My notes from lowest to highest evaluation score:
Did VentureStar technology lead anywhere?
Link only answers tend not to be ideal for Stack Exchange sites. In this case, a little explanation of how the fuel tank result found behind the link relates to the question. Were the researchers part of the VentureStar program? How much did the design deviate? ...
OK, this is supposed to be evaluation of the quality of our contents, but I have a few observations to share regarding the evaluation system itself:
This evaluation is currently running for 10 hours, yet this new meta question didn't appear in moderator notifications (on-site diamond icon and via email). All other newly posted meta questions do, so I'd ...
Interesting to compare your view to mine. I assume we got different random articles to review. I made a google search, based on the question topic, and looked at the results. To me most of the material in here (SX) was the best. I was selecting excellent or satisfactory.
Perhaps my view is already biased. I'm here on SX because I failed to find the answers ...
Could the length of a craft affect it adversely during aero-breaking or gravity assist?
Net Score: 11 (Excellent: 11, Satisfactory: 1, Needs Improvement: 0)
What materials are the windows on the US Segment of the ISS made out of?
Net Score: 11 (Excellent: 11, Satisfactory: 0, Needs Improvement: 0)
Have the micronewton thrusters developed ...
The questions are evaluated with the answers. In several of the ones I rated, the question was excellent, the answer satisfactory. In one case, the answers were poor, but I really wanted to see a good answer (and writing it is outside my competence to research.)
July 2015 update:
SEx.SE: evolution of core expert base from week to week (number of users with more than one positively-scoring answer per week). Source: SEDE. Methodology: https://meta.stackexchange.com/a/261608/
We are definitely not close to extinction.
How are EVA's in LEO affected by being at the night side of Earth?
Net Score: 17 (Excellent: 17, Satisfactory: 3, Needs Improvement: 0)
What NASA documents did SpaceX use to design their engines?
Net Score: 9 (Excellent: 9, Satisfactory: 9, Needs Improvement: 0)
Solar flux on (not at) Earth
Net Score: 8 (Excellent: 10, Satisfactory: 6,...
Needed height from the release of a space elevator to get a stable elliptical orbit?
Net Score: 14 (Excellent: 14, Satisfactory: 1, Needs Improvement: 0)
What conventional reference frame is used for interplanetary telemetry and navigation?
Net Score: 13 (Excellent: 13, Satisfactory: 3, Needs Improvement: 0)
Were decommissioned Cold War ...
Do lunar landers communicate with ground stations during descent and landing?
Net Score: 9 (Excellent: 9, Satisfactory: 1, Needs Improvement: 0)
At what angle did Apollo 13 need to reenter?
Net Score: 8 (Excellent: 8, Satisfactory: 3, Needs Improvement: 0)
How long does it take for a satellite to reach GEO?
Net Score: 8 (Excellent: 8, ...
How hard is the Lunar surface?
Net Score: 13 (Excellent: 14, Satisfactory: 3, Needs Improvement: 1)
Practical Lunar He-3 mining approach?
Net Score: 16 (Excellent: 16, Satisfactory: 2, Needs Improvement: 0)
What is feathering?
Net Score: 11 (Excellent: 11, Satisfactory: 7, Needs Improvement: 0)
How were vibrations supposed to be ...
All in my opinion:
We seem to have excellent activity overall
The community seems, by what limited tools I have to make measurements, to be taking up the challenge of self-moderation quite well
We have a decently steady flow of questions
The mod team is doing an awesome job
Topic of the Week is doing a great job of filling out the areas where the ...