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Galaxy Zoo wins the RAS Group Achievement Award

11 Jan 2019, 16:01 UTC
Galaxy Zoo wins the RAS Group Achievement Award
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We’ve won a prize! The Royal Astronomical Society has given the Galaxy Zoo team – including the volunteers who have made the project the success it is – their Group Achievement Award for 2019. I will post the citation below, but mostly I’m delighted that this award recognises all those who have worked to make Galaxy Zoo a success.
Looking at the list of previous winners – the last two are the team behind ESA’s Planck satellite and the team who made the Nobel winning discovery of gravitational waves – is humbling, so this is really something to be proud of.
We’ll make plans to make sure everyone can celebrate the award when it’s presented at the National Astronomy Meeting later in the year.
Chris
Citation for the 2019 RAS Group Achievement Award (A)
The 2019 Group Achievement Award is awarded to the Galaxy Zoo team. With over ten years of engagement under their belt, the Galaxy Zoo team have contributed significantly to our knowledge of the formation and evolution of galaxies, through strong commitment to collaboration with members of the public. They have established citizen science as a standard mode of data analysis across astrophysics, and initiated ...

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