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Spitzer Press Releases: Science Releases

Click to open 'This Planet Tastes Funny,' According to Spitzer Telescope (21 April 2010)
Click to open Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust: Chandra/Spitzer Image (29 March 2010)
Click to open NASA's Spitzer Unearths Primitive Black Holes (17 March 2010)
Click to open Galaxy Exposes its Dusty Inner Workings in New Spitzer Image (05 January 2010)
Click to open Centuries-Old Star Mystery Coming to a Close (05 January 2010)
Click to open Spitzer Telescope Observes Baby Brown Dwarf (23 November 2009)
Click to open NASA Space Telescope Discovers Largest Ring Around Saturn (06 October 2009)
Click to open NASA's Spitzer Spots Clump of Swirling Planetary Material (23 September 2009)
Click to open Space Telescopes Find Trigger-Happy Star Formation (12 August 2009)
Click to open Planet Smash-Up Sends Vaporized Rock, Hot Lava Flying (10 August 2009)
Click to open NASA's Spitzer Sees the Cosmos Through 'Warm' Infrared Eyes (05 August 2009)
Click to open Baby Stars Finally Found in Jumbled Galactic Center (10 June 2009)
Click to open Spitzer Catches Star Cooking Up Comet Crystals (13 May 2009)
Click to open NASA's Spitzer Telescope Warms up to New Career (06 May 2009)
Click to open Cool Stars Have Different Mix of Life-Forming Chemicals (07 April 2009)
Click to open Hearts of Galaxies Close in for Cosmic Train Wreck (16 March 2009)
Click to open NASA's Great Observatories Celebrate International Year of Astronomy (10 February 2009)
Click to open Astronomers Observe Planet with Wild Temperature Swings (28 January 2009)
Click to open Dead Stars Tell Story of Planet Birth (05 January 2009)
Click to open Astronomers Find the Two Dimmest Stellar Bulbs (10 December 2008)
Click to open Rivers of Gas Flow Around Stars in New Space Image (08 December 2008)
Click to open Dusty Shock Waves Generate Planet Ingredients (11 November 2008)
Click to open Closest Planetary System Hosts Two Asteroid Belts (27 October 2008)
Click to open NASA's Spitzer Gets Sneak Peek Inside Comet Holmes (13 October 2008)
Click to open Infrared Echoes give NASA's Spitzer a Supernova Flashback (01 October 2008)
Click to open Generations of Stars Pose for Family Portrait (22 August 2008)
Click to open Spitzer Reveals 'No Organics' Zone Around Pinwheel Galaxy (21 July 2008)
Click to open Brightest Star in the Galaxy has New Competition (15 July 2008)
Click to open Rare 'Star-Making Machine' Found In Distant Universe (10 July 2008)
Click to open Two of the Milky Way's Spiral Arms Go Missing (03 June 2008)
Click to open Scientists Hold Séance for Supernova (29 May 2008)
Click to open Strange Ring Found Circling Dead Star (28 May 2008)
Click to open Spitzer Finds Organics and Water Where New Planets May Grow (13 March 2008)
Click to open Many, Perhaps Most, Nearby Sun-Like Stars May Form Rocky Planets (17 February 2008)
Click to open Astronomers Eye Ultra-Young, Bright Galaxy in Early Universe (12 February 2008)
Click to open NASA Unveils Cosmic Images Book in Braille for Blind Readers (15 January 2008)
Click to open Even Thin Galaxies Can Grow Fat Black Holes (10 January 2008)
Click to open 10,000 Earths' Worth of Fresh Dust Found Near Star Explosion (20 December 2007)
Click to open Embryonic Star Captured with Jets Flaring (29 November 2007)
Click to open Astronomers Say Moons Like Ours Are Uncommon (20 November 2007)
Click to open Missing Black Hole Report: Hundreds Found! (25 October 2007)
Click to open Astronomers Find Dust in the Wind of Black Holes (09 October 2007)
Click to open NASA Space Telescopes Find 'Lego-Block' Galaxies in Early Universe (06 September 2007)
Click to open Water Vapor Seen 'Raining Down' on Young Star System (29 August 2007)
Click to open NASA's Spitzer Spies Monster Galaxy Pileup (06 August 2007)
Click to open NASA's Spitzer Finds Water Vapor on Hot, Alien Planet (11 July 2007)
