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Making iObserve Available on the Web

Making iObserve Available on the Web

Arcsecond.io is a web application developed by Cédric Foellmi (@onekiloparsec) that brings the observing activities of astronomers to the cloud. These activities include observation preparation, night operations, and data management. Arcsecond.io places all of these tools in one integrated place, designed by astronomers, for astronomers.  One of these tools iObserve was featured in a previous blog post; iObserve 1.6.0. submitted to the App Store (Feb 2017)

Cédric recently published an arcsecond.io project update on the AstroBetter (@astrobetter) blog. Make sure you check it out. It's a really fantastic project and a great example of community–focussed development. To keep with the latest developments subscribe to the arcsecond.io monthly newsletter.

Follow arcsecond.io on Twitter (@arcsecond_io) and help shape future development by sharing your thoughts and suggestions.

Also check out...

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https://www.onekilopars.ec/blog/ – The onekilopars.ec blog
https://api.arcsecond.io – Data sources for the REST/API-savvy astronomers
https://github.com/onekiloparsec/arcsecond-public – The GitHub repository for issues, bug reports, and suggestions.

About Cédric 

Cédric Foellmi (@onekiloparsec) is an astrophysicist and senior software engineer. He is the maker of iObserve: a macOS and iOS app, previously featured on Tech Savvy Astro and Astrobetter. Cedric was formerly an astronomer at ESO in Chile, where he met arcsecond.io contributor Éric Depagne, a VLT UVES instrument Fellow. Eric is currently a SALT astronomer at the South African Astronomical Observatory (SAAO).

About Astrobetter

AstroBetter (@astrobetter) is the leading blog and wiki for professional astronomers.

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