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In May of 2009, the European Space Agency successfully launched the Herschel Space Observatory, a new eye for the infrared universe. Its 3.5 meter...
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In December of 2009, NASA launched its latest infrared telescope, the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer. This satellite, also known as WISE, is on...
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A singing NASA supervisor uses song to explain about NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope, and how infrared astronomy differs from visible-light telescopes...
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Astronomers have found One RIng to rule them all... not in the land of Mordor, but around Saturn, the Lord of the Rings of the Solar System.
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Felicia Day explains some of the science behind galactic "collisions," including the upcoming collision between the galaxy Andromeda and our own...
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The fading light of a flaring young star has shed light on a puzzle involving crystals and comets...
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Dr. Varoujan Gorjian explains the mind-boggling expansion of the Universe.
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Linda Hamilton attempts to foil the robots' plans of Universal conquest; meanwhile, Dean Stockwell explains the concept of "looking back in time" at...
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In this spoof of old TV action shows, Sean Astin, Osa Wallander, and Betty White search for a way to help the Spitzer Space Telescope after it runs...
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Explore the dusty secrets of the Orion Nebula through Spitzer's infrared vision.