Near Earth Object Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer • August 31st, 2021
A new study offers a tantalizing explanation for how a peculiar cosmic object called WISEA J153429.75-104303.3 – nicknamed “The Accident” – came to be.
Lunar Trailblazer • August 31st, 2021
On July 15th 2021, Lunar Trailblazer successfully passed its Critical Design Review (CDR). This review incorporated all the systems of the Lunar Trailblazer. The CDR review...
TMT • August 30th, 2021
Spitzer • August 17th, 2021
The newly discovered feature offers insight into the large-scale structure of our galaxy, which is difficult to study from Earth’s position inside it.
TMT • August 13th, 2021
Volunteering and working together is important at TMT. TMT would like to thank everyone for all the donations of activities and goodies for the keiki and families in need of help.
TMT • August 10th, 2021
Diana Bisel’s volunteer work for the Friends of the Children’s Justice Center East Hawaii (FCJCEastHawaii)
Spitzer • August 4th, 2021
Exploding stars generate dramatic light shows. Infrared telescopes like Spitzer can see through the haze and to give a better idea of how often these explosions occur.
Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope • July 29th, 2021
On July 23, the Roman Space Telescope successfully completed the critical design review of the mission’s ground systems.
ZTF • July 26th, 2021
ZTF and a host of other astronomical observatories have teamed up to identify a rather unusual gamma-ray burst (GRB) - the most powerful event in the universe. Caused by the...