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"13.09.2016 15:40:11" Timeline Photos What will #JWST images look like? How do they get #Hubble images to look like they do? We discuss on our latest blog: http://go.nasa.gov/2cBCSpL
"29.08.2016 14:55:18" Photos from NASAblueshift's post What goes into the job of a NASA Webb Telescope photographer or video producer? Read more in our latest blog: http://go.nasa.gov/2c3J4nM
Images are of photographer Chris Gunn and video producer Mike McClare at work, Credit: NASA/Jolearra Tshiteya
"23.08.2016 17:18:20" asd.gsfc.nasa.gov Color Your Own Worlds Though we just missed National Coloring Book Day, we wanted to bring this cool educational product to your attention. The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) mission just put out an exoplanet coloring book, aimed at kids ages 5-10. (But of Here's an exoplanet coloring book for elementary age kids! (Though we won't tell anyone if you want to color it yourself!) http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2016/08/22/color-your-own-worlds/
"28.07.2016 18:43:51" Timeline Photos It's #throwbackthursday, so we're throwing back to the giant NASA Goddard open house we had in September. We never got around to following up on it on the blog and we had such a cool experience we wanted to share. Enjoy!
"25.07.2016 15:38:31" Timeline Photos It has been 30 years since the first successful space very long baseline interferometry (VLBI) observations were made! And those first observations were a little unusual. Read more in our latest blog:
"22.07.2016 20:32:04" asd.gsfc.nasa.gov Why not study all wavelengths of light with one telescope? I was recently asked why the James Webb Space Telescope (a large infrared observatory) won't have X-ray or gamma-ray detectors on board. Wouldn't it be good for such a telescope to be able to see more than just infrared? In order to see the full range of Why not study all the wavelengths of light with a single telescope? Our answer is in our latest blog: http://go.nasa.gov/2agc9Ou
"22.07.2016 19:18:04" NASA Goddard NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has 'boldly gone where no one has gone before' with the release this week of a new "Frontier Field" image. Inspired by the new 'Star Trek' movie and the TV show's upcoming 50th anniversary, Hubble scientists 'boldly peered' Not to late to watch this broadcast from the Hubble Space Telescope on Facebook - it was live, and is now archived!
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has 'boldly gone where no one has gone before' with the release this week of a new "Frontier Field" image.
"14.07.2016 18:37:05" Timeline Photos In case you missed it, Nobel Laureate (and James Webb Space Telescope Project Scientist) John Mather answers some commonly asked questions about the Big Bang, and about NASA Webb Telescope's role in understanding the early history of the
"14.07.2016 15:25:49" nasa.gov Boldly Go Beyond the Fiction with a Star Trek Themed NASA Social We're inviting our social media followers to apply for a two-day event on the influence of Star Trek at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center and the Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts on July 29 and 30 in the Washington, DC, area. Want to come visit NASA Goddard? Apply for a special two-day, Star Trek themed #NASASocial. Here's how: http://www.nasa.gov/social/startrek-social
"06.07.2016 17:55:11" nasa.gov Hitomi Mission Charts Hot Winds of Galaxy Cluster for First Time Measurements of unprecedented detail returned by a Goddard instrument on Japan's Hitomi satellite allow scientists to track the motion of X-ray-emitting gas at the heart of a cluster of galaxies for the first time. "Measurements of unprecedented detail returned by Japan's Hitomi satellite have allowed scientists to track the motion of X-ray-emitting gas at the heart of the Perseus cluster of galaxies for the first time. The results showcase the long-awaited premiere
"09.06.2016 21:06:46" asd.gsfc.nasa.gov The freest of free-falls It's hard to get used to the change of pace. Scientists have been laboring for half a century to detect gravitational waves from astrophysical sources. In 1966, Joseph Weber published the first results from a device he had invented to detect An update on the exciting results from LISA Pathfinder, in the field of gravitational waves: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2016/06/08/the-freest-of-free-falls/
"21.04.2016 14:45:25" Timeline Photos In our latest, an update on NASA Webb Telescope's flight instruments - and cake! http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2016/04/21/sweet-update-on-the-james-webb-space-telescope/
Image credit: David Wright
"14.04.2016 15:50:02" Timeline Photos We just passed the 25th anniversary of the launch of one of the four "Great Observatories" of the 90s/early 2000s - the Compton Gamma Ray Observatory. Hubble might be the attention grabber of those four - but CGRO revolutionized the way we look at the
"13.04.2016 15:01:55" Timeline Photos Are you in the DC area? Science meets art at a special screening tomorrow!
