SwRI News Releases

Rosetta data reveals more surprises about comet 67P
Coma composition varies significantly over time
[Thursday, January 22, 2015]

SwRI scientists develop solar observatory for use on suborbital manned space missions
SSIPP will be on exhibit at AGU fall meeting
[Thursday, December 11, 2014]

NASA’S New Horizons spacecraft set to wake up for Pluto encounter
New Horizons will awaken from hibernation for the last time this December
[Thursday, November 13, 2014]

SwRI-led team telescope effort reveals asteroid’s size for the first time
Scientists also discover Patroclus-Menoetius asteroid has a non-spherical shape
[Monday, November 10, 2014]

Citizen scientists help SwRI researchers perform astronomy research
$1 million grant to fund citizen astronomers in rural communities of Western U.S.
[Thursday, October 23, 2014]

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