EAS Publications Series
Volume 61, 2013Gamma-ray Bursts: 15 Years of GRB Afterglows – Progenitors, Environments and Host Galaxies from the Nearby to the Early Universe
|Page(s)||483 - 486|
|Section||Chapter X: Instrumentation and Techniques-I (Ongoing Projects)|
|Published online||22 July 2013|
A.J. Castro-Tirado, J.Gorosabel and I.H. Park (eds)
EAS Publications Series, 61 (2013) 483-486
GLORIA - the GLObal Robotic telescopes Intelligent Array for e-science
1 Centre for Theoretical Physics of the
Polish Academy of Sciences, Al.
Lotnikow 32/46, 02-668
GLORIA stands for “GLObal Robotictelescopes Intelligent Array” GLORIA will be the first free and open-access network of robotic telescopes in the world It will be a Web 2.0 environment where users can do research in astronomy by observing with robotic telescopes and/or analyzing data that other users have acquired with GLORIA, or from other free access databases, like the European Virtual Observatory.
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