Students at the MICA (Maryland Institute College of Art) have been working with Fermi scientists to produce short animations illustrating, or inspired by, results from the Fermi
"17.03.2016 19:08:27" asd.gsfc.nasa.gov We Knew That Already The Advanced LIGO group announced the first direct detection of gravitational waves on February 11, 2016 - it was a momentous day for physics and astrophysics. But the way some news outlets have reported it, saying things like "this proves Einstein was Did you know there was plenty of indirect proof of gravitational waves before the recent direct detection? But would it have "held up in court?" Koji thinks so. Read more in our latest blog:
"10.03.2016 18:03:34" asd.gsfc.nasa.gov Calling all armchair crime-solvers! Stars exploding? Who would do such a thing? Join bumbling detective Eagle Quark on his 8-bit adventures at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in our new Space Forensics game! Eagle is somewhat clueless in his hunt for suspects behind the mysterious deaths Stars are exploding in our galaxy! Who would do such a thing?! Accompany Detective Eagle Quark on his investigation to find the culprits behind these mysterious star deaths in NASA's Space Forensics online game!
Our astrophysics education team
"03.03.2016 21:09:13" Timeline Photos Time to catch you up on the latest NASA Webb Telescope news in our latest blog: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2016/03/03/mirror-mirror/
Image credit: NASA/Chris Gunn
"29.02.2016 19:20:05" asd.gsfc.nasa.gov Release the beasts! Captain A. G. Lamplugh, a British pilot from the early days of aviation once famously said “Aviation in itself is not inherently dangerous. But to an even greater degree than the sea, it is terribly unforgiving of any carelessness, incapacity or neglect.” Techniques for measuring gravity - our latest blog on Lisa Pathfinder: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2016/02/29/release-the-beasts/
Image courtesy of Martin Hewitson.
"24.02.2016 16:06:25" Timeline Photos We have five questions (and answers) from Dr. Rich Kelly, the PI of Hitomi's "Soft X-ray Spectrometer" - and some launch videos! http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2016/02/22/five-questions-about-astro-hhitomi/
Image credit: JAXA
"17.02.2016 16:40:39" Timeline Photos Congratulations to the ASTRO-H team for a beautiful and successful launch early this morning (early for us anyway!). Gorgeous photos from Scott Porter and more info about ASTRO-H's new name (Hitomi) in our latest blog: http://go.nasa.gov/1mHxrXe
"12.02.2016 15:51:36" NASA Universe Education Did you hear the big news yesterday about LIGO's direct detection of gravitational waves? Want to know more? Tune in to the Future in Space Hangout today at 3PM EST, featuring a discussion on LIGO and gravitational waves.
G+:https://plus.google.com Some really big news in astrophysics yesterday, with the confirmation of the detection of gravitational waves. Why is this such a big deal? What does it mean for astrophysics?
Tune in to the Future in Space Hangout today at 3PM EST, featuring a disc
"10.02.2016 18:32:01" Timeline Photos ASTRO-H (watch it launch 3:45 AM EST Feb12!) will usher in a new era of X-ray astronomy. Read more: http://go.nasa.gov/1TcTbIo
Image: Artist's conception of ASTRO-H, credit: JAXA
"02.02.2016 22:09:37" Timeline Photos Not long til the launch of ASTRO-H - team member Kevin gives us an update on how things are going on a tropical island in Japan: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2016/01/29/flying-to-a-tropical-island/
Image: The Yoshinobu Launch Comple
"28.01.2016 16:32:15" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Today, we pause to remember the men and women who lost their lives in the quest for space exploration, including the crews of Apollo 1, Challenger and Columbia: http://go.nasa.gov/1QExdMW Please join us in remembering the men and women who lost their lives in the quest for space exploration, including the crews of Apollo 1, Challenger, and Columbia.
