Discuss your experiences with and ideas about Stardust@home here.
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Thanks cregger! The main article is an overview of what most dusters are already aware, but the Supplementary Materials provide a fascinating insight into the team's detailed thoroughness.I found this link to the Stardust Science paper if anyone is interested.
The rest of the 12 even more detailed papers in Meteoritics and Planetary Science, the first of which covers the Stardust@Home project itself, are available on the publisher's site at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1 ... 9/issuetoc, but at a huge price ($42 for one paper; I'm not sure if that would cover them all though).
I hope the team's declared intention to make these papers freely accessible to at least the top 50 dusters soon becomes a reality.