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== Satellite Collisions / Galaxy visualization ==
 
== Satellite Collisions / Galaxy visualization ==
  
I am going to talk about the usage of satellite orbit data to predict possible satellite collisions [https://github.com/HanEmile/SatelliteComputation][https://hanemile.github.io/docs/master.pdf] and the visualization and distortion of galaxies and dark matter in blender using a custom density function [https://github.com/HanEmile/Heidelberg]
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I am going to talk about the usage of satellite orbit data to predict possible satellite collisions[https://github.com/HanEmile/SatelliteComputation][https://hanemile.github.io/docs/master.pdf] and the visualization and distortion of galaxies and dark matter in Blender using a custom density function.[https://github.com/HanEmile/Heidelberg]
  
 
[[User:Hanemile|Hanemile]] ([[User talk:Hanemile|talk]]) 21:30
 
[[User:Hanemile|Hanemile]] ([[User talk:Hanemile|talk]]) 21:30

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Freitagsfoo
wöchentliches öffentliches Treffen
Art Meet-Up
Datum 2017-10-13
Start 18:00
Dauer 8h
Host FIXMEx

Dies ist der Freitagsfoo. Er findet jede Woche statt und alle sind eingeladen. Für eine Übersicht vergangener Abende, schau in die Kategorie Freitagsfoo.


Alle Anwesenden sind eingeladen, kurze Vorträge zu für sie interessanten Themen zu halten. Die Vorträge beginnen meist gegen 21 Uhr; ein einzelner Vortrag sollte nicht länger als 20 Minuten sein.

add your talk here

CrashOverride - understanding the difference between cyber attacks and cyber war

I am going to talk about the Industroyer / CrashOverride - the malware behind the blackouts in the east Europe.

barbieauglend (talk) 21:00

Satellite Collisions / Galaxy visualization

I am going to talk about the usage of satellite orbit data to predict possible satellite collisions[1][2] and the visualization and distortion of galaxies and dark matter in Blender using a custom density function.[3]

Hanemile (talk) 21:30