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By Susie Murph on October 5, 2017 in

As everyone reading this here undoubtedly knows, CosmoQuest hosts numerous Citizen Science projects that range from marking craters to identifying places on Earth using photos taken from the ISS. What you may not realize is that we are closely affiliated with another ongoing citizen science research project, SciStarter. We would like to encourage all of […]

By Susie Murph on September 28, 2016 in

Congratulations to Sky & Telescope Magazine. Their newest issue, November 2016, celebrates their 75th year covering space and astronomy, and for that celebration, the magazine is featuring an epic recap of the 75 most exciting years for astronomy in human history. According to their press release, “Sky & Telescope chronicled astronomy’s progress and milestones every […]

By Susie Murph on April 19, 2016 in

At InsightSTEM, they believe that STEM learning can be reinvented for all, by motivating, enabling, and permitting learners to explore knowledge, through projects that deliver immersive, tactile, physically and mentally engaging learning tools; environments, and train others do the same! For CosmoQuest, InsightSTEM will lead all efforts to train experts to work with citizen scientists […]

By Nicole Gugliucci on December 1, 2014 in

We’ve just finished up a holiday weekend here in the States. Have you taken a vacation from space news, too? Well catch up with the Carnival of Space! Week 380 is hosted by Stefan Lamoureux at Links Through Space. Read on for stories of: a black hole neutrino factory, the reasons behind the color of Jupiter’s […]

By Nicole Gugliucci on November 7, 2014 in

Welcome to another round of the Carnival of Space! This is week 379, so settle in for a round-up of this week’s space science and astronomy news. We are of course, all anxiously awaiting the landing of Philae from the Rosetta spacecraft this coming Wednesday. In preparation, on Friday (Oct. 31), the European Rosetta mission […]