Caltech: Machine Learning Tools Automatically Classify 1,000 Supernovae

Caltech: Machine Learning Tools Automatically Classify 1,000 Supernovae. “Astronomers at Caltech have used a machine learning algorithm to classify 1,000 supernovae completely autonomously. The algorithm was applied to data captured by the Zwicky Transient Facility, or ZTF, a sky survey instrument based at Caltech’s Palomar Observatory.”

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