Quake-Catcher Network The Quake-Catcher Network is a collaborative initiative for developing the world’s largest, low-cost strong-motion seismic network by utilizing sensors in and attached to internet-connected computers. With your help, the Quake-Catcher Network can provide better understanding of earthquakes, give early warning to schools, emergency response systems, and others. The Quake-Catcher Network also provides educational software designed to help teach about earthquakes and earthquake hazards.
Ordinary Laptops Act as Earthquake Detectors Most people use their laptops for work and Web browsing. Now you can add one more task to that list: earthquake detection. From the recent early-morning 4.4-magnitude jostle in Los Angeles to February's magnitude 8.8 disaster in Chile, ordinary laptops are increasingly acting as miniature seismic stations.
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For Citizen Scientists Citizen Scientists have helped to answer serious scientific questions, provide vital data to the astronomical community, and have discovered thousands of objects including nebulas, supernovas, and gamma ray bursts. NASA supports several resources which may be of interest to amateur and professional scientists alike. Disk Detective Our solar system used to be a massive disk of dust and debris. NASA scientists need your help combing the sky to find other stars that harbor these planet-forming disks! For Citizen Scientists