RESOURCES

In this page I collect links that can be useful for people working in
time-domain astronomy, or for who is curious about what we do.

Gravitational wave follow-up

Transient Astronomy resources

Live status of

observatories 

(hosted by TreasureMap)

 

Live status of

gravitational wave detectors  

(LIGO, Virgo, GEO600, KAGRA)

 

Data access

Educational resources

  • GROWTH Astronomy Schools: lectures and hands-on modules (Jupyter Notebooks)

    • GROWTH Summer School 2020 - online, in progress​

    • GROWTH Summer School 2019 - San Diego, CA, USA: Python Basics; Gravitational Wave Localization and Galaxy Crossmatch; Observing Run Preparation; Data Analysis in X-ray Astronomy; Image Reduction; UV, Optical and IR Photometry; Image Subtraction; Optical and Infrared Spectroscopy; Analysis Methods for Lightcurves of Variable Stars; Asteroids; Radio Analysis; Machine Learning

    • GROWTH Winter School 2018 - Mumbai, India: Python Basics; Gravitational Wave Localization and Galaxy Crossmatch; Observing Run Preparation; Data Analysis in X-ray Astronomy; Image Reduction; UV, Optical and IR Photometry; Image Subtraction; Optical and Infrared Spectroscopy; Analysis Methods for Lightcurves of Variable Stars; Asteroids; Radio Analysis I; Radio Analysis II

  • Astronomical Techniques (in Python) by Prof. Robert Quimby

  • Some excellent slides about optical imaging and photometry

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