Many of the Planet Hunters team were at the American Astronomical Society’s 218th meeting in Boston earlier this week. The team contributions to the meeting included a poster led by John Brewer on the new exoplanet candidates spotted by you and an epic review talk by Debra Fischer titled “From Hot Jupiters to Habitable Worlds.” In her talk, Debra discussed Planet Hunters showing some of our discoveries as well as mentioning the names of several Planet Hunters users.
In her talk titled “The Status of Kepler’s Search for Earth-size Planets,” Kepler team member Natalie Batalha also mentioned Planet Hunters and the Planetometer (which had already hit 3 million classifications) was shown on the big screen during her talk.
But the most fun part of the meeting was that Planet Hunters and other Zooniverse scientists and volunteers (Alice Sheppard, aka @penguingalaxy) got together to talk science, citizen science, and how to learn more about the Universe with you help!
You should post the talks…..
Could we know what planet hunters were mentioned by Debra Fisher?
Were can we find the complets articles you have talked about ; I have search for these on the AAS website, but i didn’t find.
Thanks for the work of all the team and thanks so much to let us participate as citizen scientists.
From Britany, not so far from Nantes
PS : I am so excited to visit the first EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2011 in october ; it’s just 2 hundred km from my home …
The talks unfortunately aren’t recorded. There are only abstract for the talks available online.
are links to the abstracts online.
We’re submitting an abstract for the EPSC-DPS meeting in the next day or so.
Yes, it was what I saw on the AAS website ; should it be possible for you to post more elements of the professor Debra FISCHER’s talk ?
Thanks so much.