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Lunch Talk by Prof . A.P. Fairall

01:00-03:00 Thu 04 Nov 2004

ATNF Marsfield Lecture Theatre


Local Large-Scale Structures, Visualisations and a little SALT.

The recent dramatic increase in the number of available redshifts -
partly due to the 6dF Survey - allow the most detailed mappings of local
'cosmography' to date, and an opportunity to analyse the 'fine
structure', particularly through the use of minimal spanning trees. The
structures can be seen more clearly through the use of a programme
'Labyrinth', developed chiefly by Carl Hultquist at the University of
Cape Town.
This talk will also include a short progress report on the Southern
African Large Telescope.


Tony Wong

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