Moon Zoo is Live

Apollo 14 Impact Site from LRO

Moon Zoo is live and the blog will begin updating in the next few hours and days. Meanwhile, go and take a look at some craters…

[Image: NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University]

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3 responses to “Moon Zoo is Live”

  1. The 10th Doctor says :

    This is a great site! I love the Crater Survey.
    You know what would be nice, a way to link crater images
    to posts we place if we find something of interest that we would like to share with other Moon Zoo users.

  2. Robert Snow says :

    After working on both Crater Survey and Boulder Wars I’ve noticed a few areas of opportunity for improvement, but really just a few. All in all the system is fantastic. In regards to Crater Survey I want to reiterate what another person has stated, a notes section to leave a small 20 character note would be nice for us to be able to more accurately identify interesting features as well as give the lunar cartographers on your end a way to see what it is we’re pointing out.

    More importantly though, in regards to Boulder Wars, I’ve noticed a number of pictures which are either completely washed out (white) or merely an angled grid work of lines (transmission static?) It would be helpful to both parties to be able to identify those photographs which are not usable and mark them for deletion (to be later deleted by one of your stellar cartographers.)

  3. William Carmain says :

    Very interesting post thank you for writing it I have added your site to my bookmarks and will be back 🙂 By the way this is a little off subject but I really like your blogs layout.

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