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Einstein@Home volunteers find four Gamma-ray pulsars and shed light on another part of the galaxy
Einstein@Home discovers 24 new pulsars in archival data. The combined computing power of 200,000 private PCs helps astronomers take an inventory of the Milky Way.
Android users can now become citizen scientists and even select the projects they wish to power thanks to a new app released this week called BOINC.
Three citizen scientists have discovered a new radio pulsar hidden in data gathered by the Arecibo Observatory.
WAYNE, Pa., Aug.
The world's largest and longest-running volunteer computing project, SETI@home, celebrates its tenth anniversary this month with 140,000 participants and 235,000 computers powering the search for intelligent signals from space.
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