After more than five years, Spitzer is completing its original assignment to study the cool universe and is now moving on to a new "warm" career.› View This Video
This animation shows a computer simulation of the planet HD 80606b from an observer located at a point in space lying between the Earth and the HD 80606 system.
In this animation, a seething cauldron of light appears to bubble and ooze around the remains of a giant star that astronomers have been watching tear itself apart for the last 300 years.
Luke Skywalker gazed upon a double sunset in "Star Wars." NASA scientists now believe the universe could be full of planets with sunsets like these.› View This Video
NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope has uncovered clues about the atmospheres of two planets beyond our solar system.› View This Video
NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope is a galactic ghost buster, spotting hidden massive stars and other monsters lurking in our galaxy.› View This Video
Ever wonder how astronomers get those amazing pictures from space telescopes?› View This Video
This animation shows the Andromeda galaxy, first as seen in visible light by the National Optical Astronomy Observatory, then as seen in infrared by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope.› View This Video
NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope's image of an area dubbed "Mountains of Creation."› View This Video
An enormous light echo etched in the sky by a fitful dead star was spotted by the infrared eyes of NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope.› View This Video