In this month’s conversation (audio only), Dr. Andrew Westphal provides his usual update about all things Stardust@home, including some very exciting news about two new and unexpected metal materials found in comet Wild 2. He’ll also provide some thoughts in general about future NASA funding for pure science research. 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.
This month’s telecon is a conversation with Stardust@home’s Dr. Andrew Westphal who provides a brief update (audio only) on the project. Topics include: Recent news on ten interstellar dust candidates that are being extracted and sent to us from NASA’s Johnson Space Center for synchrotron beamline analysis here at UC […]
Stardust@home was honored to be featured in this new documentary celebrating citizen science! See the first episode when it premieres on the WORLD channel on Thursday, April 6, 2017 at 9pm EDT, and re-broadcasts at 9pm PDT on the same day. Programs 2, 3 and 4 will premiere on successive […]
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>
This month Dr. Andrew Westphal gives a brief update (audio only) on what’s new with Stardust@home and where the project is heading. Listen in to learn why it might be better to concentrate on the Foils effort for now (if you’re a participant), as well as how we’re addressing some […]
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 […]
This month Dr. Andrew Westphal reports live (audio only) from the the international conference on cometary science entitled “Comets: A new vision after Rosetta/Philae“. He also provides updates on Stardust@home and our partnership with the Stall Catchers project. Note: For more information about these monthly webinars, including how to participate, […]
We just uploaded 106,546 new foils movies that are now available to search.
For this month’s telecon, Dr. Andrew Westphal shares and previews the results of Stardust@home’s collaboration with Alzheimer’s researchers – a brand new multi-tiered citizen science initiative called EyesOnALZ. Their first official offering launched on October 1st and is called Stall Catchers. We encourage anyone interested in participating in the project […]