Science and Culture: Why “Seeing” Some Scientific Phenomena Entails a Touch of Artistry and a Dash of Interpretation – Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences – article

Science and Culture: Why “Seeing” Some Scientific Phenomena Entails a Touch of Artistry and a Dash of Interpretation Amy McDermott | Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 2019-10-24 The first photograph of a black hole, seen around the world this April, was not a photograph in any conventional sense. Computer algorithms stitched together data …

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