Digital Access to a Sky Century at Harvard (DASCH) Project

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The Digital Access to a Sky Century at Harvard (DASCH) project is looking for digital volunteers to transcribe the logbooks that document the most important discoveries in astronomy in the early 20th century. More than 100 logbooks containing about 10,000 pages of text need to be transcribed. Participate in this new “citizen scientist” initiative and help preserve astronomical history.

New Mars Publications

The LPI Library has new Mars publications on display, including Mars Up Close: Inside the Curiosity Mission (2014), Why Mars: NASA and the Politics of Space Exploration (2014), and the Geologic Map of Mars (SIM 3292) from the United States Geological Survey (2014).

Mars Polar Science and Exploration Topical Website

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The LPI introduces the second Mars topical website, Mars Polar Science and Exploration. It is intended to provide one-stop access to the latest news, information about past and future meetings, a searchable database of Mars polar science peer-reviewed publications and special issues, educational resources, and a variety of other web-based resources, for scientists, students, educators and the general public.

More LPI Contributions

The LPI has recently scanned and made available on our website many of the publications in our LPI Contribution Series. Continuing the list startedĀ last Friday, here are some more publications now available: