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Old 2004-09-05, 01:29   #1
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On clickworkers.arc.nasa.gov you can circle and classify craters on Mars. Would you do it?
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Old 2004-09-05, 01:50   #2
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As far as I know they stopped processing results there a couple years ago.
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Old 2004-09-05, 14:25   #3
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Well it said in 2005 or 2006 it would do the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter mission. And it said something about IE 6, which I believe hasn't been out that long. So perhaps it has a little management.
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Old 2004-09-08, 16:48   #4
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I found a new crater in Utah. It is about 2m in diameter. The impact speed is ~150km/h. About 230kg mass impact object.
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Old 2004-09-08, 18:19   #5
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This http://i.a.cnn.net/cnn/2004/TECH/spa...sis.tumble.jpg is what caused it.
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Old 2004-09-08, 19:08   #6
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Old 2004-09-09, 02:42   #7
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The impact speed has been revised to about 86.3 m/s, or about 311 km/h. Scientists still hope to recover some data from the capsule, despite the impact, and the resulting damage and contamination.

One of the news reporters remarked that the spacecraft should have been called Icarus, instead of Genesis. Icarus was a character from Greek mythology that flew too close to the Sun, causing him to crash to Earth.
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Old 2004-09-12, 09:54   #8
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Quote:
Originally Posted by clowns789
On clickworkers.arc.nasa.gov you can circle and classify craters on Mars. Would you do it?
I did do it, but only once or twice.


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Old 2004-09-13, 18:09   #9
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I tried it twice as well when it first came out. Lost interest pretty quickly however.
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