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Swift Firing Room
Meet the people who help get the launch off the ground!
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Radar image of Titan's surface
Cassini Spots Possible 'Ice Volcano' on Titan
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Spitzer Sees Ice and Warm Glows
NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope is helping astronomers better understand how stars form out of thick clouds of gas and dust, and how the molecules in those clouds ultimately become planets.
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Black Hole Births, Gamma Ray Bursts -- Swift Sees All
The Swift satellite will be able to detect and study the black hole/gamma ray burst connection.
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The Swift spacecraft received a pre-launch check-out at KSC.
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The Swift spacecraft received its pre-launch check-out at the Kennedy Space Center.
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New NASA-Japanese Telescope Images Uncharted Wavelengths
A NASA - Japanese partnership opens a new window on the universe.
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A dying star shrouded by a planetary nebula.
A Flash in the Cosmic Pan
Catching gamma-ray bursts harder is than bottling lighting.
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This view from the Chandra X-ray Observatory shows the cloud of hot gas surrounding NGC 4555.
A Dim Light Shines on Dark Matter
Observations of elliptical galaxies reveal answers while raising more questions.
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Mission Integration Manager
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Swift Sees the Light
NASA's Swift spacecraft brings you an unpredictable universal event in real time.
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Earth-Observing Missions
A list of NASA missions to study our home planet.
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Halloween image from Spitzer Space Telescope
Spitzer Spies 'Galactic Ghoul'
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Astronomers: Planet Building is a Big Mess
Planets are built over a long period of massive collisions between rocky bodies as big as mountain ranges.
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Flash: Cassini Photo Essay
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Flash: Cassini Photo Essay
Flash Feature: A Cassini Photo Essay
View some of the breathtaking images of the ringed world of Saturn and its moons from the early stages of this exciting mission.
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The best view of Saturn's rings in the ultraviolet indicates there is more ice toward the outer part of the rings
Flash: A Cassini Photo Essay
View some of the breathtaking images of the ringed world of Saturn and its moons from the early stages of this exciting mission.
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one of two avionics units mounted inside the heat shield of the Genesis Sample Return Capsule
Genesis Makes Progress on Two Fronts
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Spitzer observes never-before-seen globular cluster.
The Milky Way's Final 'Fossil'
New infrared images from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope and the University of Wyoming Infrared Observatory reveal a never- before-seen globular cluster within the dusty confines of the Milky Way.
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Kepler Supernova Remnant
Supernova Remnant Turns 400
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