NASA: future observations will reveal more about exoplanets than ever before.
Data from instrument on Perseverance rover could help clarify whether Mars might have hosted microbial life.
Lee Feinberg, JWST’s Optical Telescope Element Manager, explains how new scope continues to amaze.
Striking images of organic and inorganic systems demonstrate impact of imaging technology.
Second Sunday plenary, by Dr. Jun Ye, of JILA at University of Colorado, explored quantum science and metrology.
Society’s next Vice President is also an honorary professor at the University of Nottingham, UK.
Third generation family member to head Board, Marisa succeeds her father Robert Edmund as he retires.
Discovery by German consortium of Gießen, Marburg and Karlsruhe universities relied on Stuttgart’s High Performance Computing Center.
Sixth and final element of infrared constellation set to identify hostile missile launches.
Ireland-based group researching how to reduce shutdowns at renewable energy plants.
Forty-nine laser cutting machines were last week loaded in Hamburg – set for delivery in New York by mid-August.
Space historian Professor Prof. Robert Smith identifies highs (and lows) in the scope’s century-plus countdown.
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