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New Images Coming Soon for MoonMappers

By on April 9, 2012 in

We’re working on more publicity and planning on more traffic in the next month or so for Moon Mappers, and that means we may not have enough images in the queue. So, I’ve been going through after talking with the other science co-lead and downloading and processing new images to have you look at. First […]

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The Surface Features Glossary is Here!

By on March 30, 2012 in

One of the main goals of CosmoQuest is education. Personally, I learn best when I have a “cheat sheet” type of resource where I can frequently look up all the terminology I am learning, to remind myself what each new word means. And I continually refer to my cheat sheet until those new terms are […]

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CosmoQuest at the National Science Teachers Association

By on March 29, 2012 in

I’m having my usual moment of “aaggghhhh” as I stare at my possible agenda for the next four days. I’m at the National Science Teachers Association national conference in Indianapolis, Indiana, and to say that it’s huge is just not going far enough. There are over 50 sessions and workshops to choose from in the […]

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33% Full Waxing Moon

Neat App for iPod Touch, iPhone, and iPad

By on March 23, 2012 in

I have a first-generation iPod touch, and I bought it as soon as it was announced several years ago. Perusing the iTunes application store early on, it was easy enough to see every application out there, and I downloaded a Mahjong game. Years later, I upgraded to the iOS 3.x and found out that the […]

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First MoonMappers Science Poster Being Presented Tonight

By on March 20, 2012 in

The last two months have gone by quickly here as we’ve gone through beta and just now officially launched. In that time, you have identified over 150,000 craters and 4000 other features while supplying us with feedback on the interfaces, design, and other things. With that, we will be presenting a poster at the Lunar […]

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