ADACS and technical experts meet to help support the data and computing needs of astronomers

Participants at the recent ADACS Retreat
Participants at the recent ADACS Retreat. Image credit: Rebecca Lange.

AAL was delighted attend the Astronomy Data and Computing Services (ADACS) Retreat, held this morning at the Hawthorn Arts Centre, located near Swinburne University. Here, ADACS and related technical experts met to discuss how to best to serve and support the Data and Computing needs of Australian astronomers.

For more information about ADACS, please see their website here.

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