Einstein@Home uses your computer's idle time to search for weak astrophysical signals from spinning neutron stars (also called pulsars) using data from the LIGO gravitational-wave detectors, the Arecibo radio telescope, and the Fermi gamma-ray satellite. Einstein@Home volunteers have already discovered more than a dozen new neutron stars, and we hope to find many more in the future. If you want to participate, please follow the "Join Team FreeBSD" instructions below. It takes just a minute or two to sign up, and little or no maintenance to keep Einstein@Home running. Einstein@Home is available for Windows, Linux and Macintosh OS X computers, and Android devices.
|EINSTEIN@HOME Links||EINSTEIN@HOME - FreeBSD|
EINSTEIN@HOME APS Page
EINSTEIN@HOME Server Status
EINSTEIN@HOME in the News
EINSTEIN@HOME Message Boards
The FreeBSD Project [Foundation]
EINSTEIN@HOME Beta Testing
BOINC - FreeBSD Ports
BOINC - FreeBSD Install
|EINSTEIN@HOME Data Sources|
EINSTEIN@HOME Final S3 Results
EINSTEIN@HOME S4 Analysis
EINSTEIN@HOME Report on the first S5 Analysis
EINSTEIN@HOME Arecibo Binary Radio Pulsar (Re-)Detections
EINSTEIN@HOME Arecibo Mock Spectrometer Pulsar Search [ALFA]
EINSTEIN@HOME Parkes Multibeam Survey Data
EINSTEIN@HOME Gamma-Ray Pulsar Discoveries
|EINSTEIN@HOME - Team FreeBSD|
Join Team FreeBSD and participate in the EINSTEIN@HOME project. To participate in the EINSTEIN@HOME project first download and install BOINC from here. Next, run BOINC, attach to the project Einstein@home (http://einstein.phys.uwm.edu/) and enter an email address and password. This will create your account. Registration is closed to other methods such as website account creation. To Join the FreeBSD team head on over to our team page FreeBSD, login, then click on 'Join this team'. Keep your boxes blazed!Team FreeBSD Stats @ http://einstein.phys.uwm.edu/ [message board]
Team FreeBSD Stats @ http://boincstats.com/ [users] [movement]
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Einstein@Home will be re-launching their website with a modern content management system. This means that many links on the FreeBSD team page (this website) will break and may return a 404 if they are not redirected.
The Einstein@Home website developers/maintainers will likely make additional changes to resources after the initial migration to Drupal including the BOINC related pages and layout. I will try to keep up with the changes of locations on this site but it may take time.
I believe this will help the Einstein@Home project in a whole. More visitors will be attracted to the information related to the project and should also have a more pleasant experience with the process of getting involved.
This is their release plan:
Please be aware that the UWM Einstein@Home website will not be available during the first week of August and possibly longer depending on the state of the website migration.
Henry Reich from the YouTube channel minutephysics has released a new video about gravitational wave basics. It explains how gravitational waves are generated, why we need very, very sensitive detectors like the Advanced LIGO instruments and how everybody can help searching for gravitational waves. You guessed it: by running Einstein@Home. - New minutephysics video about gravitational waves and Einstein@Home
Welcome to our team Frankenbox, you are among friends! Keep your boxes blazed!
Welcome to our team Kevin, you are among friends! Keep your boxes blazed!
''It would be possible to describe everything scientifically, but it would make no sense; it would be without meaning, as if you described a Beethoven symphony as a variation of wave pressure'' -- Albert Einstein
My name is Andy Wright - the founder, but really the creator of Team FreeBSD. If you want me to add any links, or have any questions or inclinations for such things related to our group (or to just say hi) - send me an e-mail: email@example.com or irc://firstname.lastname@example.org
Space.com RSS Feed
07/28/2016 05:17 AM
Mysterious Baby Star Throws a Tantrum... Alone
Stars usually form in dense stellar nurseries with many other stars for company, but a baby star has been found by itself, erupting in a void with no siblings in sight.
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Science Daily RSS Feed
07/28/2016 01:35 PM
Mulching plus remediation corrects contaminated lawns
A study compared the effectiveness of combining mulching with remediation for reseeding lawns damaged by diesel and hydraulic fluid spills. Reseeding perennial ryegrass and mulching with peat pellets after remediation with either humic amendment or activated charcoal resulted in acceptable turf quality six weeks after fluid spills. The method was determined effective and recommended for use with other cool-season turfgrasses.
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Avoiding stumbles, from spacewalks to sidewalks
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EINSTEIN@HOME RSS Feed
Please note that during the first week of August the project's website will be shut down as we need to migrate all the existing community content in a coherent way. We try to keep the project itself running such that workunit distribution shouldn't be affected.
The Einstein@Home Team
07/08/2016 04:51 AM
New minutephysics video about gravitational waves and Einstein@Home
Henry Reich from the YouTube channel minutephysics has released a new video about gravitational wave basics. It explains how gravitational waves are generated, why we need very, very sensitive detectors like the Advanced LIGO instruments and how everybody can help searching for gravitational waves. You guessed it: by running Einstein@Home.
Watch, enjoy, and share the video available here on YouTube. We are looking forward to your feedback and discussions here in our message boards.
Benjamin for the entire Einstein@Home team
P.S.: Full disclosure: Einstein@Home supported Henry Reich/minutephysics in making the video by providing scientific information and funding.
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