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  1. Dr. John F. Wu Receives 2024 Maryland Outstanding Young Scientist Award

    May 15, 2024Release ID: 2024-019

    The OYS award was established in 1959 to honor distinguished scientists 35 years old or younger working in academia.

    A man at image center with many green shrubs and trees in the background.
  2. NASA's Roman Space Telescope Could Help Researchers Detect the Universe’s First Stars

    May 09, 2024Release ID: 2024-204

    Tidal disruption events offer an opportunity to locate the elusive stars.

    An illustration of a star being torn apart by a black hole.
  3. How NASA's Roman Telescope Will Measure Ages of Stars

    April 04, 2024Release ID: 2024-203

    Roman will separate young, quickly rotating stars from older, more slowly rotating stars.

    Our Sun as an orange globe with small, dark sunspots on its surface
  4. NASA Awards Astrophysics Postdoctoral Fellowships for 2024

    April 02, 2024Release ID: 2024-016

    Each fellowship provides the awardee up to three years of support at a U.S. institution.  

    The class of 2024 NHFP Fellows are shown in this photo montage (top to bottom, left to right): The Hubble Fellows (seen in the red hexagons) are: Michael Calzadilla, Sanskriti Das, Yue Hu, Wynn Jacobson-Galan, Madeleine McKenzie, Jed McKinney, Andrew Saydjari, Peter Senchyna, Raphael Skalidis and Adam Smercina. The Einstein Fellows (seen in the blue hexagons) are: Vishal Baibhav, Jordy Davelaar, Alexander Dittmann, Cristhian Garcia-Quintero, Amelia (Lia) Hankla and Keefe Mitman. The Sagan Fellows (seen in green hexagons) are: Jaren Ashcraft, Kiersten Boley, Cheng-Han Hsieh, Rafael Luque, Sarah Moran, Shangjia Zhang, Lily Zhao and Sebastian Zieba.
  5. NASA's Roman to Use Rare Events to Calculate Expansion Rate of Universe

    February 07, 2024Release ID: 2024-202

    Lensed supernovae offer precise, independent measurement

    A field of galaxies on the black background of space. Some are blue and white, others glow yellow. In the middle of the field is a cluster of five yellowish spiral and elliptical galaxies that form a foreground galaxy cluster. There is one spiral galaxy just below the cluster that has a yellow-whiteish core and is surrounded by diffuse blue material. This galaxy is outlined by a white box, and lines extend from the box’s corners that leads to an enlarged view at the right. Four arrows point at yellow faint points of light that circle the central glow of the galaxy.
  6. NASA's Roman to Search for Signs of Dark Matter Clumps

    January 17, 2024Release ID: 2024-201

    The Roman Space Telescope’s fine resolution and panoramic views will allow researchers to examine streams of stars pulled from globular star clusters.

    An illustration of the Andromeda galaxy takes up about one third of the view. A few irregularly shaped lines representing globular cluster streams are present. Some globular cluster streams are shown with gaps.
  7. Dr. Jennifer Lotz Appointed Space Telescope Science Institute Director

    November 01, 2023Release ID: 2023-401

    Dr. Lotz will begin her five-year appointment as STScI Director starting February 12, 2024.

    A woman with shoulder-length, dark hair wearing a white shirt and dark blue blazer, with a natural background of plants behind her
  8. STScI Appoints New Mission Head for the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope

    September 20, 2023Release ID: 2023-202

    Dr. Kristen McQuinn will assume her new role in January 2024.

    A portrait of a smiling woman with shoulder-length brown hair, wearing glasses and a dark long-sleeved shirt, with her arms crossed.
  9. Astronomers are Reducing Satellite Interference in Hubble Images

    June 05, 2023Release ID: 2023-017

    Earth-Orbiting Objects Leave the Equivalent of "Scratch Marks" on Space Photos

    A large pair of colliding galaxies, sporting long tails of blue stars and gas emanating from each galaxy, is shown at the center of a primarily dark background. The trail of an artificial satellite is seen as the bright white band running across the top of the galaxies diagonally from the middle-left of the image towards the upper-right corner of the image.
  10. NASA Awards Astrophysics Postdoctoral Fellowships for 2023

    April 04, 2023Release ID: 2023-013

    The NHFP fosters excellence and leadership in NASA astrophysics by supporting some of the most promising and innovative young astrophysicists.

    This photo montage shows the 24 Fellows of the class of 2023 NASA Hubble Fellowship Program. Einstein Fellows are shown in the 9 blue hexagons on the left side. Hubble Fellows are shown in the 8 yellow hexagons in the middle. Sagan Fellows are shown in the 7 red hexagons on the right side.
  11. Barbara Mikulski Donates Space Collection to Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore

    August 09, 2022Release ID: 2022-036

    Mikulski is a long-time supporter of the Hubble and Webb Space Telescopes

    Photo of Barbara Mikulski with two framed mementos from her space collection
  12. New Images Using Data From Retired Telescopes Reveal Hidden Features

    June 16, 2022Release ID: 2022-027

    The stunning perspectives show four of our galactic neighbors in a different light. 

    tendrils of red, green and blue with a prominent red patch at lower left
  13. NASA Awards Postdoctoral Fellowships for 2022

    March 25, 2022Release ID: 2022-022

    The NHFP exemplifies NASA's pursuit of excellence in astrophysics through support of some of the world's most promising and innovative young astrophysicists.

    NASA Hubble Fellowship Program thumb
  14. 1,000-Light-Year-Wide Bubble Surrounding Earth Is Source of All Nearby, Young Stars

    January 12, 2022Release ID: 2022-006

    For the first time, astronomers have retraced the history of our galactic neighborhood, showing exactly how the young stars nearest to our solar system formed.

    Local Bubble's Star-forming Regions
  15. Our Milky Way May Be More Fluffy, Less Wiry

    December 16, 2021Release ID: 2021-061

    New research shows a section of the outer Milky Way is more clumpy, less well-organized than previously thought

    Milky Way Perseus arm's perceived location versus actual


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