Stardust@home, and science in general, in the time of coronavirus. Plus nerds just jabbering. Enjoy!
Our 2020 series of video chats with our amazing volunteers (aka dusters) starts off with an update from Dr. Andrew Westphal on new findings and upcoming new technology-based directions for Stardust@home. Enjoy!
For August 2019, Dr. Andrew Westphal fills us in on some recent particle analyses and scientific papers to come. There’s also an overview of the sample request process, and thoughts on how future research may be impacted (enhanced?) by the burgeoning private space industry. Enjoy!
The entire Space Science Laboratory will be having electrical work done Sunday June 25th starting at about 2pm through Monday June 26th. We hope to have all systems online by noon on Monday. Thanks for dusting.
Well, it’s sort of down. We use Amazon S3 to host the movie files and that service is having problems. It should be fixed soon but it is out of our control. Here’s a link to Amazon’s status page <https://status.aws.amazon.com>
The Crowd & The Cloud is a new documentary series on citizen science set to air on PBS beginning sometime in April 2017. The influence of Stardust@home is prominently featured, and for all we know, profiles of some of our volunteers might be included! Check out the recent in-depth article […]
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Dear Stardust@home Volunteers, A new documentary on citizen science called The Crowd & The Cloud is airing on public television early next year. For promotion purposes, a social media campaign will be launched soon to highlight a few of their favorite projects from the show, and they want to include […]