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By AstroStu on January 22, 2012 in

The results are … in! In the first full week after being publicly announced, Moon Mappers accumulated 59 contributors who annotated 1456 images with 25,000 craters and 478 features.

By AstroStu on January 12, 2012 in

One of the main tasks we ask you to do in the CosmoQuest’s Moon Mappers is the “Man vs Machine” activities. The basic interface is the same as for crater identification, and the only difference is that we give you an image that has already been annotated with craters that were found by a computer […]

By AstroStu on January 11, 2012 in

Welcome again to CosmoQuest’s Moon Mappers project. You may be wondering what you’re doing here – what we’re trying to figure out with this work. Hopefully this post will answer some of your basic questions. In Moon Mappers, you’re presented with a simple interface that asks you for its main task to identify craters. If […]