Amateur astronomer finds long-lost NASA satellite after 12 years of drifting around Earth’s orbit

It just serves to show that hope is never lost.

Crowdsourcing astronomy: Citizen scientists discover new rocky planets locked in resonance

Citizen scientists found five “musical” exoplanet.

Citizen scientists discover new cold star close to our solar system

In this day and age, everyone can be a scientist.

Scientists want you to look at photos of penguins. Yes, really

Antarctic researchers are in need of help – specifically, they need people to study photos of penguins to help them understand how the birds are dealing with climate change.

Spring is the season for citizen science – what you can do to have fun and help science!

The birds are chirping, the flowers are blooming, and citizen scientists… do citizen science! In case you’re not familiar with the concept, citizen science are activities supported (or sponsored) by universities, organizations, institutes or governments through which everyone can provide meaningful scientific contributions. Activities can vary greatly (from counting birds to analyzing galaxy clusters), and you can do it outside,