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Check out the twelfth Carnival of Space

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

19-07-2007 9:39 CDT


Check out the dozenth Carnival of Space over at Music of the Spheres!

One of the most popular topics this week is the Galaxy Zoo, a website that is taking a truly tedious task -- classifying thousands of galaxies -- off the shoulders of some poor cast of graduate students and placing it on the much broader shoulders of Web visitors. The training is straightforward and doesn't take long; if you've nothing to do on a rainy day or a long summer evening, try your hand at some galaxy classification.

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