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By StarStryder on January 9, 2018 in

This is the second in a series of three posters that we’re presenting today at the AAS meeting in Washington, D.C. Abstract CosmoQuest is a virtual research facility focused on engaging people – citizen scientists – from across the world in authentic research projects designed to enhance our knowledge of the cosmos around us. Using […]

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This is the last in a series of three posters that we’re presenting today at the AAS meeting in Washington, D.C. Abstract The CosmoQuest Virtual Research Facility provides a place for scientists to recruit people to aid in their science projects via citizen science. Just as students need training to be effective researchers, so do […]

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This is the first of a series of three posters that we’re presenting today at the AAS meeting in Washington, D.C. Abstract CosmoQuest is a second generation citizen science project that makes it possible for NASA Subject Matter Experts to engage the public as both learners and collaborators in research. Engaging the public in publishable […]

By StarStryder on June 20, 2017 in

The Great North American Eclipse is coming to darken your world. (At least if your world will have you in North America on August 21). CosmoQuest was designed by a team of people who get rained on a lot, so all our science efforts rely on an internet archives instead of on new observations. This […]

By StarStryder on November 6, 2016 in

Earlier today we accidentally sent an email out to everyone who has ever used our citizen science portals. This was not intended. We’re getting ready to release some awesome new features, but in the process of testing our code we accidentally emailed… a lot of people. The changes aren’t ready yet, and the links you […]