12.09.09 - A specialized camera on a telescope operated by U.K. astronomers from Liverpool has made the first measurement of magnetic fields in the afterglow of a gamma-ray burst (GRB).
12.08.09 - Thanks to a series of flares that began September 15, a galaxy located billions of light-years away is now the brightest object in the gamma-ray sky.
12.08.09 - NASA gave GPM the green light to proceed to the mission implementation phase.
12.02.09 - Send your name around the Earth on the Glory satellite.
11.30.09 - The Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite named GOES-14, is being placed in on-orbit storage this month to await its call to duty.
11.26.09 - The Fermi Telescope has made the first unambiguous detection of high-energy gamma-rays from an enigmatic binary system known as Cygnus X-3.
11.24.09 - NASA has released a new multimedia climate change "resource reel" showcasing free downloadable videos, data visualizations, animations, and still images that illustrate key climate change concepts and discoveries.
11.19.2009 - Sometimes you really can believe your eyes. That's what NASA's STEREO is telling researchers about a controversial phenomenon on the sun known as the "solar tsunami."
11.18.09 - Two key instruments from Hubble have a new home in the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum after being returned to Earth aboard space shuttle Atlantis in May 2009.
11.17.09 - COBE, launched on Nov. 18, 1989, discovered evidence to support the Big Bang Theory and earned a Nobel Prize for scientists John Mather and George Smoot.