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STScI Apr 18
Looking for a Unity3D Developing opportunity? This one year temporary role is a great opportunity to gain experience! Link to full details and application here:
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John Debes Apr 18
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What a gorgeous nebula!
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John Debes Apr 18
Check out this gorgeous 29th Anniversary image that uses spectroscopy with STIS
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Ori Fox Apr 16
It’s the institutional archive this week. Here is a proceedings from an early workshop on the “next generation space telescope” (aka ) in 1989!
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STScI Apr 17
Today's / colloquium is Scott Sheppard on The Solar System Beyond Pluto. Watch live, 3pm EDT,
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SpaceTelescope Apr 16
What happens after a star explodes? Professor Dan Milisavljevic of vividly describes the ways that these brilliant bursts influence our universe. Tune in Tuesday, April 23 at 8 p.m. EST for the talk :
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STScI Apr 15
As Chief Diversity Officer, you will shape culture to one that promotes diversity, equity and inclusion. Link for job posting and online application
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Shireen Gonzaga Apr 12
A barred owl fledgling--super cute!--being fed by a parent. In the park behind the Space Telescope Science Institute at Baltimore, MD. Barred Owls at STScI 12Apr2019 via
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Sarah Kendrew Apr 12
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Here's a better pic of the Homewood Baby Owl from 's Lenore Koenig.
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STScI Apr 9
Join our team! Our Human Resources Department is seeking an inventive Technical Recruiter to assist with all aspects of the organizations' hiring needs. Apply here:
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Mark McCaughrean Apr 3
Today: // Science Working Group meeting at in Baltimore. Starting with detailed presentations on all the impressive engineering work getting this hugely complex observatory ready for flight 👍🚀🛰
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STScI Apr 3
Today's joint / colloquium is 's on "Nucleosynthesis in Degenerate Objects". Watch live, 3pm EDT,
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STScI Apr 1
Science is an international enterprise and often involves international moves. Meet Julien Girard, an STScI astronomer who has lived in four countries on three continents in pursuit of cosmic knowledge:
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JWST Observer Mar 29
Are you a future Observer? Join STScI for the first JWST Master Class in November and learn all there is to know about our proposal planning tools and help others get ready for science with JWST. Get the details about the class and how to apply:
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STScI Mar 28
Looking for amazing weekend plans? Visit the or this weekend to see “Deep Field: The Impossible Magnitude of Our Universe,” a symphonic film inspired by Hubble’s Deep Field images. Learn more:
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SpaceTelescope Mar 27
Featuring video developed by Office of Public Outreach!
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STScI Mar 27
Do you want to be part of something as expansive as the universe itself? If you are an experienced accounting professional with a background in payroll you could support an amazing community of astronomers and engineers! Find more info here:
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Christoph Deil Mar 21
from explains how is doing open development for the astronomy community via and other packages at . and other upcoming projects - please have a look! (PPT has some videos)
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Julien Girard Mar 21
There are days like Today when I can’t believe I work in such a creative place with unbelievably smart people . Nate Miles just gave an excellent talk about how they’ve analyzed years and years of data specifically to study cosmic rays. Particle physics !
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Gautham Narayan Mar 18
Astro folks! The registration deadline for the workshop on "Enabling Multi-messenger Astrophysics" at is 3/22 (Friday)! Check out the agenda, and the list of great speakers for this & the spring symposium right before!
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