Eye in the Sky With AI: UCSB Initiative Aims to Pulverize Space Threats Using NVIDIA RTX
Eye in the Sky With AI: UCSB Initiative Aims to Pulverize Space Threats Using NVIDIA RTX | NVIDIA Blog
“When meteor showers occur every few months, viewers get to watch a dazzling scene of shooting stars and light streaks scattering across the night sky.
Normally, meteors are just small pieces of rock and dust from space that quickly burn up upon entering Earth’s atmosphere. But the story would take a darker turn if a comet or asteroid is a little too large and heading directly toward Earth’s surface with minimal warning time.
Such a scenario is what physics professor Philip Lubin and some of his undergraduates at the University of California, Santa Barbara, are striving to counteract…”