The Moonometer

If you’ve ever wondered how many clicks you and your fellow Moon Zoo explorers have accumulated there is a way to find out. Click on the MoonometerTM link on the main Moon Zoo page to find not only the number of clicks (3,603,009 at the time of writing) but what those clicks look like in terms of more familiar things, like how many Australias (0.028), how many Disneylands (635,825) or how many Armillaria Ostoyae (24,290).

Keep checking back to see the numbers increase!

Massive thanks to everyone for each and every click. That’s over 3 and a half million clicks in the name of lunar science.

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About juleswilkinson

Citizen scientist, forum moderator and blogger for Moon Zoo, Solar Stormwatch and the Andromeda Project. Owner of 3 telescopes, a dog and a meteorite.

2 responses to “The Moonometer”

  1. Daniel Cornwall says :

    The one thing that seems missing from the Moonometer is percentage of Moon classified. Can that be a future feature? Thanks for making this available to us all.

    • juleswilkinson says :

      You can work it our from “Areas the Size of the Surface of the Moon”. Click on “More Units” then “The Moon.” But good point – it would be a useful addition.

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