"22.01.2016 16:03:43" Timeline Photos German interns Daniela and Verena sit down for a chat with Nobel Laureate John Mather.
"People often talk about how goals are important to us. I think it’s less important than the direction along which the goals might be. Let’s say our direction is
"12.01.2016 19:53:51" Timeline Photos Here is our first look at the Japanese X-ray astronomy mission "ASTRO-H" - this telescope has an instrument on it that was built right here NASA Goddard. Kevin Boyce, who is working on the project, is going to be blogging about it for us. Launch is
"10.12.2015 18:49:08" Timeline Photos Did you know NASA Webb Telescope's mirror is being assembled now NASA Goddard? An update on our blog: http://go.nasa.gov/1IXMCkl
Image credit: NASA/Goddard
"08.12.2015 18:12:21" Timeline Photos How can YOU join the hunt for exoplanets? Search for forming planets with Disk Detective: http://go.nasa.gov/1NDJ1gJ
Image: This artist’s conception shows how planets could form in a system similar to LkCa 15. Planets form in the dusty disk around
"04.12.2015 21:52:24" Timeline Photos Up, up, and away! Guest blogger Ira on #LISAPathfinder and what this launch means to him: http://go.nasa.gov/1To1LRx
"30.11.2015 18:35:16" Timeline Photos Get a head start on next Halloween and build your own Hubble Space Telescope costume! Read more: http://go.nasa.gov/1XsdwfX
Image credit: Dirk Schoellner
"27.11.2015 20:57:09" asd.gsfc.nasa.gov Testing General Relativity Everyone seems to want to take shot at discrediting Einstein and his theories. I used to volunteer to answer questions for an Ask an Astrophysicist service, and nearly every week I would get a question or two that started with, "I have a new theory.. General relativity hasn't hung around for 100 years just because Einstein developed it. Scientists have been testing it again and again over that century, and it has passed every one so far.
"25.11.2015 22:34:00" Timeline Photos 100 years ago today, Albert Einstein published his theory of general relativity. In light of this anniversary, guest blogger Barb Mattson writes about how this theory revolutionized physics and the way we understand and interact with the world around
"25.11.2015 16:31:39" Timeline Photos Another bilingual post from German interns Daniela and Verena. They took a trip to the Air & Space Museum and wrote about objects they saw that had a connection to NASA Goddard history. The blog is both in English and German. Enjoy! http://asd.gsfc.
"23.11.2015 18:38:51" Timeline Photos In (intern-for-the-week) Jasmin's last blog, she wraps up her week with a visit to the Satellite Servicing Capabilities Office (SSCO): http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2015/11/23/jasmin-intern-blog-day-5/
Image credit: Jasmin Evans
"21.11.2015 14:56:44" Timeline Photos How do we know the age of a supernova remnant if we didn't observe the explosion? Math! Read more: http://go.nasa.gov/1XeShsB
Image: September 2015 image of the Veil Nebula. Credit: NASA, ESA, and Z. Levay (STScI/AURA)
"20.11.2015 12:37:00" Timeline Photos Introducing a bilingual blog series from our German guests Daniela & Verena! Meet them here: http://go.nasa.gov/1O3tVBE
"19.11.2015 16:31:01" Timeline Photos Dr. Ira Thorpe writes his first guest blog for Blueshift on gravitational waves. "What if I told you that there are waves that can travel through space itself and that physicists and astronomers are developing machines that will allow us to listen to
"16.11.2015 22:13:13" plus.google.com How and Why We Try to Observe Gravitational Waves - Google+ One hundred years ago this month, Albert Einstein revolutionized our understanding of gravity: space and time were no longer a passive stage on which the universe evolved, but instead a dynamic participant. Perhaps Einstein's most fascinating predic Check out this cool hangout on gravitational waves on November 20th, 3pm EST.
