Roman Space Telescope

Gravitationally Lensed Supernovae are Another Way to Measure the Expansion of the Universe

Supernova are a fascinating phenomenon and have taught us much about the evolution of stars. The upcoming Nancy Grace Roman…

3 months ago

Nancy Grace Roman Could Find the First Stars in the Universe

The first stars in the Universe were made out of the primordial hydrogen and helium left over from the Big…

4 months ago

There Could be Trillions of Rogue Planets Wandering the Milky Way

A pair of new studies set to be published in The Astronomical Journal examine new discoveries in the field of…

10 months ago

Nancy Grace Roman and Vera Rubin Will be the Perfect Astronomical Partnership

The Vera Rubin Observatory and the Nancy Grace Roman Telescope are two powerful astronomical instruments due to come online in…

11 months ago

Nancy Grace Roman Could Detect Supermassive Dark Stars

Dark stars are hypothetical objects that might have been present in the early Universe before the first stars and even…

11 months 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

Digging Through Kepler Data Turns Up a Near Twin of Jupiter

NASA's Kepler planet-hunting spacecraft was deactivated in November 2018, about ten years after it launched. The mission detected over 5,000…

2 years ago

Nancy Grace Roman Just Passed a Critical Design Review

The Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope just completed it's Mission Critical Design Review, a major milestone on the road to…

3 years ago

Roman Space Telescope Will Also Find Rogue Black Holes

In the past we’ve reported about how the Roman Space Telescope is going to potentially be able to detect hundreds…

3 years ago

Roman Telescope Could Turn up Over 100,000 Planets Through Microlensing

Recently we reported on a haul of 2,200 new exoplanets from the 2 year primary mission of the Transiting Exoplanet…

3 years ago