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Extraordinary Video From NASA's Juno Mission

22nd Jul, 2021

NASA's Juno Spacecraft has been flying around Jupiter since 2016 and has given us views of Jupiter that are the most stunning ever taken of the largest planet in our solar system

Goodbye Spitzer Space Telescope! Was it Worth It? Whats Going to Happen To It?

29th Jan, 2020

NASA will shut down one of its most prolific space telescopes this week. The Spitzer Space Telescope will be decommissioned on Jan 30, 2020

JWST Mission Confident of March 2021 Launch Tony Gets a Call From NASA

15th Jan, 2020

At a town hall held on the first day of AAS meeting, NASA program managers and scientists express confidence that the James Webb Space Telescope will launch as currently scheduled in March 2021. Also, I got more feedback from my JWST reporting, this

What Happens to Jupiter Saturn Neptune When Our Sun Dies

14th Dec, 2019

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NASAs Role in JWST Problems The First Telescopes on the Far Side of the Moon

7th Dec, 2019

Please check out the wonderful Mova Globes Here: I have some further comments about some SFN feedback I got on my last JWST Video and in addition to that, it looks like we finally have some telescopes operating on the far side

The Case for the Carl Sagan Space Telescope

16th Nov, 2019

Some astronomers are building a case to launch a space telescope in honor of Carl Sagan