Good news (with any luck)
Just a quick note to say that the Planet Hunters team have submitted the first scientific paper to come from the project. It’s been sent to the same journal the Galaxy Zoo team uses, MNRAS, and we’re waiting on the edge of our seats to see what the referee makes of it. Once it gets accepted, we’ll share the results with you…
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