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11 February 2013    NASA        
Discuss general topics with regards to our Image Detective system.
20 August 2014    NASA        
klipsch49er: You may see how many points you have by checking on the High Score page: http://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/sseop/ImageDetective/TopScores.htm. Find your user name in the list to see how many points you have.
20 August 2014    NASA        
Jerseyguy: You may check to see how many points you have by finding the user name you created in our list of user points: http://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/sseop/ImageDetective/TopScores.htm.

As for your badge number, you may see it one of two ways: 1- go to http://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/sseop/ImageDetective/BadgeCertificateCheck.htm and enter your credentials. Once you have successfully entered your credentials, you will see your badge, and 2- your badge should also be on the screen each time you submit an image for approval.

Please let us know if you have trouble resolving any of your two questions.
19 August 2014    klipsch49er        
How do I see how many points I have?
18 August 2014    Jerseyguy        
How do you check how many points you have? Also, my login has been approved but how does one actually get a badge #?
18 October 2013    NASA        
The ability to register an email address to be used to send credential reminders to for in case you forget your credentials was added. Use of it is optional. It can be managed on the detective login page.
16 October 2013    NASA        
The option to use a maps view in the window used for selecting photographs to work on was added. A new checkbox in the window for selecting photos, "Show Maps", will switch to showing maps with the nadir coordinates annotated instead of showing the photograph images when it is checked. To switch back to showing the photograph images, uncheck the box. This allows you to toggle between maps and photographs.
23 July 2013    NASA        
Even some of the "easy" imagery picks are a challenge to locate. If anyone comes up with a type of search pattern or other helpful hint to first find the general location on the map I would appreciate it. This would be even before trying to align the image to it's location on the map.

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