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2002 Clipping Archive

The Coming Year on the Final Frontier
December 23, 2002
msnbc.com

SIRTF is featured in this look ahead at 2003.

Sensing the Hidden Heat of the Universe
December 6, 2002
Science Magazine

Final 'Great Observatory' To Probe the Universe
November 4, 2002
AviationWeek.com

New Speculation Over Space-Rock Moon Mystery
September 11, 2002
Space.com

SIRTF's role in solving the mystery of Kuiper Belt Objects with natural satellites is featured in this article.

Lifting The Veil On Planet Formation
August 27, 2002
Space Daily

Site of the Day
July 18, 2002
Good Housekeeping

SIRTF's Infrared Zoo makes the Site of the Day list.

Found Online
July 2002
Monitor Magazine Online

A writeup of interesting sites, including SIRTF's Infrared Zoo.

Space Observatory To Phone Home Via South African Call Center
June 10, 2002
Space Daily

Space Observatory Phones Home with South African Center
June 10, 2002
JPL Spotlight

More Red Quasars May Loom in the Universe
June 3, 2002
JPL Press Release

Press release about the work of SIRTF astronomer Dr. Mark Lacy.

Hot Sites
June 3, 2002
USA Today

SIRTF's Infrared Zoo makes USA Today's "Hot Sites" list.

Strange, Slow-Spinning Stars Might Harbor Planets
May 3, 2002
space.com

An article about research by a SIRTF team member, Dr. Luisa Rebull, featuring a preview of some of the research to be done by SIRTF.

Strange stars might harbor unseen planets.
May 3, 2002
MSNBC

MSNBC's version of the preceeding article

Teenage Stars: Rebels Without a Known Cause
May 2, 2002
JPL Press Release

Press release about Dr. Luisa Rebull's research.

Lockheed Begins Testing New Infrared SpaceScope For NASA
April 8, 2002
Space Daily

Space Infrared Telescope Facility Mission Status
February 27, 2002
JPL Press Release

SIRTF Telescope Shipped From Ball
February 25, 2002
Space Daily

Infrared Astronomy
February 2, 2002
Netsurfer Science

An article about the IPAC/SSC Education pages (subscription required to view full articles).
"How did a simple thermometer aid in the discovery of infrared radiation? Linda Hermans-Killam answers that question and many more in her wonder filled Infrared Astronomy pages. Did you know that when we finally lifted infrared telescopes into orbit, we discovered more than 200% new infrared light sources in the universe, increasing our inventory to 350,000 objects with just one satellite? Hermans-Killam launches her wonderfully comprehensive site from the hows and whys of seeing infrared light, and she soars from there. The graphics are a real eyeful. You can sense her own love of the subject from the always comprehensible text that never talks down to her readers. Show this woman the invisible and she helps us see the universe."

Infrared Yellowstone
January 31, 2002
Earth Science Picture of the Day

Complex Telescope To Probe IR Universe
January 7, 2002
Aviation Week's www.AviationWeek.com

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