Whether clouds, animals or coastlines: anyone can become a citizen scientist with their photos. Researchers can use such photos to study sea level changes or the movement of animals.
From reporting landslides to photographing glaciers, citizen scientists play a crucial part in many Earth observation projects. DW went to the International Astronautical Congress to bring you some examples.
Space fans can learn all about the moon, Mars and NASA at a three-day event in the US capital. Whether you want to know about satellite imaging or be run over by a Mars rover — it's all there!
Scientists at NASA have revealed details of the icy minor planet at the edge of the solar system known as Ultima Thule. The New Horizons probe sent back images that show the frosty object is shaped like a snowman.
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