Image: courtesy Lucy Grant

Design and code your own digital skyscapes of millions of stars and use real space data to explore techniques– such as match filtering – that are employed by astronomers to identify new stars and find objects in space.

Celebrating this year’s Big Data event Tariq Rashid, author, technologist and code-club organiser, will be running free Space Adventures Code Labs at CAST.

Alongside the code labs, a creative data gathering craft workshop, including a summer-long cumulative data wall, will create an evolving picture of who we are and what makes us tick.

Free drop-in data collect and make workshop, 10am – 4pm: no need to book

To reserve a free place on the morning code lab workshop, 10.30am – 12.30pm, book here

To reserve a free place on the afternoon code lab workshop, 1.30 – 3.30pm, book here

Read about more activities in the Summer Think and Make programme here.

The Summer Think and Make Saturday Special, Big Data – Lost in Space!, is supported by the Institute of Physics as part of their year of Big Data.

Saturday 10 August 2019 10am-4pm:
drop-in data collect
and make workshop

Free code labs:
10.30am - 12.30pm
and 1.30 - 3.30pm
Booking required