Why should you tune
"12.11.2015 20:33:35" Timeline Photos Your daily dose of cute! 7-year-old Oren blogged his NASA Webb Telescope Halloween costume for us! http://go.nasa.gov/1GZbk8w
Image credit: Nina Cohen
"04.11.2015 14:40:26" asd.gsfc.nasa.gov Jasmin’s Intern Blog: Day 4 Jasmin shadowed Sara and Maggie for a week in July, learning about outreach, education, and communication at NASA. She wrote blogs about her experience here and we thought you'd all enjoy seeing our world through her eyes. You can find her first blog Jasmin's Intern Blog, Day 4 - in which she meets an astronaut and a Nobel laureate: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2015/11/03/day-4/
"03.11.2015 02:01:15" Timeline Photos Go back to school with GRB 101 - your intro to some of the universe's biggest explosions: http://go.nasa.gov/1NGqXB9
Image: GRBs appear randomly across the sky as this all-sky map of the locations of over 2700 bursts detected by the BATSE instrumen
"02.11.2015 17:49:20" fermi.gsfc.nasa.gov Fermi: Tooning the Extreme Cosmos The Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope What happens when the extreme cosmos inspires a class of animation students? The Fermi team found out when one of their scientists brought Fermi science and technology to the Maryland College of Art (MICA). Now you can find out, too, at the "Tooning
"29.10.2015 18:50:43" asd.gsfc.nasa.gov Intern Jasmin's 3rd day NASA Goddard, wherein she learned about the Japanese/US X-ray astronomy mission Astro-H and the asteroid sample return mission OSIRIS-REx: http://go.nasa.gov/1PX4IJA
"26.10.2015 15:42:42" Timeline Photos Learn more about a really cool (literally!) NASA's Johnson Space Center facility that will test NASA Webb Telescope: http://go.nasa.gov/1WdKBfb
Image credit: NASA/Chris Gunn
"21.10.2015 18:54:13" asd.gsfc.nasa.gov Our second blog from our "intern for the week," Jasmin Evans, about her experience at NASA Goddard: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2015/10/20/jasmins-intern-blog-day-2/
"14.10.2015 21:01:03" Timeline Photos Sometimes artists are inspired by our work. Two years ago, artistic director Angella Foster collaborated with astrophysicist Amber Straughn to create the dance performance "Stargazing." This weekend, in honor of Hubble's 25th anniversary, Angella and
"06.10.2015 18:21:06" asd.gsfc.nasa.gov Podcast: Spontaneous Complexity Click to listen! (17.9MB MP3, right-click to save) Transcript (Text, PDF) Jasmin Evans is an undergrad in astronomy and physics at the University of Central Lancashire in the UK. She shadowed us for the week and while she was here, she interviewed Dr Here's our latest - a podcast interview with Nobel Laureate John Mather about his advice to young people interested in (but possibly unsure about) pursuing science/engineering/math in school. It features a special guest host/interview, Jasmin Evans
"21.09.2015 17:27:37" asd.gsfc.nasa.gov Explore @ Goddard We have a really special event, coming up - Explore @ NASA Goddard - where we are opening our gates to the public so they can come in and experience some of the science and tech we do here. So put Saturday, September 26, 2015 on your calendar! The ev NASAblueshift will be at #ExploreGoddard, Sat, Sept 26. Come visit and see what we do here! http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2015/09/21/explore-goddard/
"17.08.2015 17:00:02" Exploring spacetime distorted by black holes!
Probing dead stars with magnetic fields trillions of times stronger than Earth's!
