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The Spitzer Space Telescope sees the universe
in temperature instead of visible light.
Thank you to NASA/JPL for the
use of these great images.
Pasadena's Television of Arts and Culture
"FYI @ JPL"
Featuring an interview with Michael W. Werner, Spitzer Space Telescope Project Scientist
and Chief Scientist of Astronomy and Physics at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Michael W. Werner
is the head of the Spitzer team that conceived, designed,
launched and now maintains the world's first infrared space telescope.
His explanations shed some (light? heat?) on the information
being received from the space telescope that has given
the science community and the entire world spectacular images of our universe
that most people would have never imagined.
See and hear the in-depth interview and view some very impressive and
inspiring NASA/JPL animations of the telescope's images
of the distant reaches of our universe, along
with original music written and performed by Michael Durand,
all on an upcoming episode of
Pasadena's Television of Arts and Culture.
Click here for program schedule.
If you're curious about the universe around you, click on
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