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New feature - zoomable images and astro photo survey

In this section we will inform you about latest changes made on our site.

New feature - zoomable images and astro photo survey

Postby admin » Wed Jul 11, 2007 1:48 pm

We're currently working on ability to show uploaded astro photo images in the SKY-MAP browser interface. Some work has been done already. You can now preview image in the SKY-MAP and even combine multiple images in a single view. To activate the feature use img_source parameter. For example to see Horsehead nebula with highest resolution from Hubble follow this link: http://sky-map.org/?img_source=IMG_553&zoom=12&ra=5.683&de=-2.453
where <b>553</b> is <i>img_id</i> that you can find in our astro photo collection.

To combine multiple images use multiple img_id's separated by colon ( : ), For example to see same Horsehead nebula using several images with different resolution follow this link: http://sky-map.org/?img_source=IMG_553:552:489:352:518&zoom=6&ra=5.683&de=-2.453

Here's example with M45 (Pleiades) images:
http://sky-map.org/?img_source=IMG_550:549:129:501:511:1:548:328&zoom=7&ra=3.772&de=23.948
Last edited by admin on Wed Jul 18, 2007 11:44 am, edited 1 time in total.
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new build for astrophpoto

Postby admin » Mon Jul 16, 2007 4:07 pm

New build for astrophoto put on server6. There're a lot of changes related to matching astro images on sky-map plane. New feature allows to show all images at once, prioritizing by resolution (images with higher resolution will be on top)

Take a look on Hubble's Ultra Deep Field (UDF):

http://sky-map.org/?img_source=IMG_all& ... _borders=0

Still a lot of things to do. Performance (image generating and loading speed) is a biggest issue for now.
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Postby admin » Thu Aug 23, 2007 10:20 am

Just to update the post:

Astro Imaging survey released and available to switch from drop-down menu on DSS button. Or here's the couple of quick link:
Horsehead Nebula:
http://sky-map.org/?img_source=IMG_all&zoom=8&img_borders=1&ra=5.68&de=-2.5
Hubble's Ultradeep Field (UDF) with 10,000 galaxies matched:
http://sky-map.org/?img_source=IMG_all&zoom=13&ra=3.54417&de=-27.7914
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Re: New feature - zoomable images and astro photo survey

Postby DMJY510 » Wed Jun 22, 2011 1:57 am

I have to admit it's quite annoying when 3 of those are in your face. Kinda hard to aim when your screen is full of blinking red dots. And in a dark map like that, you're a pretty easy target for snipers when your head is covered with those
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