GAVO at AG-Tagung Stuttgart

[towel with astro photo]
Our puzzler prize this year: a Photo of the seahorse in the LMC, taken during Hubble’s 100000th orbit around the earth, on a fluffy towel.

It’s time again for the meeting of the Astronomische Gesellschaft (as 2017 in Göttingen; last year we had the IAU general assembly instead). We’re there with a booth (right next to the exhibition on 100 years of IAU) and a splinter meeting, at which I’ll have a sales pitch for cross-server uploads.

And, of course, there’s a puzzler again: you could win a beautiful towel if you solve a little VO-related problem. This year’s puzzler is about where in the sky you’ll see “nebulae” (in the classic sense defined by NGC) batched together most closely. If you’ve been following this blog for a while, it shouldn’t be too hard, but to participate you’d have to find someone in Stuttgart to hand in your solution.

If you are in Stuttgart: As usual, we’ll be giving hints during the coffee breaks on Tuesday and Wednesday. So, be sure to visit our booth.