SETI Scientist Peter Jenniskens Helps Locate Meteorite in Rare Find
On June 2, 2018, the University of Arizona's Catalina Sky Survey detected a small asteroid, too small to pose a threat to Earth as it was expected to disintegrate in the atmosphere.
Girls Reach for the Stars with SETI Institute and NASA Program
Two young women in Pomeroy, Washington are enjoying a unique opportunity to pursue their astronomical aspirations with the Girl Scouts of America, according to a local news source.
New Horizons Awake and Approaching Ultima Thule
Recently revived after a five-month scheduled hibernation, NASA’s New Horizons is preparing for its encounter with the farthest world explored yet by humankind.
New Award Honors SETI Institute Scientist, Maggie Turnbull
The NASA Astrobiology Institute (NAI) announced the creation of the Maggie C. Turnbull Astrobiology Early Career Service Award, named for SETI Institute research scientist and astrobiologist Dr.
Geysers on Europa: Old Data Provides Evidence in New Study
Although it has been over 20 years since NASA’s Galileo spacecraft explored the Jupiter system, new research analyzing the archived data has revealed strong evidence that Jupiter’s icy moon, Europa, is vent
After 25 Years, the US Congress May Help Fund SETI Research
SETI research has persevered despite financial constraints, often depending solely on private sources to fund scientific research and operations.