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Use your creativity and expertise for supporting STScI as well as individual mission and project outreach sites. Learn more about this role or apply here:
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Susan E. Mullally Jun 18
How do you know which TESS data is available in the MAST archive? The TESS Data Availability link is now on the MAST TESS page.
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Max Mutchler Jun 15
Also, students don’t have to leave astronomy just because they didn’t get a PhD and tenure. We have dozens of BS and MS holders making space telescopes happen over long and stable careers , yet few students are aware of or preparing for these very valid career paths.
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JWST Observer Jun 13
Before you leave , stop by STScI booth to explore a protoplanetary disk or throw stars into a black hole on WebbVR, our virtual experience. No rocket required!
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STScI Jun 12
Today in the exhibit hall at our astronomers and educators are helping students explore the nature of light and color, learn how telescopes break down light, and understand what that information tells us about objects in space!
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Max Mutchler Jun 12
If you are at , stop by the booth and ask about our Senior Research and Instrument Analyst (RIA) job posting. We hire RIAs at all levels, but a PhD and spectroscopic experience is preferred for this one. Applications due July 12.
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STScI Jun 11
WFIRST’s CGI instrument will PROPEL the way for future observatories doing exoplanet science with state-of-the-art coronagraphs! Learn how by joining Chris Stark for a lighting talk at the STScI booth at from 5:30-6:60 p.m.
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STScI Jun 11
Tonight: Learn how the teams behind WFIRST will COMPLIMENT and coordinate with other observatories to conduct large surveys in the 2020s. Listen to a lighting talk by Peter Capak at the STScI booth from 5:30-6:60 p.m.
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STScI Jun 11
WFIRST’s Deep Fields, which will be 100 times larger than the Hubble Ultra Deep Field, will immediately be available to the community, DEMOCRATIZING data access.! Learn more at a talk by Anton Koekemoer at the STScI booth from 5:30-6:60 p.m.
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STScI Jun 11
The sheer abundance of WFIRST data will enable researchers to EXPLORE their areas of expertise with ease. Join Andrea Bellini for a lighting talk to learn how this mission fits in with your research at the STScI booth from 5:30-6:60 p.m.
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STScI Jun 11
Join us TONIGHT for lightning talks about WFIRST! Russell Ryan will focus on how WFIRST will EXPAND our community’s capabilities due to the WFI instrument’s large field of view. . Find a seat the STScI booth from 5:30-6:60 p.m.
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STScI Jun 11
Want to explore a protoplanetary disk or throw stars into a black hole? Join us at the STScI booth to don VR glasses and enjoy the WebbVR experience!
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JWST Observer Jun 11
Stop by the STScI booth during to provide feedback on your data analysis software tools and training needs. It only takes a few minutes to complete the online survey and help us plan for JWST science.
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STScI Jun 11
Hear a series of lightning talks tonight at the STScI booth from 5:30-6:30 p.m. to learn about the extraordinary scientific capabilities and opportunities the Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST) will provide in the mid-2020s!
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STScI Jun 10
Attend the Town Hall at 7:30 p.m. to learn about the status of STScI’s missions and data archives, and new opportunities designed to advance astrophysics into the 2020s. Come early and stay for the Q&A!
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JWST Observer Jun 10
Don’t miss the STScI booth at in St. Louis, MO. We’ll feature demos on APT and ETC to help you get ready for Cycle 1. You can also pick up the updated JWST Pocket Guide and take time to explore WebbVR, our JWST virtual experience.
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STScI Jun 10
Join STScI at to learn about the Hubble, Webb, and WFIRST missions, including demonstrations of support tools for proposing and observing. Stick around for the AR, VR, and touchscreen demonstrations! Details:
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Johanna Jun 4
has been announced! :D 🦀 Mark your calendars for October 14-15, 2019. Thanks to for hosting and the SOC and LOC members for taking leadership in this effort.
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STScI May 31
We’re seeking a Science Visuals Developer! Use your creativity, design experience and astronomical knowledge to produce graphics and other visuals! To learn more or apply to this role, visit:
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STScI May 30
Want to know how the astronomy sequences were created for ’s “Deep Field: The Impossible Magnitude of Our Universe” with ? Read how our team of astronomers, visualization and imaging specialists, and designers did it:
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