This movie shows asteroids observed so far by NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, or WISE.
Treat yourself to some of the first images from NASA's recently launched Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer space telescope.› View This Video
The launch of NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) as seen in infrared light. The all-sky mapping mission launched on Dec. 14, 2009 from Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.› View This Video
With spacecraft separtion confirmed NASA's WISE space telescope beings its mission to to map the entire sky in infrared light.› View This Video
NASA Commentator Tracy Young caps the WISE launch coverage with an interview with Chuck Dovale.› View This Video
A Delta II lofts the WISE space telescope into space to view the universe with infrared eyes.› View This Video
Launch Manager Chuck Dovale gets a "go" for launch from the flight team.› View This Video
Launch Commentator Tracy Young opens coverage for liftoff of the Delta II rocket carrying the WISE space telescope.› View This Video
NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer will provide a map to the universe’s hidden treasures.› View This Video
This artist's animation shows NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, or WISE, rotating in space, revealing all sides of the spacecraft.
This animation illustrates the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer's 11-second data-taking exposure cycle.
Galaxy NGC 253 as viewed from visible to infrared light. This galaxy, called a starburst, is one of the most spectacularly resolved "barred" disk galaxies owing to its size, star formation activity, and proximity to the Milky Way galaxy (distance less than 15 million light-years).