Over 30 years of solar data have been acquired by the Birmingham Solar Oscillations Network (BiSON), an international network of telescopes used to study oscillations of the Sun.
A scientist has won a national photography competition celebrating the UK’s 1.5 million technicians. Steven Hale from the University of Birmingham has been named overall winner of #TechniciansMakeitHappen.
We are going to build google-drive-ocamlfuse from source, a FUSE (filesystem in userspace) backed by Google Drive written in OCaml by Alessandro Strada. It lets you mount your Google Drive on Linux as a filesystem, a service that Google has yet to make available.
Sunrise above the clouds at Mount Wilson Observatory in California marks First Light on a new automated solar telescope.
The Sun rings like a bell. The central frequency of the sound is far below human hearing, just 0.003 Hz. The sounds you hear as part of this work have been increased in speed by 100,000 times bringing the sound up to 300 Hz and into the range of our hearing.
Professor Andy Schofield, Head of the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences and Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the University of Birmingham, selected the recent “El Sol” art-science installation as one of the “Ten ways Engineering and Physical Sciences helps deliver Christmas” in his seasonal message.
The Birmingham Solar-Oscillations Network (BiSON) has been operating with a full complement of six stations since 1992. Over 20 years later, we look back on the network history.
Luxury crystal glass designers and manufacturers, Swarovski, have collaborated with researchers from the Birmingham Solar Oscillations Network (BiSON) project in the School of Physics and Astronomy to develop a soundscape inspired by the Sun.
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