Galaxy Cruise sounds cool:
“GALAXY CRUISE” is a Citizen Astronomy project (citizen science project in astronomy) run by the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ). This project utilizes the data from a large-scale survey program using Hyper Suprime-Cam (HSC), the world’s best wide-field imaging camera mounted on the Subaru Telescope. We hope that, while exploring the Universe captured by the Subaru Telescope and classifying the shapes of interacting galaxies, the public and astronomers can come together to solve the mysteries of galaxies and generate new research results.
…ordinary people and scientists come together to explore galaxies. In this spectacular space journey, you will decipher the history of galaxies from clues captured by a state-of-the-art instrument.
You can read more about it at The Washington Post article headlined Galaxy Cruise, a citizen science project, seeks volunteers to help classify images of ‘galactic interactions.’
The video embedded below also gives more details.
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