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02.17.10

NASA's Chandra Reveals Origin of Key Cosmic Explosions

New findings from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory have provided a major advance in understanding a type of supernova... read more

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02.09.10

Spitzer Goes to the Olympics

Artwork inspired by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope is making an appearance at this year's Winter Olympics in Vancouve... read more

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12.24.09

A Quarter Century of Infrared Astronomy

This composite graphic encompasses a quarter century of infrared astronomy from space, a world away from Galileo Gali... read more

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11.04.09

Unsettled Youth: Spitzer Observes a Chaotic Planetary System

Before our planets found their way to the stable orbits they circle in today, they wiggled and jostled about like uns... read more

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10.30.09

Spitzer Space Telescope Mission Status

On Friday, Oct. 23, engineers with NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope successfully swapped the spacecraft from the main n... read more

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10.23.09

Universal Origins

Four hundred years ago when Galileo turned his tiny telescope to the night sky our view of the Universe changed forev... read more

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10.20.09

Astronomers Do It Again: Find Organic Molecules Around Gas Planet

Peering far beyond our solar system, NASA researchers have detected the basic chemistry for life in a second hot gas ... read more

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09.01.09

Station Fire

Smoke and flames from the Station Fire are visible from the Spitzer Science Center, located on the campus of the Cali... read more

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07.27.09

Warmed Up and Ready to Go

NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope has put its infrared eyes back on the sky to observe the cold and dusty universe. read more

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07.10.09

Spitzer Status Update

Testing and characterization activities continue for NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope warm mission, a process that bega... read more

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06.29.09

Frank Low, Pioneer of Infrared Astronomy, 1933-2009

On June 11th, Dr. Frank Low, one of the people responsible for the rise of infrared astronomy, died in Tucson. He was... read more

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06.23.09

Spitzer Status Update

Engineers and scientists are continuing with testing and characterization activities for the NASA Spitzer Space Teles... read more

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06.09.09

Spitzer Status Update

Characterization activities for NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope continue, a process that began after its cryogen ran o... read more

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05.28.09

Spitzer Status Update

Characterization activities for NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope continue, a process that began after its cryogen ran o... read more

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05.05.09

If Spitzer Could Talk: An Interview with NASA's Coolest Space Telescope

NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope is about to use its last drop of the coolant that has chilled it for the past five-and... read more

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04.30.09

Streams of Stars Provide "Missing Link" in the Evolution of Galaxy Disks

Using NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope, an international team of astronomers has discovered streams of young stars flow... read more

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04.20.09

Rocky Planets Around 'Dead' Stars

Using the infrared detectors on NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope, a team of researchers based in the U.K. and in the Un... read more

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03.12.09

Galactic Dust Bunnies Found to Contain Carbon After All

Using NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope, researchers have found evidence suggesting that stars rich in carbon complex mo... read more

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12.24.08

New Image Shows the Power of Visual Remix

The same way a visible-light photographer can choose to shoot black and white instead of color, astronomers using NAS... read more

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12.16.08

Planets Living on the Edge

Some stars have it tough when it comes to raising planets. A new image from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope shows one ... read more

   

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