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  1. STScI To Design Science Operations for New Panoramic Space Telescope

    July 02, 2019Release ID: 2019-39

    STScI is thrilled to be able to help NASA, the science teams, and the astronomical community, in making WFIRST a success.

    Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope illustration
  2. World's Largest Digital Sky Survey Issues Biggest Astronomical Data Release Ever

    January 28, 2019Release ID: 2019-12

    Pan-STARRS releases 1.6 petabytes of data from its four-year survey

    World's Largest Digital Sky Survey Issues Biggest Astronomical Data Release Ever
  3. STScI Astronomers Help Develop and Operate World's Most Powerful Planet Finder

    January 07, 2014Release ID: 2014-08

    Space Telescope Science Institute astronomers have been involved in nearly a decade of development, construction, and testing of the world's most advanced instrument for directly photographing and analyzing...

    STScI Astronomers Help Develop and Operate World's Most Powerful Planet Finder
  4. STScI Astronomers to Head Two Studies of Next Generation Astronomy Missions

    February 15, 2008Release ID: 2008-12

    Two astronomers at the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) in Baltimore, Md., Dr. Marc Postman and Dr. Ken Sembach, have been selected among 19 science teams to conduct year-long studies of new concepts...

    STScI Astronomers to Head Two Studies of Next Generation Astronomy Missions
  5. $10 Million NSF Grant to Fund "National Virtual Observatory"

    October 29, 2001Release ID: 2001-35

    The National Virtual Observatory (NVO) will unite astronomical databases of many earthbound and orbital observatories, taking advantage of the latest computer technology and data storage and analysis techniques....

    Illustration of the connection of many observatories with the "National Virtual Observatory"
  6. New View of Primordial Helium Traces the Structure of Early Universe

    August 09, 2001Release ID: 2001-27

    NASA's Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer (FUSE) satellite has given astronomers their best glimpse yet at the ghostly cobweb of helium gas left over from the big bang, which underlies the universe's structu...

    New View of Primordial Helium Traces the Structure of Early Universe
  7. NASA Selects Home for Next Generation Space Telescope

    June 08, 1998Release ID: 1998-20

    The duties of the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, Md., will be expanded to include the management of science operations for the Next Generation Space Telescope (NGST), NASA officials announced...

    NASA Selects Home for Next Generation Space Telescope
  8. Astronomers Rule Out Starburst Galaxies as Contributing to the Far-Ultraviolet Background

    June 13, 1995Release ID: 1995-28

    Astronomers using the Hopkins Ultraviolet Telescope (HUT), flown aboard the Shuttle ASTRO-2 mission, have been able to exclude one explanation for the mysterious far ultraviolet background radiation that existed...

    Astronomers Rule Out Starburst Galaxies as Contributing to the Far-Ultraviolet Background
  9. Heaviest Known Star Observed from Space

    June 13, 1995Release ID: 1995-27

    Observations with the Hopkins Ultraviolet Telescope (HUT) of the most massive star currently known have revealed new features of its hot outer layers, which are being blown away from the star at speeds of up...

    Heaviest Known Star Observed from Space

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