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Doing Big Science With Citizen Scientists!

Guest blog post from Brian Koberlein (@briankoberlein): One of the powerful aspects of citizen science is how it brings people together. Folks from all walks of life contribute their time and skill, and this allows us to explore scientific questions we couldn’t otherwise pursue. While traditional science is often portrayed as being rather different, it’s […]

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Cosmos Reborn

I’ll admit… I didn’t see the original Cosmos when it was on television. In fact, I didn’t even see it until I had already decided on astronomy as a major. Carl Sagan’s Contact was a huge inspiration to me becoming an astronomer, but that’s another story. I now have Cosmos on DVD, and have seen […]

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