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.
Alex McGrath just published an article on the #HumanComputers! Computers at Work: Astronomical labor at the HCO at the turn of the century. https://t.co/uvdbXnnEEv Transcribe logbooks of these pioneering women and help them and get credit for their work! https://t.co/3SkfXRTrPI
And thanks to the Star Songs: From X-Rays to Music project, https://t.co/wC9frB2xAl, for allowing us to use their cool "Blues Hydra" music as background for the #ProjectPHaEDRA #BehindtheScenes videos! #sonification #Astronomy #composition #newmusic
Want to learn more about the work that goes into getting @ProjectPHaEDRA collections into the transcription center? Check out a new behind-the-scenes video from their staff! https://t.co/n1n0AuN6R9 💫⭐️