Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope

Roman Could Finally Tell Us if Primordial Black Holes Exist

When the Universe erupted into existence with the Big Bang, all of its matter was compressed into a tiny area.…

4 months ago

How Can We Bring Down the Costs of Large Space Telescopes?

We're all basking in the success of the James Webb Space Telescope. It's fulfilling its promise as our most powerful…

6 months ago

If Rogue Planets are Everywhere, How Could We Explore Them?

A new study estimates there could be hundreds of rogue planets nearby that we could explore for signs of extraterrestrial…

7 months ago

ESA's Euclid Mission is Off to Explore the Dark Universe

The Euclid space telescope, the ESA's next-generation astrophysics mission, was successfully launched to space!

8 months ago

Two New Space Telescopes Will Bring Dark Energy Into Focus

The ESA's Euclid and NASA's Nancy Grace Roman space telescope will work together to resolve the mystery of cosmic expansion!

8 months ago

A Rogue Earth and Neptune Might Have Been Found in Older Data

Scientists have found what appear to be rogue planets hidden in old survey data. Their results are starting to define…

11 months ago

It Would Take Hubble 85 Years to Match What Nancy Grace Roman Will See in 63 Days

A NASA-led team of researchers created a simulation that demonstrates what the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope will see.

1 year ago

Nancy Grace Roman Will be Launching on a Falcon Heavy Rocket

NASA has announced that SpaceX will be launching the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope in 2026!

2 years ago

NASA’s Roman Mission Might Tell Us if the Universe Will Tear Itself Apart in the Future

NASA's Nancy Gracy Roman Space Telescope won't launch until 2027, and it won't start operating until some time after that.…

2 years ago

Nancy Grace Roman Telescope Will do its Own, Wide-Angle Version of the Hubble Deep Field

Remember the Hubble Space Telescope's Deep Field and Ultra-Deep Field images? Those images showed everyone that what appears to be…

2 years ago