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ENSCI will be at the IPAC Booth at the 229th AAS meeting in January 2017 Enscibrochure2017_outside Euclid Mon, Dec 12, 2016

ENSCI will be at the IPAC Booth at the 229th AAS meeting on January 3-7, 2017, in Grapevine, Texas.

The Euclid/WFIRST Spitzer Legacy Survey Program Capak_spitzer-proposal Euclid Thu, Oct 13, 2016

The Euclid/WFIRST Spitzer Legacy Survey proposal has been selected for observations in Spitzer GO Cycle 13. The PI is Dr. Peter Capak from IPAC, Caltech, leading an international team of 51 Co-Is. This ambitious program has been awarded 5286 hours of Spitzer Legacy Science Time, the most time awarded in this cycle, and a substantial fraction of the total available time in the remainder of currently planned mission lifetime for Spitzer.

ENSCI Releases Estimator for Astrophysical Background at L2 Milkyway_cobe_big Euclid Thu, Sep 29, 2016

The Euclid NASA Science Center (ENSCI) has released an Estimator for Astrophysical Background at L2. This provides an important tool to Euclid scientists for survey optimization.

BBC Documentary "The Mystery of Dark Energy" Bbc Euclid Thu, Apr 07, 2016

BBC recently released Horizon's new episode, "The Mystery of Dark Energy". Some of the footage from this episode was shot during the Euclid Consortium meeting in Lausanne, Switzerland in June 2015.

How Does a NASA Scientist End Up Working on an ESA Mission? Euclid_spacecraft_illustration Euclid Tue, Mar 01, 2016

I work for NASA, and my salary comes from NASA through Caltech. One of my primary jobs is working on the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Euclid mission, which will launch on a six-year mission to study dark matter and dark energy in 2020. So, how does a NASA scientist end up playing a leading role in an ESA mission? The seeds of my involvement go back more than 15 years.

Euclid-US Teams Euclid_spacecraft_illustration Euclid Thu, Feb 18, 2016

Euclid NASA Science Center at IPAC (ENSCI) has created webpages for all three NASA Euclid Science Investigation Teams, and gathered the recent Euclid-relevant publications from all three teams into a single archive.

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Discovering Our Universe From The Classroom: NASA/IPAC Teacher Research Program Nitarp_2016-2017 News Release Thu, Jan 05, 2017

Once again, more than 50 teachers, students and astronomy educators from the NASA/IPAC Teacher Archive Research Program will be attending the winter meeting of the American Astronomical Society, running from January 3 through January 7 in Grapevine, Texas.

Astronomy Week in Pasadena: October 16-22, 2016 Announcement Mon, Sep 19, 2016

Pasadena Mayor Terry Tornek announced that a coalition of the world’s leading space science and astronomical institutions based in Pasadena are partnering to produce Astronomy Week, October 16-22, 2016. The week-long series of public events, open houses, lectures and other activities celebrates Pasadena’s rich history as an innovative “City of Astronomy.”

The Palomar Transient Factory and IPAC announces the Third Data Release (DR3). Announcement Thu, Sep 01, 2016

The Palomar Transient Factory and IPAC announces the Third Data Release (DR3). This release adds to DR1 and DR2 by including selected g- and R-band data obtained from January 1, 2013 through January 28, 2015.

Spring 2017 IPAC Visiting Graduate Student Fellowship Ipac2016-003_tn Announcement Mon, Jun 20, 2016

The Infrared Processing and Analysis Center at Caltech announces the availability of six-month graduate student fellowships beginning in the Spring of 2017. The program is designed to allow students from other institutions to visit IPAC-Caltech and perform astronomical research in close association with an IPAC staff member during Spring 2017.

Discovering Our Universe from the Classroom: Teacher Program Brings NASA Research to Schools across America Ipac2016-001_tn News Release Wed, Jan 06, 2016

More than 50 teachers, students and astronomy educators from the NASA/IPAC Teacher Archive Research Program (NITARP) will be attending the winter meeting of the American Astronomical Society (AAS).

Galvanized by Genuine Research Experiences, NITARP Program Alumni Flock to International Astronomy Conference Ipac2016-002_tn News Release Wed, Jan 06, 2016

Nine NITARP alumni educators, some of their current students, and a student alumna have all returned this year to AAS, paying their own way to attend the international conference.