A University of Central Florida researcher will be using the newly constructed Two-meter Twin Telescope (TTT) in the Canary Islands, Spain, to study metal-rich M-type asteroids.
FSI Scientist Noemi Pinilla-Alonso has been invited to participate in the Stories of Strength, Struggle, and Success discussion as a panelist as part of Mayor Demings Women’s History Month Forum.
The screening will be the Florida premiere of the film that tells the story of the rise, the fall and the future of what was once one of the world’s most powerful radio telescopes.
The finding defies the current understanding of the physics behind ring formation. By Katrina Cabansay | February 8, 2023 A University of Central Florida researcher has helped identify a ring around a …
The work helps to demonstrate a new way to use the space telescope and opens the door to an advanced means of characterizing small objects in the distant solar system. …
Join us for the Spring 2023 Seminar Series about regional diversity in space research!
Overview FSI is excited to announce the CLASS Graduate Seminar for Spring 2023. It will feature lectures from leading international researchers about ices in the solar system in the James …
Lunar landing pads will have to keep people and equipment from being sandblasted by moon dust and particles traveling at more than 10,000 miles per hour as a rocket takes off or lands.
Space debris can endanger spacecraft and damage satellites that are critical to everything from communication to GPS, air traffic control, surveillance and national security.
Join us for the Fall 2022 Seminar Series about space research at the University of Central Florida!