These are a couple of the cool things that the PRAXyS team looks forward to investigating. The "Polarimeter for Relat
"14.08.2015 18:40:13" Not just a movie plotline! Guest blogger Jasmin Evans on OSIRIS-REx Sample Return Mission's plans to touch down on and return a sample of a near-earth asteroid: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2015/08/13/osiris-rex/
Image: Artist impr
"06.08.2015 19:46:13" Guest blog from Jasmin - a UK astronomy student visiting NASA Goddard for the week: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2015/08/06/longway/ #JWST
"05.08.2015 15:25:45" Curious what dark matter is and why it "matters"? We interview Dr. Jeremy Schnittman about how black holes can help us better understand the mysteries of dark matter: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2015/08/05/dark-matter/
"31.07.2015 14:50:25" baltimore.cbslocal.com Md. Woman Designs Space Blankets For US Satellites Making a difference outer space. A Maryland woman answers an ad looking for a pattern maker, little did she know her work would be literally out of this world. We've worked with Paula Cain on a video shoot before for Blueshift (http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2011/07/12/maggies-blog-fancy-fast-space-food/) and we think she has one of the coolest jobs at Goddard. Here is a feature on her work de
"29.07.2015 13:56:30" In which we celebrate the awesome accomplishments of New Horizons: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2015/07/28/pluto-redux/
Image credit: NASA
"24.07.2015 23:24:04" In case you haven't heard the news, the Kepler spacecraft just discovered the most Earth-like exoplanet yet. It’s like a bigger, older cousin to our planet. And it’s orbiting in the habitable zone of a sun-like star! Additionally there’s a good chanc
"22.07.2015 19:06:28" How many stars are there in the Milky Way? A simple question - but not so simple an answer... http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2015/07/22/how-many-stars-in-the-milky-way/
Image credit: NASA, ESA, W. Clarkson (Indiana University and UCLA
"22.07.2015 19:03:23" asd.gsfc.nasa.gov Protecting Test Hardware to Protect Flight Hardware The title may seem a little circular, but this is not a story that often gets told - that is, we have to keep our test hardware clean to keep our flight hardware clean. To that end, a new NASA Goddard tech is being tested out in NASA Johnson's giant Protecting Test Hardware to Protect Flight Hardware: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2015/07/15/protecting-test-hardware/
"10.07.2015 17:48:49" asd.gsfc.nasa.gov The Learning Curve Japan has established a strong presence in X-ray astronomy ever since the successful launch of the Hakucho satellite in 1979. Hakucho was followed by Tenma (launched in 1983), Ginga (1987), ASCA (1993), and Suzaku (2005), with the last three in colla Happy 10th anniversary to the Suzaku satellite! Guest blogger Koji talks about the mission and its legacy: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2015/07/10/the-learning-curve/
"08.07.2015 20:31:57" We are super excited to see what New Horizons' closest approach to Pluto will look like! In our latest blog - what New Horizons and other missions like NASA Webb Telescope will tell us: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2015/07/08/pluto/
"06.07.2015 17:20:22" In case you missed it, some of our favorite celestial fireworks on the blog: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2015/07/04/cosmic-fireworks/
X-ray: NASA/CXC/RIKEN/D.Takei et al; Optical: NASA/STScI; Radio: NRAO/VLA
"23.06.2015 15:23:10" What is the most important wavelength to astronomers? Read more: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2015/06/22/the-most-important-wavelength/
Image credit: infrared: ESA/Herschel/PACS/SPIRE/J. Fritz, U. Gent; X-ray: ESA/XMM-Newton/EPIC/W.
"21.05.2015 17:27:57" Here's our belated happy birthday post for the Hubble Space Telescope - and of course, cake! http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2015/05/19/happy-birthday-hubble/
"14.05.2015 21:11:08" asd.gsfc.nasa.gov Fermi Inspires We blogged last year about students at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) collaborating with Fermi scientists to create short films illustrating or inspired by results from the Fermi Gamma-Ray Observatory. Just recently, a new group of stud Watch the creative animations students came up with to represent concepts associated with the Fermi Gamma-ray Observatory in our latest! http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2015/05/14/fermi-inspires/
"16.04.2015 15:26:51" You may have heard of Hanny's Voorwerp, a mysterious object that has turned out to be a remnant of galactic collision. But are there more of these objects out there?
Read more in our latest blog: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2015/04
"06.04.2015 21:03:52" Read the latest about #JWST's hardware on the move in our latest blog: http://go.nasa.gov/1NOS0YI
Image credit: NASA/Chris Gunn
"19.03.2015 20:51:37" science.howstuffworks.com Could a planet exist without a host star? Another article from HowStuffWorks : "As NASA Goddard scientists will tell you, it's not uncommon for planets to wander alone through the universe like big, sullen teenagers. But how do they end up flying solo, and could they still harbor life?"
"12.03.2015 21:18:08" It's almost Friday - have some cake... shaped like the Homonculus Nebula! Our latest blog: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2015/03/12/eating-eta-car/
Image credit (and guest blogger): Barb Mattson
"26.02.2015 19:40:10" science.howstuffworks.com What's a double pulsar? From Howstuffworks - an article on a topic we've blogged about before, pulsars!
