Credits and Sponsors

CosmoQuest is funded through a combination of private and corporate donations and contracts. We have also previously had (and will have again!) federal grants. Below are acknowledgements of our funders:

Current Funding

  • We have a contract through the University of Arizona to work on the OSIRIS-REx mission


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Prior Funding

These grants have been used to support content you see on this site, and development of the software that runs this site. 

  • CosmoQuest has been supported in part by NASA grants NNX17AD21G, NNX17AD20A, NNX16AJ21G, NNX16AC68A, NNX12AB92G, NNX09AD34G. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of this project & do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
  • We have had contracts to work with New Horizons through SWRI, the Dawn Mission through UCLA, Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter through NASA Goddard, and MESSENGER through the National Academies of Science.