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The GalaxyZoo was one of the first "Citizen Science" projects that asked the public to help scientist examine and classify specimens, in this case images of galaxies from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, the first big digital color image of the Northern sky.
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The expected total classification count is calculated as the number of required classifications per student multiplied by the number of students in the class. For the Galaxy Zoo 101 project, 22 classifications per student are required.
  
 
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This is the stub for a lab using the online galaxy zoo; Galaxy Morphologies

The GalaxyZoo was one of the first "Citizen Science" projects that asked the public to help scientist examine and classify specimens, in this case images of galaxies from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, the first big digital color image of the Northern sky.

The expected total classification count is calculated as the number of required classifications per student multiplied by the number of students in the class. For the Galaxy Zoo 101 project, 22 classifications per student are required.

Galaxy Zoo 101 PHYS 108 2019F Home Page


Getting Started

1. Go to the link above

2. make a login with your student ID.

3. start classifying galaxies!

Questions

1. How many galaxies did you classify

2. Did you get many artifacts? Why are those still in there?

3.