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By AstroStu on October 18, 2012 in

Over the past weekend, CosmoQuest hit 1 million craters marked across all science interfaces, and I wrote a post about some of the basic stats about you, our volunteers. MoonMappers itself is at about 910,000 craters as I write this (the balance being done in the AsteroidMappers task). So with stats now out of the […]

By AstroStu on October 13, 2012 in

Last night (at least last night in the US), we passed through our first million craters that have been marked through CosmoQuest, the vast majority of them were through MoonMappers project. I’m preparing a more science-oriented post to give everyone a status update, but it may take a few days to get it all prepped […]

By AstroStu on July 19, 2012 in

We’ve been hard at work over the last few weeks processing all the data from over 1000 of you volunteers so far. These data have been used to create a poster presentation that has been hanging in the room at NASA Ames amongst other science posters this week at NASA Ames for the Lunar Science […]

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 […]