Second paper accepted
Just a quick note to let you know that the second Galaxy Zoo paper has been accepted by the journal, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. This is particularly important as it’s the paper which contains the description of our technique and analysis, so getting this peer reviewed is immensely important.
Hopefully, we’ll be able to write more about what the referee wanted, but in any case I’ll get the new version online later this week. Coming up this week, our 1st birthday – details of Zoo 2 and our plans for the future, some exciting news about lenses and more about Alice’s trip to Oxford.
Supercool and congratulations!
Let’s all light a candle: the Zoo’s first birthday. May many more zoos of different classifications follow!
Congratulations – a great birthday present for GZ
Congratulations, TEAM for reaching this important bench mark in getting the ZOO research papers published. Keep up the good work.
Congratulation for this paper. May be I’m wrong or you forgot to cite the 100000
(http://www.galaxyzoo.org/volunteers.aspx) coauthors, keeping them anonimous… or may be well hiden
May be it is not too far to modifiy the paper to give the good example for future citation of the zoo…