New Jobs, they are a coming…

We hate hate hate to vague blog, but… we’re still finalizing paperwork so vague blogging it is. As we announced back in September, we have been selected by NASA to receive a cooperative agreement that will support the science and educational parts of CosmoQuest for (if all goes well) the next 5 years with the […]

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February 2016 Infographics

Here’s your latest issue of What’s Up Tonight? Interesting Astronomy Objects this month! ‪#‎KtSeery‬ ‪#‎WhatsUpTonight‬   Here’s your latest issue of What’s New? Your Monthly Astronomy News. ‪#‎KtSeery‬ ‪#‎WhatsNew‬   For more information on these stories: Planet 9: http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/planetx/indepth Post ‪#‎Blizzard2016‬ View: http://www.nasa.gov/…/nasa-sees-major-winter-storm-headed-f… 30 Years since Uranus: http://www.nasa.gov/…/voyager-mission-celebrates-30-years-s… Pluto’s Ice Volcano: http://www.nasa.gov/…/possible-ice-volcano-on-pluto-has-the… Luminous Galaxy ripping itself apart: […]

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January 2016 Infographics

Here’s your latest issue of What’s New? Your Monthly Astronomy News. #KtSeery For more information on these stories: HST and Spitzer faint galaxy: http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/2015/45/image/a/ Ceres’ salt flat: http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news.php?feature=4785 Reflected visible light from exoplanet: http://www.eso.org/public/news/eso1517/?utm_medium=SocialSignIn&utm_source=Facebook Pluto hi-res color photos: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/pluto-s-close-up-now-in-color ALMA diffuse gas: http://almaobservatory.org/en/press-room/press-releases/905-alma-detects-most-tenuous-molecular-gas-ever-observed NuSTAR clumpy doughnut: http://www.nasa.gov/feature/jpl/nustar-finds-cosmic-clumpy-doughnut-around-black-hole   Here’s your latest issue of What’s Up Tonight? Interesting […]

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What's New? December 2015

Infographic for 2015 December

editor’s note from Pamela: We’re bringing you a new voice; Katie Seery will be bringing her awesome infographics to the CosmoQuest community. Katie is a graduate student at the Rochester Institute of Technology. When she isn’t communicating science through her words and graphics, she is working on the development of Si-MOSFET CMOS Technology for THz […]

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Moon Bounce

Things have perhaps gotten a little quiet around here. While we know we will be receiving a grant from NASA, we’re not sure when we’ll receive it, and until then we’re continuing on skeleton funding (and skeleton staffing) to keep everything moving forward. One of the things we’ve been working hard to keep going are […]

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CosmoQuest is a partnership of numerous institutions around the globe and
is produced at the STEM Center at SIUE.
To find out how your organization can get involved, email getinvolved (at) cosmoquest org.