Euclid • October 27th, 2022
On October 20, 2022, the ESA Council approved ESA's proposal to use the SpaceX vehicle Falcon 9 to launch Euclid in 2023.
Near-Earth Object Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer • October 18th, 2022
Pictures of the sky can show us cosmic wonders; movies can bring them to life. Movies from NASA’s NEOWISE space telescope are revealing motion and change across the sky.
Near-Earth Object Surveyor • October 12th, 2022
The NEO Surveyor Project recently passed the Project’s Preliminary Design Review (PDR), a major milestone in the NASA mission lifecycle. NASA’s review board, consisting of...
Spitzer • October 11th, 2022
GJ 1252 b, a rocky, terrestrial "super-Earth" discovered in 2020, has been given a closer look and astronomers have found that the exoplanet could have a very minimal atmosphere...
Infrared Science Archive • October 5th, 2022
The October 2022 IRSA Newsletter is available. Highlights include: Herschel Local Group and Roman HLSS Galaxy Mock Catalog Releases, IRSA Viewer and WISE Image Server Updates,...
NASA/IPAC Teacher Archive Research Program • September 8th, 2022
The 2023 NITARP application is now available! Applications are due here by 3pm Pacific time, Monday Sep 12, 2022.
NASA Exoplanet Science Institute • September 8th, 2022
The NASA Exoplanet Science Institute is soliciting proposals to use NASA's portion of time on the Keck Telescopes for the 2023A observing semester (February 1-July 31, 2023)....
Keck Observatory Archive • August 29th, 2022
KOA now ingests raw (level 0) NIRES, NIRSPEC, and OSIRIS observations and Quicklook (level 1) and Reduced (level 2) OSIRIS products in near-real time, generally within 5 minutes...
Ultraviolet Explorer • August 19th, 2022
NASA has selected four mission proposals submitted to the agency’s Explorers Program for further study. Among the projects proceeding to the Phase A mission concept study phase...
Spectro-Photometer for the History of the Universe, Epoch of Reionization and Ices Explorer • August 17th, 2022
The SPHEREx mission will create a 3D map of the entire sky. Its cutting-edge instruments require a custom-built chamber to make sure they’ll be ready to operate in space.