Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope • June 10th, 2022
You have been given observation time on the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope! How many astrophysical objects can you catch? The goal for this game is to inform and inspire...
ZTF • June 9th, 2022
Members of the Pauma band native American tribe, whose ancestral lands include the Palomar mountain, gathered at the Palomar Observatory to name a unique...
Euclid • June 9th, 2022
ENSCI will be present at the 240th AAS meeting in Pasadena next week, June 12-16, 2022.
ZTF • June 3rd, 2022
Led by researchers at DESY, Germany, astronomers have discovered and analyzed an extremely bright tidal disruption event that may be associated with a high-energy...
Near-Earth Object Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer • May 31st, 2022
Over 100 participants from 18 countries – including NASA scientists and the agency's NEOWISE mission – took part in the international exercise.
ZTF • May 4th, 2022
Astronomers from the ZTF partnership have discovered a black widow star system, in which the stars orbit around each other every 62 minutes—the shortest orbital period observed...
Keck Observatory Archive • April 19th, 2022
KOA now ingests raw (level 0) DEIMOS, ESI, HIRES, KCWI, and MOSFIRE observations in near-real time, generally within 5 minutes after acquisition.
Spitzer • April 11th, 2022
New research led by space scientists at the University of Leicester has revealed how temperatures in Neptune’s atmosphere have unexpectedly fluctuated over the past two decades.
Euclid • March 31st, 2022
Integration of the payload and supporting service modules of ESA's Euclid mission has completed at Thales Alenia in Turin, a major milestone in mission readiness.
Spectro-Photometer for the History of the Universe, Epoch of Reionization and Ices Explorer • March 24th, 2022
The SPHEREx mission will have some similarities with the James Webb Space Telescope. But the two observatories will take dramatically different approaches to studying the sky.