WorldWide Telescope

 WorldWide Telescope (WWT) provides a rich contextual visualization environment for astronomical data. 

The  WorldWide Telescope Ambassadors Program  (WWTA) use WWT to educate the public about Astronomy and Science. WWTA is run by a team of astronomers and educators at Harvard University, in collaboration with the WWT community.

MilkyWay3D.org is a tool intended to organize and curate links to information about data sets relevant to our 3D understanding of the Milky Way.

pyWWT The pywwt package aims to make it easy to use WorldWide Telescope from Python.

Astronomy Rewind project is part of an ongoing NASA-funded effort aimed at turning the SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS) into a data resource. The result will be a database of astro-referenced images, i.e., images of the sky for which coordinates, orientation, and pixel scale will be publicly available through NASA data archives, the Astronomy Image Explorer, and World Wide Telescope  

The ADS All-Sky Survey (ADSASS) is an ongoing effort aimed at turning the NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS), widely known for its unrivaled value as a literature resource for astronomers, into a data resource.

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