Our local galaxy is big but our scientists are few. Can we help them to find the objects in our neighborhood Milky Way? Register for free at The Milky Way Project to examine infrared images taken by the Spitzer Space Telescope. Mark bubbles, dark nebulae, “fuzzy red objects” (often the birthplace of stars) and “green knots.” Human brains are better than computers for noticing these things. So, put yours to work cataloging the sky.