Welcome to Jayanne English's Website

A lecture for the public on how astronomy images are created (2016).
New! A recent lecture for professional astronomers and other scientists on visualization at the University of British Columbia (2021).

Interview in ARTpublika Magazine about astronomy image-making January 2020.

Two Voices from Oxford Interviews:
-- Scientific Visualization
-- The Changing Science of the Universe

Podcast in Cape Town The Cosmic Savannah


Astronomy Images Website. Jayanne English's images are currently listed at Jayanne's Cosmos and Canvas Portfolio.
Image Release 2020: Magnetic Field of Galaxy NGC 5775.




















View on Astronomy Picture of the Day and Illuminated Universe at Space Telescope Science Institute and at the National Radio Astronomical Observatory.


Press Release 2019: Cannonball Pulsar.

Contact Info and Itinerary

Research CV (short)

Teaching Info
Find out how to register for "The Art of Scienitific Visualization" (SCI 4000/PHYS 7440) at the University of Manitoba.

NEW Examples of interactive projects from the Art of Scientific Visualizaiton class.







    Visual Art Activity Highlights

    -- "Collide: Colliding Galaxies: Colour & Tones" presented at the Subtle Technologies Festival 2015 with Continuum Contemporary Music. Work by Jayanne English and award-winning composer Nicky Lizee. Performance May 28 at 8pm at the Theatre Centre (1115 Queen Street West, Toronto). Colloquium May 30, 2:30pm at Artscape Youngplace. See the performance! Video on YouTube.


How to Construct Striking Astronomy Images:
Jayanne English's Visualization Website. This detailed website provides links to videos about the tension between art and science in astronomy images and specific image manipulation techniques. Additionally it links to data resources, software packages, etc.


A Selection of Image Websites:
Jayanne's Portfolio.



Hubble Heritage Project.
Classic Hubble Telescope images produced monthly.




Anglo-Australian Observatory.
David Malin uses photographic film and filters to capture what the human eye WOULD see, if the human eye were as sensitive to light as our astronomy detectors.



International/Canadian Galactic Plane Survey.
Images produced using mainly radio telescope data from the Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory.



Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope. Image of the month.



Gemini Telescope Images.





Last modified: Tuesday Jan. 26 18:53 CDT 2021