Use NASA Work at Home Opportunities to Find New Planets and Find New Data

I think this is a great opportunity for astronomy and space engineering students as well as for amateur scientists to pass time while awaiting the end of the pandemic in their hashtagnasa hashtagaerospace

You can be a scientist in your own home. NASA has many opportunities for citizen scientists to contribute to ongoing research. Here are a few opportunities:

Backyard Worlds: Planet 9 — Search the realm beyond Neptune for new brown dwarfs and planets.

GLOBE Observer — our observations help scientists track changes in clouds, water, plants, and other life in support of climate research.

JUNOCAM — You can actively participate in NASA’s Juno mission by uploading your images of Jupiter to help the team decide what JUNOCAM will photograph.

Planet Hunters TESS — Join the search for undiscovered worlds.

Stardust @ Home — NASA’s Stardust spacecraft brought home particles of interstellar material. Can you find them?