[AstroPy] Project Examples

Kelle Cruz kellecruz at gmail.com
Wed Mar 28 10:25:10 EDT 2018

Hi Kenneth,

This tutorial covers some of the topics you mentioned:

I’m a bit confused about what you mean by “wavelength interval mappings”.
Are you talking about spectroscopic data are combining multiple images into
a color image? If it’s the latter, here’s the RGB example:


Hope this helps,

On Wed, Mar 28, 2018 at 10:02 AM Kenneth Adam Miller <
kennethadammiller at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
> I'm a PhD student at Purdue university, and I'm working on some private
> endeavors on my own. I would like to describe them at length to someone who
> might be interested in cooperating or helping.
> I want to automate the process of creating human-usable galaxy and
> astronomy pictures from raw telescope data. I need some python examples
> that allow me to:
>    1. Pull disparate wavelength data from a remote server so that the
>    coordinates and time are coherent
>    2. Process the result into an image of an arbitrary size and precision
>    3. Designate the wavelength interval mappings
> Is there anyone that would be willing to talk to me on the phone shortly?
> I want to communicate my project goals in the hopes that perhaps there are
> some existing software libraries that can be shared or explained at length
> or a mailing list. I've crawled the webpages for information, although some
> of what I've asked might be there, I think the contact would always be
> helpful in the least.
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