NASA Awards Its Highest Honor to Armenian Astronomer Yervant Terzian

NASA Awards Its Highest Honor to Armenian Astronomer Yervant Terzian

NASA has announced that it will award the Distinguished Public Service Medal, its highest honor, to astronomer Yervant Terzian, the Tisch Distinguished Professor Emeritus. Professor Terzian, is one of the prominent modern astronomers, known in the fields of physics of the interstellar medium, planetary nebulae, galaxies, radio astronomy, and others. He is one of the ArAS Co-Presidents and the Chairman of the Research Council of ANSEF.

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NASA Will Launch Parker Solar Probe a Mission to Touch the Sun early in August

NASA Will Launch Parker Solar Probe a Mission to Touch the Sun Early in August

About a few months ago we have informed you about the mission Parker Solar Probe, better to say a mission to touch the Sun. Early on August Parker Solar Probe near Cape Canaveral, Florida will launch. No earlier than Aug. 6, 2018, a United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy will thunder to space carrying the car-sized spacecraft, which will study the Sun closer than any human-made object ever has.

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Kepler Spacecraft Is Running Very Low NASA Reported

Kepler Spacecraft Is Running Very Low NASA Reported

NASA has a news about Kepler spacecraft  that has been informed last week. It turns out that the spacecraft’s fuel tank is running very low. NASA has placed the spacecraft in a hibernation-like state in preparation to download the data collected in its latest campaign. Once the data has been downloaded, the expectation is to start observations for the next campaign with any remaining fuel.

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