04.03.09 - The gamma-ray sky comes alive in a movie made from Fermi Space Telescope data during its first three months of operations.
03.18.09 - An international team of astrophysicists using telescopes on the ground and in space have uncovered surprising changes in radiation emitted by an active galaxy.
03.11.09 - A new map combining nearly three months of data from NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope is giving astronomers an unprecedented look at the high-energy cosmos.
02.19.09 - The first burst to be seen in high-res by the Fermi telescope had the greatest total energy, the fastest motions and the highest-energy initial emissions ever seen.
02.10.09 - Astronomers using NASA's Swift satellite and Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope are seeing frequent blasts from a stellar remnant 30,000 light-years away.
01.06.09 - The Fermi Space Telescope has discovered 12 new gamma-ray-only pulsars and detected pulses from 18 others.
10.16.08 - A 10,000-year-old stellar corpse, called a pulsar, is the first one known that only "blinks" in gamma rays, as discovered by NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope.
08.26.08 - At a teleconference on Aug. 26, 2008, NASA announced it was giving a new name to the Gamma-ray Large Area Space Telescope, launched June 11, 2008.
07.31.08 - Link provided for viewing GLAST's position in orbit in order to view it in the night sky.
07.28.08 - One of the priorities of the GLAST Burst Monitor science team has been to validate burst location information provided by the telescope.
07.02.08 - Several bases of operations for NASA's Gamma-ray Large Area Space Telescope (GLAST) are gearing up for data from the recently launched satellite.
06.18.08 - Less than a week after launch, NASA's Gamma-ray Large Area Space Telescope, or GLAST, is safely up-and-running well in orbit approximately 350 miles (565 kilometers) above Earth's surface.
06.10.08 - NASA's Gamma-ray Large Area Space Telescope (GLAST) received the final "Ready to Go!" from all teams.
05.30.08 - Scientists around the world are excited about all the things that GLAST is going to uncover after it launches on June 5 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla.
05.13.08 - NASA's Gamma-ray Large Area Space Telescope, or GLAST, is receiving finishing touches at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, near the beaches of eastern central Florida for its launch.
04.21.08 - The powerful antenna system that will enable NASA's GLAST to communicate with stations on Earth has been successfully connected to the spacecraft.
04.14.08 - The Delta II 7920-H rocket that will launch GLAST is in the process of being assembled on Launch Pad 17-B at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla.
04.09.08 - On April 9, 2008, NASA opened the GLAST Burst Monitor Instrument Operations Center, the focal point for observing the universe's most powerful explosions.
04.08.08 - GLAST seeks to decipher the genetic code of the universe.
04.07.08 - After a nationwide search for junior science researchers on GLAST mission, three people have been chosen for these prestigious post-doctoral positions.