New research depends on citizen scientists to measure light pollution and map the disappearing night sky.Read More
Undergrads design the first satellite to be assembled in space, a new app crowdsources flood reports in Europe, how citizen scientists can help study a solar eclipse, amateur observations of a stellar merger, and more in this week's recap of news in amateur space exploration.Read More
30,000,000th variable star observation from amateur astronomers, teen rocketeers launch in India and the US, kids take control of robots on the space station, plus citizen science projects that study exoplanets, gravity waves, and weather. All this and more in this week's recap of news in amateur space exploration.
The holiday season makes for a slow news week, but space is always out there - from the fight for dark skies over Canada, to interviews with amateur martians, to the amazing opportunities for middle school student research on the International Space Station.Read More
The latest news from around the world of amateur space exploration includes contests to launch Near Space balloons, crowdsourced mapping of galactic black holes, a crowdfunded mission to the Moon, the latest from Mars One, and moreRead More