El Proyecto Recover usa vehículos autónomos submarinos para identificar, acceder, y captar imágenes de sitios difíciles de alcanzar con restos de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, cerca de las Islas Marianas del Norte.
A pandemic project analyzing a trove of infrared images revealed an unexplained phenomenon taking place in Neptune’s atmosphere.
Project Recover used autonomous underwater vehicles to identify, access, and image hard-to-reach World War II wreckage sites near the Northern Mariana Islands.
Variational autoencoders can be leveraged to provide an effective method of inversion that is both accurate and computationally efficient.
Stunning images of the center of the Milky Way showcase technology and techniques that may be a starting point for more discoveries.
A new book describes muography, an imaging technique that can be used to visualize the internal density composition of geological structures.
Machine learning can be used to accurately reconstruct high-resolution, 3D images of rocks from 2D cross-sections, which opens the door to more detailed simulations.
Researchers turned to crowdsourced science to identify patterns in coronal mass ejections.
Heliospheric imaging data can be used in ensemble modeling of CME arrival time at Earth to improve space weather forecasts, treating the solar wind as a 1-D incompressible hydrodynamic flow.
In the most detailed and highest-resolution black hole simulation to date, an international team of researchers showed the Bardeen-Petterson effect for the first time.