"12.02.2015 19:19:35" In our latest, guest blogger Koji talks about Mardi Gras under a full moon - or rather how this can never happen! More about astronomy and calendars here:
"09.02.2015 21:57:31" What can a cake teach you about gamma-ray novae? Find out in our latest blog!
Image credit: The Fermi Bakers
"29.01.2015 19:45:41" What is the weather like on exoplanets and how do we know? Our latest blog: http://go.nasa.gov/1uG2WyX
Image credit: NASA/ESA
"27.01.2015 19:39:04" Another day, another satellite cake! Learn more about the Rossi X-ray Timing Explorer, launched just over 20 years ago: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2015/01/26/rossi-x-ray-timing-and-cake-explorer/
Image credit: Gail Rohrbach
"22.12.2014 20:27:43" Who wants some cake? Or are we full up from holiday baking? Here's another blog featuring a satellite cake - this time NASA Webb Telescope.
"18.12.2014 15:12:01" The Space Environment Simulator at NASA Goddard now and then in our latest blog. #throwbackthursday #TBT
"12.12.2014 19:04:18" Galaxy collisions (and how galaxies interact and evolve) are one of the things #JWST will be looking at. It's amazing when satellites that see different wavelengths or energies of light can help us put together a multiwavelength picture. Here are Timeline Photos Gorgeous colliding galaxies at X-ray, infrared, and optical wavelengths...
"10.12.2014 18:23:42" #Today in 2006, @NASAGoddard scientist John Mather presented the Nobel Prize for Physics http://go.nasa.gov/1Iq1EkG
Here's our 2009 interview/Blueshift award spectacular where John told us what winning the Nobel was like: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/
"09.12.2014 16:41:39" Happy 10th birthday to the Swift satellite!
We talk to mission principal investigator Neil Gehrels in our latest blog.http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2014/12/09/happy-birthday-swift/
"03.12.2014 18:00:00" You guys, big stuff going on! The first Orion test flight is December 4th at 7am EST - and there is a mission overview event live on NASA TV right NOW (1pm EST). http://www.nasa.gov/nasatv
What is Orion and why should you be excited?
NASA is de
"01.12.2014 20:32:02" Are you all familiar with the excellent astrophysics (particularly X-ray and gamma ray) website Imagine the Universe? (http://imagine.gsfc.nasa.gov) It's chock full of lesson plans, activities, news, and more. It just got a big update, and we have
"25.11.2014 22:14:28" The second part of our series on novae: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2014/11/25/novae-in-a-different-light/
Image: The white dwarf star in V407 Cygni, shown here in an artist’s concept, went nova in 2010. Scientists think the outburs
"21.11.2014 18:39:13" Congrats to our space Halloween contents winners, Laura and Yuruany for dressing up like Kepler and the SLS respectively!
Check out our Halloween results post here: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2014/11/21/contest-3rd-annual-halloween
"18.11.2014 20:34:36" NASA Goddard intern Carl Clark introduces himself and talks about Hubble's 25th anniversary: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2014/11/18/mr-clark-goes-to-goddard/
"14.11.2014 19:53:42" We have one final blog from past summer intern Jason McCracken, wrapping up his adventures through space. Final Stop: Magnetars!
Image: This is an artistic ima
"13.11.2014 16:34:48" NASA Webb Telescope #tbt or #throwbackthursday to 1963 when had TWO giant vacuum chambers. We tested #JWST's flight instruments in the SES (Space Environment Simulator), which is the one at right.
When this picture was taken in 1963, there was no Whit Some cool NASA Goddard history here!
"10.11.2014 22:13:58" What is a nova? And what makes Nova V959 Mons mysterious? Find out in our latest blog: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2014/11/10/nova/
Image credit: Credit: L. Chomiuk, B. Saxton, NRAO/AUI/NSF
"08.11.2014 14:24:04" We interview NASA Goddard scientists Martin Cordiner and Conor Nixon about the new-found mysteries of Titan's atmosphere:
Image Credit: NRAO/AUI/NSF
"04.11.2014 21:59:44" Looking for special effects to make your costume out of this world? The Schoellner Family has some tips! (Never to early to start thinking about next year!)
