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A personal tour of the universe


发布日期: 2010-07-14
The dome | 圆顶
圆顶 宇宙的个人之旅
纽约 - 随着2010年的公路之旅的一部分,接受CNET记者丹尼尔特迪曼有机会访问与卡特埃默特,对astrovisualiztion在自然历史博物馆的海登天文馆美国博物馆馆长。埃马尔特谈到科学,和科学界的背后,天文馆的10岁,国家的最先进的圆顶,并显示“西游记星”正在提出有根据的数据集收集研究人员在世界各地。 

NEW YORK--As part of Road Trip 2010, CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman got a chance to visit with Carter Emmert, the director of astrovisualiztion at the American Museum of Natural History's Hayden Planetarium. Emmart talked about the science of, and the scientific community behind, the planetarium's 10-year-old, state-of-the-art dome, and the show "Journey to the Stars" that is being presented there based on data sets collected by researchers the world over.

This is a rare view of the planetarium dome, seen from above.
Six monitors | 六显示器
六显示器 宇宙的个人之旅
The planetarium utilizes six projectors to present its shows inside the dome. Here, these six monitors show the broken up simulated imagery of the birth of the first stars that would be shown inside the planetarium dome.
Inside the dome | 圆顶内的
圆顶内的 宇宙的个人之旅
This low-light image shows the inside of the Hayden Planetarium dome, with all its lights turned off, and only an image of the Earth displaying on the ceiling above.
Empty | 空的
空的 宇宙的个人之旅
The inside of the empty Hayden Planetarium dome.
Carter Emmart | 卡特埃马尔特
卡特埃马尔特 宇宙的个人之旅
Carter Emmart, the director of astrovisualization at the Hayden Planetarium, explains the institution's Digital Universe Atlas project. The project takes viewers on a journey from the Earth and far beyond our solar system and Milky Way galaxy and to the outer reaches of what scientific data has been able to measure.