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Calling All Amateur Astronomers: Help Comb Arecibo Data for Gems - Universe Today
[/caption] Einstein@Home is one of the world’s largest public computing projects, with more than 200,000 people donating time on their own computers to mine gravitational wave data for the tell-tale signs of pulsars. Now, Einstein@Home will begin searching Arecibo radio data to find binary systems consisting of the most extreme objects in the universe: a spinning neutron star orbiting another … Continue reading "Calling All Amateur Astronomers: Help Comb Arecibo Data for Gems"