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Spitzer Press Releases: Image Releases

Click to open NASA's Great Observatories Celebrate International Year of Astronomy (10 November 2009)
Click to open NASA's Spitzer Images Out-of-this-World Galaxy (23 July 2009)
Click to open M33: A Close Neighbor Reveals its True Size and Splendor (03 April 2009)
Click to open Generations of Stars Pose for Family Portrait (08 October 2008)
Click to open Spitzer Captures Stellar Coming of Age in Our Galaxy (03 June 2008)
Click to open Spitzer Sees Shining Stellar Sphere (10 April 2008)
Click to open Spitzer Catches Young Stars in Their Baby Blanket of Dust (11 February 2008)
Click to open The Seven Sisters Pose for Spitzer -- and for You! (12 April 2007)
Click to open Spitzer and Hubble Create Colorful Masterpiece (07 November 2006)
Click to open Snake on a Galactic Plane! (27 October 2006)
Click to open The Eternal Life of Stardust Portrayed in New NASA Image (31 August 2006)
Click to open NASA's Spitzer Digs Up Troves of Possible Solar Systems in Orion (14 August 2006)
Click to open Andromeda Adrift in Sea of Dust in New NASA Image (05 June 2006)
Click to open Spitzer Telescope Sees Trail of Comet Crumbs (10 May 2006)
Click to open Galaxies Don Mask of Stars in New Spitzer Image (26 April 2006)
Click to open Galaxy on Fire! NASA's Spitzer Reveals Stellar Smoke (16 March 2006)
Click to open A Shocking Surprise in Stephan's Quintet (02 March 2006)
Click to open Beautiful Chaos of Star Birth (15 November 2005)
Click to open Spitzer Captures Cosmic Mountains of Creation (09 November 2005)
Click to open Lady in Red: Andromeda Galaxy Shines in Spitzer's Eyes (13 October 2005)
Click to open Spitzer Captures Fruits of Massive Stars' Labors (30 May 2005)
Click to open Hats Off to Space Day from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope (04 May 2005)
Click to open NASA and the Universe Send a Celestial Valentine (11 February 2005)
Click to open First Peek at Spitzer's Legacy: Mysterious Whirlpool Galaxy (05 November 2004)
Click to open 'Galactic Ghoul' Rears Its Spooky Head (28 October 2004)
Click to open Great Observatories May Unravel 400-Year-Old Supernova Mystery (06 October 2004)
Click to open Dying Star Goes Out With a Ring (09 August 2004)
Click to open Seeing Double: Spitzer Captures Our Galaxy's Twin (28 June 2004)
Click to open Spitzer Shares the Wealth (11 May 2004)
Click to open Invisible Giants Exposed in New Spitzer Image (13 April 2004)
Click to open NASA Creates Portrait of Life and Death in the Universe (08 March 2004)
Click to open Spitzer Telescope Sends Rose for Valentine's Day (12 February 2004)
Click to open Stormy Cloud of Star Birth Glows in New Spitzer Image (13 January 2004)
Click to open NASA Releases Dazzling Images from New Space Telescope (18 December 2003)


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