CIRSIComputer Induced Repetitive Stress Injury
CIRSICambridge Infra Red Survey Instrument (astronomy)
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Researchers are already using CIRSI to survey the distant universe, searching for newborn galaxies that hail from a time when the cosmos was less than 10 percent of its current age.
While McMahon continues to search for galaxies at the edge of the universe, Michael Hoenig of the University of Cambridge and his colleagues are using CIRSI to look for distant clusters of galaxies, the most massive gravitationally bound systems in the universe.
Meghan Gray, also of Cambridge, is using CIRSI to hunt dark matter, the invisible material believed to account for more than 90 percent of the universe's mass.