Click to open NASA Space Telescope Gives Scientists Depth Perception (30 May 2007)
Click to open Spitzer Nets Thousands of Galaxies in a Giant Cluster (28 May 2007)
Click to open NASA Finds Extremely Hot Planet, Makes First Exoplanet Weather Map (09 May 2007)
Click to open Astronomers Map Out Planetary Danger Zone (18 April 2007)
Click to open Mystery Spiral Arms Explained? (10 April 2007)
Click to open NASA Telescope Finds Planets Thrive Around Stellar Twins (29 March 2007)
Click to open NASA's Spitzer First To Crack Open Light of Faraway Worlds (21 February 2007)
Click to open Comets Clash at Heart of Helix Nebula (12 February 2007)
Click to open Famous Space Pillars Feel the Heat of Star's Explosion (09 January 2007)
Click to open NASA Telescope Picks Up Glow of Universe's First Objects (18 December 2006)
Click to open NASA's Spitzer Peels Back Layers of Star's Explosion (26 October 2006)
Click to open NASA's Spitzer Sees Day and Night on Exotic World (12 October 2006)
Click to open Planet-Forming Disks Might Put the Brakes on Stars (24 July 2006)
Click to open NASA's Spitzer Finds Hints of Planet Birth Around Dead Star (05 April 2006)
Click to open NASA's Spitzer Makes Hot Alien World the Closest Directly Detected (21 February 2006)
Click to open NASA's Spitzer Finds Violent Galaxies Smothered in 'Crushed Glass' (15 February 2006)
Click to open NASA's Spitzer Uncovers Hints of Mega Solar Systems (08 February 2006)
Click to open NASA's Spitzer Finds Possible Comet Dust Around Dead Star (11 January 2006)
Click to open Spitzer Captures Our Galaxy's Bustling Center (10 January 2006)
Click to open Mystery Solved: High-Energy Fireworks Linked to Massive Star Cluster (09 January 2006)
Click to open Partial Ingredients for DNA and Protein Found Around Star (20 December 2005)
Click to open Scientists See Light that May Be from First Objects in Universe (02 November 2005)
Click to open NASA's Spitzer Finds Failed Stars May Succeed in Planet Business (20 October 2005)
Click to open NASA Finds 'Big Baby' Galaxies in Newborn Universe (27 September 2005)
Click to open NASA's Spitzer and Deep Impact Build Recipe for Comet Soup (07 September 2005)
Click to open NASA's Spitzer Finds Hidden, Hungry Black Holes (03 August 2005)
Click to open Spitzer Finds Life Components in Young Universe (28 July 2005)
Click to open NASA's Spitzer Captures Echo of Dead Star's Rumblings (09 June 2005)
Click to open NASA's Spitzer Telescope Sees Signs of Alien Asteroid Belt (20 April 2005)
Click to open NASA's Spitzer Marks Beginning of New Age of Planetary Science (22 March 2005)
Click to open NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope Exposes Dusty Galactic Hideouts (01 March 2005)
Click to open Astronomers Discover Beginnings of 'Mini' Solar System (07 February 2005)
Click to open Spitzer Finds Stellar 'Incubators' with Massive Star Embryos (12 January 2005)
Click to open New Clues Found in Ongoing Mystery of Giant Galactic Blobs (11 January 2005)
Click to open Spitzer Sees Dusty Aftermath of Pluto-Sized Collision (10 January 2005)
Click to open Spitzer and Hubble Capture Evolving Planetary Systems (09 December 2004)
Click to open Spitzer Sees Ice and Warm Glows in Dark and Dusty Places (09 November 2004)
Click to open Astronomers Discover Planet Building Is Big Mess (18 October 2004)
Click to open Newfound Star Cluster May Be Final Milky Way 'Fossil' (12 October 2004)
Click to open Spitzer Arrives at Scene of Galactic Collision (07 September 2004)
Click to open Spitzer Spies Parallelogram-Shaped Galactic Meal (01 June 2004)
Click to open Spitzer Leads NASA's Great Observatories To Uncover Black Holes, Other Hidden Objects (01 June 2004)
Click to open Spitzer Space Telescope Sets Infrared Eyes on Dark Matter (31 May 2004)
Click to open Raw Ingredients for Life Detected in Planetary Construction Zones (27 May 2004)
Click to open Most Distant Object in Solar System Discovered (15 March 2004)


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