Wednesday, September 28, 2005

The big Google and NASA announcement

I always had a thing for working with NASA. In fact, I worked on a project for NASA during my undergraduate days where I converted parts of their Four-Dimensional Data Assimilation system to run on the good old IBM SP2 MIMD supercomputers (the fastest supercomputer at the time).

Now, I might just get my chance to work with them again on solving some interesting problems. Read the press release for details (see related news and blogs).

Most people thought we were kidding with the idea of opening the LunarPlex. But with Vint Cerf now at Google (he's the co-inventor of TCP/IP, the Internet, and the spec on *interplanetary* TCP/IP), I think we're going to take NASA's offer for a Journey into Space. I just love working here. For now, you can checkout Google Moon.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I thoughts Al Gore was the inventor of the Internet! :)

5:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

google moon is very nice

2:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i look forward to use it!

10:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

me too!

10:05 AM  

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