|IAU concerns over Mars crater naming|
12 March 2014
Recently initiatives that capitalise on the public’s interest in space and astronomy have proliferated, some putting a price tag on naming space objects and their features, such as Mars craters. The International Astronomical Union encourages the public to become involved in the naming process of space objects and their features by following the officially recognised (and free) methods.
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