‘Terapixel’ project lets users explore the cosmos from a PC
By Jeff Festa
July 14th, 2010
In a project that aims to pull a new generation of students toward science and technology, Microsoft and NASA have teamed up to create what they say is the largest seamless, spherical map ever made of the night sky, as well as a true-color, high-resolution map of Mars that users can explore on their computers in 3D. The mission, Microsoft and NASA say, is to inspire today's students and spark interest in the STEM fields, and it appears to be
working: In studying photos of Mars...
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