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Carnival of Space #256

By on July 4, 2012 in

Want the roundup of the entire week’s space news? Head on over to the Carnival of Space, hosted this week by Christopher Crockett. See past archives of this weekly, traveling space carnival, and learn how to get involved, at Universe Today.

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Crater Marking Silliness

By on July 3, 2012 in

I promised you all a silly video of we reached 450,000 craters yesterday. And I deliver on my promises… Let’s get to 500,000 by the end of the week! Do it for AstroStu. Do it for SCIENCE! Do it for my sanity.

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Bringing everyone together

By on July 2, 2012 in

CosmoQuest is the culmination of roughly 10 years of Fraser Cain, Phil Plait, and I working to communicate astronomy to the public. Over the decade the three of us have chatted in hotel rooms, skype windows, press rooms, bars, restuarants, Google Hangouts… We have chatted a lot, talking about what does and doesn’t work, talking about […]

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Hanging with the cool kids

“For you…”

By on June 28, 2012 in

Last night you guys let me know you are CosmoQuest. And it was awesome. We built CosmoQuest as a community site for you to learn and do science. With a lot of community building projects it’s really hard to know when you have actually succeeded in building that community you dream of. You can’t judge […]

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+Virtual Star Party

+Virtual Star Party and +Google #IO12

By on June 27, 2012 in

You have no idea how hard it has been for us to keep our lips locked and our keyboards  quiet. About 2 months ago, a fabulous team of videographers from Google visited a number of us who are involved in the CosmoQuest Virtual Star Parties. +Owen Katz and +Jessica Brillhart and a whole team of awesome […]

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