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When we look at our planet, look for life, or direct a rover to look at itself, we see ourselves in new ways.
Amateur image processor Judy Schmidt explains the process of creating gorgeous views of the cosmos from infrared data from the WISE telescope.
NEOWISE has reawakened to discover many more asteroids and comets. The mission leader thanks the amateur astronomers who follow up on these discoveries.
Bill Nye, Bruce Betts, Mat Kaplan, Meteorite Man Geoffrey Notkin and stars of planetary science at the Planetary Defense Conference public event in Flagstaff.
This week I'll be talking with NEOWISE principal investigator Amy Mainzer about moving objects that the WISE mission has spotted both inside and outside our solar system.
The next thing needed by both the small bodies science community and people interested in human exploration is a space-based telescope capable of surveying (and following up on) near-Earth space for asteroids that, for a variety of reasons, haven't been found yet.
Here are some of the noteworthy items from the morning's session on
Look at the center of this star-studded image and you'll find an emerald green dot.
I'm pleased to point out that the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer mission (WISE) has started an
Today the Wide-field Survey Explorer (WISE) team released a small album of beautiful astrophotos.
Having discovered its first asteroid on January 12, Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) has now officially discovered its first comet, P/2010 B2 (WISE).
The Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) just took its lens cap off on December 29, and posted its
Congratulations are due to the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) team on their lovely
It was worth my while to get up at 5:15 my time this morning -- I saw a flawless launch of a Delta II from Vandenberg Air Force Base, carrying the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) into orbit.