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By cosmoquest on July 17, 2014 in

Welcome to ThrowBack Thursday! On Thursdays, we 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 written […]

By Nicole Gugliucci on June 25, 2012 in

Moon Mappers needs your help right now! The results for the Apollo 15 region will be presented at a scientific conference in mid-July, but we need more craters for the complete dataset. Keep marking those craters, and you just may win a prize pack! We have these goodies for whoever marks the 400,000th crater in Moon […]

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 […]

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.