"31.10.2014 18:43:00" What you see in these haunting astronomical images can't be unseen. http://go.nasa.gov/1DDs11c
Image credit: NASA/GSFC/SDO
"27.10.2014 13:56:30" Our Halloween costume contest is back! Have a space-themed costume? Send it to us: http://go.nasa.gov/1v4mI6n
Image: Jean Pounder, Best Tribute to the Red Planet, 2012
"17.10.2014 21:09:28" Shiny, shiny NASA Webb Telescope mirrors in our latest blog: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2014/10/17/silver-and-gold/
Image credit: NASA/Chris Gunn
"13.10.2014 19:41:06" New blog - get the latest on NASA Webb Telescope's tennis court-sized sunshield: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2014/10/13/seamless/
Image credit: NASA/Chris Gunn
"08.10.2014 18:59:38" Interested in #STEM education? Do you have kids grades 3-12? Or are you in college and interesting in mentoring? Check out the OPTIMUS PRIME Spinoff Challege, which the NASA Webb Telescope Real World/In World Engineering Design Challenge has been m
"08.10.2014 14:00:38" Did you see the lunar eclipse this morning, Blueshifters? If you were in the DC area, you might have seen this: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/capital-weather-gang/wp/2014/10/08/photos-lunar-eclipse-turns-moon-blood-red-over-washington-d-c/
"16.09.2014 17:46:46" Recently NASA had a panel discussion of leading science and engineering experts to describe the scientific and technological roadmap that will lead to the discovery of potentially habitable worlds among the stars. This is such an exciting topic, espe
"08.09.2014 21:09:57" In our latest blog, we have photos of Neil deGrasse Tyson's visit to NASA Goddard and the NASA Webb Telescope project: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2014/09/08/neil-degrasse-tyson-pays-a-visit/
Image credit: NASA/Goddard/Rebecca Roth
"05.09.2014 20:06:12" Curious what it would be like to go for a ride on SOFIA - a 747 with an infrared telescope onboard? Brian Williams shares his experience in our newest blog: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2014/09/05/sofia-ride/
Image credit: Brian Wil
"03.09.2014 20:04:54" NASA engineers inspect a new piece of technology developed for the James Webb Space Telescope, the micro shutter array, with a low light test at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. Developed at Goddard to allow Webb's Near Infr Timeline Photos Gorgeous image of #JWST hardware that will help astronomers to view spectra of over 100 objects simultaneously!
"27.08.2014 18:49:20" Watch Sci Tunes about dark energy and black holes by science rapper Coma Niddy in our latest blog:
"25.08.2014 18:35:21" The second in our two-part series on the nexus of art and science. Turner Gillespie, a student, spent the summer working on an animation of the “sound” of a gamma-ray burst (GRB).
Watch the video and learn more about this process:
"20.08.2014 18:06:22" New blog post - the first of a two-part series on the nexus of art and science. Check out these cool student animations representing data from the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope : http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2014/08/20/maggies-blo
"05.08.2014 20:09:02" In our newest blog - another NASA Webb Telescope progress report - as some BIG hardware just arrrived NASA Goddard. What do you think is in this giant container?
"31.07.2014 18:30:50" In our newest blog, go behind the scenes of the NASA Webb Telescope Social: http://asd.gsfc.nasa.gov/blueshift/index.php/2014/07/31/nasa-social/
"21.07.2014 20:00:32" We're back and our site should be behaving now!
The last month or two has been big for NASA Webb Telescope - here's a recent milestone, a big test of their flight instruments.
"15.07.2014 18:26:19" Our site is back up - but we're still working out some bugs because of a server move. Thanks for your patience!
"09.07.2014 14:56:26" Due to some server issues, our website is temporarily down!
"02.07.2014 21:15:36" Another gorgeous image by former NASA Webb Telescope intern Ryan Hannahoe and Salvatore Grasso.
The Orion Nebula is a vast cloud of dust and gas that resides in the constellation of Orion. This object spans 13 light-years across and contains over 3