- These results come from the Radio Galaxy Zoo project, led by astronomers from Australia.
- The volunteers have already taken a look at more than 1.2 million radio images from telescopes like the Very Large Array in New Mexio.
- According to the team, about 10 percent of images have structures that can't be automatically identified by computers. But turns out that you don't need to pay a Ph.D. to classify the stragglers -- the crowdsourcing power of the internet works just fine.
Amateur black hole spotters are as good as professional astronomers
9. 7. 15 by Kif Leswing