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Stripping off beta labels

By on March 19, 2012 in

If you poked around the site today, you may have noticed that every once in a while everything went all crazy. Around the programming team we call this “breaking the universe” or “going all Picasso.” Normally this happens when someone editing the code makes a mistake. Today the reasons were much more interesting – we […]

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This Week in Space: March 10, 2012

By on March 10, 2012 in

Each week we bring you moments in history, upcoming events, and different way you can engage in doing astronomy. This week things have stayed somewhat quiet as we work hard to launch new projects. We appreciate your patience as we work to get a bunch of awesome things ready to go out the door. Go […]

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This week in Space: March 3, 2012

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Each week we bring you moments in history, upcoming events, and different way you can engage in doing astronomy. This week things have been somewhat quiet as we work hard to launch new projects. We appreciate your patience as we work to get a bunch of awesome things ready to go out the door. History […]

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This week in Space

By on February 27, 2012 in

Each week we bring you moments in history, upcoming events, and different way you can engage in doing astronomy. Special Announcement: The New Horizons’s mission is working to get signatures on a petition to create a stamp dedicated to the missions 2015 visit to Pluto. You can sign it by visiting change.org. History Highlights | […]

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Over 100,000 Crater Identifications Made, What Do They Look Like?

By on February 20, 2012 in

After about a month, this weekend we passed the 100,000 craters marked point, so it seemed like a good time to give you an updated picture of what, well, the picture looks like. The images that you have been doing have not quite been randomly selected — we’ve put emphasis on a specific image strip […]

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