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Revealing the Universe With Infrared


Online Public

Type: Special Event

Held on: Oct 14, 2020 (Wed) at 03:00 PM to Oct 14, 2020 (Wed) at 04:00 PM

Online Location: NASA Online

Speaker: Brandon Rodriguez and Jose Siles


Event Coordinator: John McLaren


NASA experts will discuss how we use non-visible light to explore the universe. Our focus will be on infrared astronomy and the upcoming ASTHROS mission, a balloon-based telescope that will study star-forming regions in the Milky Way galaxy in far-infrared light. JPL education specialist Brandon Rodriguez will be joined by mission engineer Jose Siles for a presentation about how NASA is using infrared light to reveal the hidden universe around us.

The live broadcast will also include a Q&A for registered participants. 

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