The Hubble Space Telescope brings us more evidence for water vapor plumes on Europa;
Cassini takes a historic dive through the narrow gap between the planet Saturn and its rings, returning images for its closest look at Saturn's atmosphere;
NASA's Kennedy Space Center shared a few videos explaining all about CubeSats;
NASA profiles Anna Fisher, who retired from NASA after a career that stretched from the beginnings of the space shuttle program through International Space Station and into the design of the Orion spacecraft; and
NASA's OSIRS-REx searches for Earth's elusive Trojan asteroids when the spacecraft passes by Earth's L4 Lagrange point, en route to asteroid Bennu in 2018.
"Mapping the Heavens," a CfA Observatory Night talk, given by Priyamvada Natarajan, Yale University.
New projects are online! Transcribe the words and works of Henrietta Swan Leavitt, Annie Jump Cannon, and Cecilia Payne, women who made breakthrough contributions to the field of astronomy. #ProjectPHaEDRA #womeninscience https://t.co/3SkfXRTrPI
@Harvard @DainaBouquin @saoastro AND: There's a program to archive the notebooks of the Harvard computers. This was groundbreaking work in its time, and we have no way to find (or reference) it. https://t.co/GHRDblpJWa
DID YOU KNOW: The first Astronomy Phd from @Harvard was awarded to Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin (first, not only first female). She was blocked from other universities and departments based on her sex. Lunchtime #dotAstro talks with @DainaBouquin of @SAOastro. https://t.co/QG7bLpy5lV
Thank you for supporting @ProjectPHaEDRA! If you'd like to read more about early #astronomy done at the #CfA and @Harvard check out our #CfALibrary blog: https://t.co/r8tUxhYOgT https://t.co/2KCuuAssJW