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By cosmoquest on June 12, 2014 in

Welcome to ThrowBack Thursday! Every week we’d like to highlight a blog post from the early days of CosmoQuest. Now, 2012 wasn’t that long ago, but we’ve grown quite a bit since the early days, and we’d like to make sure that everyone gets a chance to read some of the great introductory material that was […]

By Nicole Gugliucci on June 10, 2014 in

In this series of posts, we’ll be breaking down the recent MoonMappers paper by Robbins et al. showcasing YOUR work.  Read Part 1 and Part 2 Won’t The Real Crater Count Please Stand Up? Now that we’ve set up why we’re counting and measuring craters and reviewed the history of the methods of crater counting, let’s […]

By Nicole Gugliucci on May 20, 2014 in

In this series of posts, we’ll be breaking down the recent MoonMappers paper by Robbins et al. showcasing YOUR work.  Read Part 1 In the first part of this series, I gave you a background overview on why accurate crater counts on surfaces like the Moon and Mercury are important. Now I’m gong to dive […]

By Nicole Gugliucci on April 22, 2014 in

In this series of posts, we’ll be breaking down the recent MoonMappers paper by Robbins et al. showcasing YOUR work.  We were super-excited as the paper worked on by this team using your contributions was accepted by the journal Icarus. We put out a press release, as did CU Boulder, and Stuart made two great […]

By AstroStu on March 24, 2013 in

This post was originally written by IreneAnt and edited and posted by Astrostu. This past week the Moon Mappers science co-leads, Stuart and Irene, have been in Houston, TX (USA) attending the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. This is an annual conference where planetary scientists congregate and present their most recent and exciting findings. On […]