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By Nicole Gugliucci on March 5, 2013 in

Going to SXSW in Austin, Texas, this month? Well so are we! NASA is joining in with the interactive part of the festival with a bunch of amazing and FREE events March 8 – 10th. Maybe you’ve seen the promo? If you are anywhere near the Long Center for the Performing Arts that weekend, you […]

By Nicole Gugliucci on February 22, 2013 in

I’m enjoying a few weeks at home, a brief respite from the travelling life of a CosmoQuest post-doc. In truth, I love to travel, but it is nice to stay at home for a little while and get things done that don’t involve internet access. You know, like clean my apartment. Finish unpacking books from […]

By AstroStu on July 7, 2012 in

This is just a reallyquick post to let you know that I’ve been hard at work this week analyzing all the MoonMappers data and figuring out how we’re going to present what at the NASA Lunar Science Conference in 10 days in Mountain View, CA (at NASA Ames). The poster that I’ll be presenting is […]

By AstroStu on June 26, 2012 in

We are having a broad, open request right now for people, new and established, to come visit the MoonMappers section of our site and help us to find craters. Why? We’re gearing up to present at the NASA Lunar Science Forums conference to be held at NASA Ames research center in California. The conference starts […]

By AstroStu 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 […]