Why Aren’t More Craters Named for Women? An Artist Highlights Women’s Contributions to the Sciences

Kovalevskaya crater, named for Russian mathematician Sofia Kovalevskaya (Public domain image of the crater from NASA)

While drawing moon craters, artist Bettina Forget made a startling discovery: only 32 out of 1,578 moon craters have been named for women. Read more about Bettina’s work and the “Women with Impact” project in this recent profile in the New York Times.