be the first free and open- access network of robotic telescopes of the world. It will be a Web 2.0 environment where users can do research in astronomy by observing with robotic telescopes, and/or analyzing data that other users have acquired with GLORIA, or from other free access databases, like the European Virtual Observatory (http://www.euro-vo.org).
Who can access GLORIA?
The community is the most important part of GLORIA project. Access will be free to everybody who has an Internet connection and a web browser. Therefore it will be open not only to professional astronomers, but also to anyone with an interest in astronomy.
Which services will GLORIA offer?
Many Internet communities have already formed to speed-up scientific research, to collaborate in documenting something, or ...

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