Beth Johnson reviews the documentary “Behind the Name: James Webb Space Telescope”, produced by The JustSpace Alliance on the controversial naming.
What’s Up for the rest of summer includes several planetary occultations, a double moon transit of Jupiter, and Saturn at opposition.
By training a machine learning algorithm on observations of well-documented supernovae, a grad student created artificial supernovae spectra.
CRS-25, SpaceX’s latest resupply mission to the ISS, is currently expected to launch on July 15, carrying the Earth Surface Mineral Dust Source Investigation experiment.
The radio signal of a mysterious object that was spotted by the CHIME radio array went ‘boom boom boom’ like a heartbeat, according to researchers.
This week in rocket history, we look back on the collaborative GEOTAIL mission to study Earth’s magnetic field and on Goddard’s third rocket flight test.
A group of astronomers conducted the largest search yet for exoplanets orbiting pulsars and found ten potential detections, including two promising ones.
Three research papers on Bennu have recently been published as scientists analyze all the data collected by the OSIRIS-REx mission in space.
While we were covering JWST, five rocket launches (and one rocket test oopsy) happened, from SpaceX, Russia, China, Rocket Lab, and Arianespace.
Our excitement over the JWST image release is tempered by the controversy surrounding the selection off James Webb as the name of the telescope.