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NASA’s Roman Mission Gets Cosmic ‘Sneak Peek’ From Supercomputers

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Researchers are diving into a synthetic universe to help us better understand the real one. Using supercomputers at the U.S.…

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New Images From Euclid Mission Reveal Wide View of the Dark Universe

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With NASA contributions, the mission will complement dark energy studies to be made by the agency’s upcoming Nancy Grace Roman…

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NASA Tool Gets Ready to Image Faraway Planets

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A technology demo on the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope will help increase the variety of distant planets scientists can…

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Ken Carpenter: Ensuring Top-Tier Science from Moon to Stars

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Today, Ken Carpenter is a scientist for NASA’s Hubble and Roman space telescopes, but in 1967 he was just a…

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How NASA’s Roman Mission Will Hunt for Primordial Black Holes

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Astronomers have discovered black holes ranging from a few times the Sun’s mass to tens of billions. Now a group…

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NASA’s Roman Space Telescope’s ‘Eyes’ Pass First Vision Test

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Engineers at L3Harris Technologies in Rochester, New York, have combined all 10 mirrors for NASA’s Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope.…

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How NASA’s Roman Telescope Will Measure Ages of Stars

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Guessing your age might be a popular carnival game, but for astronomers it’s a real challenge to determine the ages…

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NASA’s Roman Team Selects Survey to Map Our Galaxy’s Far Side

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NASA’s Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope team has announced plans for an unprecedented survey of the plane of our Milky…

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NASA’s Roman to Use Rare Events to Calculate Expansion Rate of Universe

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Astronomers investigating one of the most pressing mysteries of the cosmos – the rate at which the universe is expanding…

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