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ssc2004-20v1

11.09.04

Icy Dawn of a Newborn Star

In this animation, we observe what a young star with a circumstellar disc would look like when viewed from different ... watch now

ssc2004-17v1

10.18.04

When Worlds Collide

This animation illustrates a massive collision between rocky, embryonic planets as big as mountain ranges. Such colli... watch now

ssc2004-17v2

10.18.04

Swirling Rings of Dust

This animation depicts colliding rocky bodies in an early planetary system. Such collisions form the basis of the pla... watch now

ssc2004-16v1

10.12.04

Galactic Fossil Revealed in Infrared Light

This animation demonstrates the power of infrared light to see what visible light cannot -- a newfound bundle of star... watch now

ssc2004-19v1

10.07.04

Visible-Infrared Whirlpool

This animation transitions from the more familiar visible light image of the "Whirlpool Galaxy" to the dramatic new v... watch now

ssc2004-15v3

10.06.04

Supernova Explosion

This animation of a supernova explosion demonstrates what happens when a massive star explodes and creates a shell of... watch now

ssc2004-15v2

10.06.04

Kepler's Supernova Remnant - Zoom-In

This "zoom" starts in the Scorpius constellation and pushes through deeper and narrower telescopic fields to at last ... watch now

ssc2004-15v1

10.06.04

Kepler's Supernova Remnant - Composite Image

The composite view of the supernova splits into its three components: blue-green for Chandra, yellow for Hubble, and ... watch now

ssc2004-13v1

08.09.04

Spitzer Discovers Hidden Ring

This animation transitions from a visible light image of the planetary nebula called NGC 246 to Spitzer's new infrare... watch now

ssc2004-10v1

06.01.04

Missing Host Galaxies Found in Infrared - 1

In a collaborative effort between NASA's three Great Observatories, astronomers have solved a cosmic mystery by ident... watch now

ssc2004-10v2

06.01.04

Missing Host Galaxies Found in Infrared - 2

In a collaborative effort between NASA's three Great Observatories, astronomers have solved a cosmic mystery by ident... watch now

ssc2004-09v1

06.01.04

The Making of a Galactic Parallelogram

In this animation, the elliptical galaxy Centaurus A is seen through the eyes of three different telescopes. Initiall... watch now

ssc2004-08v1

05.27.04

Spitzer Sheds Infrared Light on Hundreds of Newborn Stars

Observations from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope reveal hundreds of newly forming stars in the nebula RCW49, located ... watch now

ssc2004-08v3

05.27.04

Forming a Planetary Gap

Astronomers are using NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope to probe the structures of circumstellar disks, the dusty disks ... watch now

ssc2004-08v2

05.27.04

Icy Organics in Planet-Forming Disks

Using the Spitzer Space Telescope, astronomers are probing the chemistry of circumstellar disks, the dusty discs that... watch now

ssc2004-06v1

04.14.04

Star Formation in the DR21 Region

Observations from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope reveal a turbulent nest of giant newborn stars too shrouded in dust ... watch now

ssc2004-05v1

03.15.04

Orbit of Sedna

This animation shows the location of the newly discovered planet-like object, dubbed "Sedna," in relation to the rest... watch now

ssc2004-04v2

03.08.04

Triggered Star Formation

This animation illustrates the process of triggered star formation. First, a massive star in its final death throes e... watch now

ssc2004-04v1

03.08.04

Star Formation in Henize 206

Starting with a wide view of the environment surrounding the Henize 206 star formation region, the animation moves in... watch now

ssc2004-01v1

01.13.04

The Tarantula Nebula

NASA's new Spitzer Space Telescope has captured in stunning detail the spidery filaments and newborn stars of the Tar... watch now

ssc2003-06v2

12.18.03

Dark Globule in IC 1396

This 22-second animation shows how our view of a dark globule in IC 1396 changes as we move from visible light throug... watch now

ssc2003-06v3

12.18.03

Messier 81

This 22-second animation uses an "infrared spotlight" to highlight differences between a visible-light image of Messi... watch now

ssc2003-06v4

12.18.03

Herbig-Haro 46/47

This 18-second animation zooms in on Herbig-Haro 46/47 and its embedded protostar with molecular outflows. Spitzer/IR... watch now

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08.25.03

Infrared Launch

When Spitzer launched Monday, 25 August 2003 at 1:35:39 a.m. EDT from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, me... watch now

ssc2003-06v5

03.18.03

Model Dust Ring

A 12-second animation shows how ansae are created, by taking a model dust ring and tilting it from a face-on orientat... watch now

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01.01.03

Artist Concept - Spitzer Top View

View of Spitzer from the top watch now

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01.01.03

Artist Concept - Spitzer Flies Away

Spitzer speeds away from Earth after its separation from its Delta II rocket. watch now

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01.01.03

Artist Concept - Spitzer Orbit

Spitzer's innovative Earth-trailing orbit is depicted. watch now

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01.01.03

Artist Concept - Spitzer IR Flyaround

Spitzer is portrayed here against an infrared sky. watch now

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01.01.03

Artist Concept - Spitzer Visible and IR view 1

Spitzer is portrayed here first in visible light, then against the same background in the infrared. watch now

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01.01.03

Artist Concept - Spitzer Visible and IR view 2

Spitzer is portrayed here first in visible light, then against the same background in the infrared. watch now

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01.01.03

Artist Concept - Flyaround of Spitzer

A flyaround of Spitzer in orbit. watch now

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01.01.03

Artist Concept - Spitzer Observation Cycle

An observation cycle is illustrated in this animation, with Spitzer obtaining data, transmitting that data to Earth, ... watch now

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01.01.03

Artist Concept - Spitzer Cover Ejection

Spitzer ejects its dust cover. watch now

   

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