Welcome to Asteroid observations!
Welcome to Asteroid observations! This site is a meeting place to work on common interests. Anyone can contribute using any web browser. Asteroid observations looks like a normal web site... except that it encourages contribution and editing
of pages, questions, answers, comments and updates.
"Wiki" systems are fundamentally editable web pages. It's a fun and useful way of communicating asynchronously over the web for many existing intranet and public internet sites. Asteroid observations is simple to learn and use. It aims to provide a transparent way for you to publish and exchange your ideas with others over the web. You will find more about wikis in general at WikiCulture.
So what is it that you can do?
- Browse. This is a site like other sites. Read and follow interesting links.
- Write. Speak your mind! From your browser you can change or add to anything you see in a Asteroid observations topic. Use regular text or wiki syntax.
- Try. Do not worry that anything could go wrong. When you change a topic, its previous versions are saved and can be recovered.
- Start to figure it out. Some good places to start:
- BeginnersStartHere is a short introduction training course for beginners.
- TwentyMinuteTutorial is a 20-minute tour of Asteroid observations essentials.
- WikiCulture gives the 3,000 metre view popular with senior management.
You have some time and want to really get into Asteroid observations? Then the UsersGuide is what you are looking for!