2001

12/27 NASA Sensor Captures Plight of Periled Antarctic Penguins
12/27 Mars Odyssey Mission Status
12/26 Solar System Ambassadors Chosen to Teach Earthlings about Space
12/21 JPL Asteroid Mission Gets Thumbs Up from NASA
12/20 JPL's United Way Campaign Nets Almost Half a Million Dollars
12/19 Hubble Sends Season's Greetings from the Cosmos to Earth
12/19 All-Terrain Rovers May Scale Mars' Cliffs
12/17 NASA Bids Farewell to the Successful Deep Space 1 Mission
12/10 Jupiter's Io Generates Power and Noise, But No Magnetic Field
12/7 Jason Sets Sail; Satellite to Spot Sea's Solar/Atmospheric Seesaw
12/6 The Iceman Speaketh: Free Talks on Effects of Polar Change on Climate
12/6 Hubble Eyes Giant Star Factory in Neighboring Galaxy
12/6 NASA's Global Surveyor Sees Possible Climate Change on Mars
12/3 Satellites Help Scientists Understand Dining Habits of Sea Lions, Seals
12/3 Genesis Spacecraft Begins Mission to Collect Samples of the Sun
12/3 Global Positioning System May Help Measure Sea Height
11/30 Mars Odyssey Mission Status
11/29 NASA Sponsorships Awarded to High School Students
11/29 Ocean Inside Jupiter's Moon Callisto May Have Cushioned Big Impact
11/29 Comet Rocks and Rolls in Simple Movie
11/27 New Images Catch Jupiter's Moon Io in Action
11/20 NASA Spacecraft to Hunt for Elusive Gravity Ripples
11/19 Tool for First Comet Orbiter Will Examine Escaping Gases
11/19 Any Earthlike Planets Out There? Free Lectures Explore the Idea
11/19 NASA/French Ocean-Observing Satellite Set to Soar
11/16 Genesis Spacecraft Enters Its Orbit
11/15 Genesis Gets to the Point
11/15 NASA Kid's Web Site En Espanol
11/14 Pine Island Glacier Creates a Splash
11/14 NASA Centers Plan Activities for Leonid Meteor Shower
11/13 Mars Odyssey Mission Status
11/9 NASA Selects 10 Investigations for 2005 Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
11/7 Pacific Recycles Last Year's Winter
11/5 Computer Vision Test Holds Promise for Robotic Eye Doctor
11/5 Genesis Status Report
11/1 Earthquake Studies: Fault Moving Faster Than Believed
10/31 Mars Odyssey's First Look at Mars Is All Treat, No Trick
10/30 Mars Odyssey Mission Status
10/29 NASA Bulldozer Rovers Could Get the Scoop on Mars
10/26 Studying Coastal Eddies: Restaurants and Nurseries of the Sea
10/24 Odyssey Healthy and in Orbit Around Mars
10/23 Mars Odyssey in Orbit Around Red Planet
10/18 X-Ray Emissions Detected from Elusive Cosmic Objects
10/18 NASA's 2001 Mars Odyssey Spacecraft Poised to Arrive at Mars
10/17 Radar Helps Monitor Oil Fields
10/16 Galileo Millennium Mission Status
10/12 Mars Odyssey Mission Status
10/12 Galileo Millennium Mission Status
10/12 JPL Chosen as Partner in New Instrument for Galaxy Studies
10/11 Scientists Track "Perfect Storm" on Mars
10/10 NASA Selects Advanced Technologies for Test Flight
10/10 Looking Downward: Free Lectures on Viewing Earth from Space
10/10 NASA-Funded Physicist Shares Nobel Prize
10/9 JPL Names Chief Engineer for Mars Exploration Program
10/9 NASA Sponsorships for Robotics Competition Available
10/8 NASA Radar Gives Fresh Look at Alaska's Unique Terrain
10/4 Spacecraft at Io Sees and Sniffs Tallest Volcanic Plume
10/3 NASA Selects Spacecraft Contractor for 2005 Mars Mission
9/25 Deep Space 1 Captures Best-Ever View of Comet's Core
9/22 Deep Space 1 Comet Flyby Highly Successful
9/21 Latest Images from Mars Global Surveyor Now Online
9/18 Veteran Spacecraft Attempts to Earn Extra Credit at Comet
9/17 Mars Odyssey Mission Status
9/17 Free Lectures on Search for Extraterrestrial Life
9/6 A Galaxy Blazes with Star Formation
9/5 Help Stamp Out Boring Space Acronyms
8/31 Ulysses Forecasts Weather at Sun's North Pole
8/31 Nile River Flooding Seen from Space
8/28 Lecture: What's Shaking with Quake Prediction?
8/24 Hubble Hatches Image of Rotten Egg Nebula Shocks
8/22 Galileo's Flyby Reveals Callisto's Bizarre Landscape
8/21 Brain-Inspired Computing
8/20 NASA Gives Pole-to-Pole View of Cloud Heights and Winds
8/20 Mars Odyssey Mission Status
8/17 NASA Program Brings the Stars Home
8/17 Grand Canyon Tour, NASA Style
8/16 Galileo Millenium Mission Status
8/16 NASA Scientists Become Hurricane Chasers
8/16 Burst of Star Formation Drives Galactic Bubble
8/10 Genesis Spacecraft Doing Well
8/9 Educators Learn about the Ins and Outs of the Solar System
8/8 Genesis Launches Successfully
8/6 Galileo Completes Flyby of Jupiter's Moon Io
8/6 NASA Selects Advanced Technology Concepts for Further Study
8/3 Genesis Next Planned Launch Opportunity Aug. 12
8/3 Etna Volcano: Update from Space
8/2 Hubble Views Warped Galaxy as Camera Passes Milestone
8/2 Spacecraft to Fly Over Source of Recent Polar Eruption on Io
8/1 Genesis Launch Postponed at Least 24 Hours Due to Weather
7/31 Jason 1 Satellite Arrives at Vandenberg Air Force Base
7/30 NASA Watches Wyoming Wildfire
7/30 Launch of Genesis Postponed to No Earlier Than Aug. 1
7/29 Genesis Launch Postponed for 24 Hours
7/27 Space-Buff Volunteers Wanted as Solar System Ambassadors
7/26 Hubble's Panoramic Portrait of a Vast Star-forming Region
7/26 Contracts Awarded for Mars Ascent Vehicle Concept Studies
7/25 Space View Shows Two Plumes from Mt. Etna Eruption
7/25 Star with Midriff Bulge Eyed by Astronomers
7/24 Launch of Sunbathing Spacecraft to be Webcast
7/19 Star Clusters Born in Wreckage of Cosmic Collisions
7/17 NASA Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Mars Landing
7/16 Volcano Research Erupts in Space
7/16 Seventy-Day Jupiter Movie Pulls Patterns Out of Chaos
7/16 Mars Odyssey Mission Status
7/11 Lectures will Explore Viking Legacy, Future Missions to Mars
7/11 Genesis Set to Catch a Piece of the Sun
7/10 Hubble Spies Hot, Young Star Cluster in Neighbor Galaxy
7/9 Dust Storm Swallows Half of Mars
7/5 How Fast Does the World Turn? New Quantum Gyro May Tell Us
7/2 Mars Odyssey Fine-tunes Flight Path
7/2 Birdseye View of the Red, White and Blue
6/29 Europe and NASA Set New Cassini-Huygens Plan
6/27 Hints of Planet-sized Objects Bewilder Hubble Scientists
6/26 Catching Dust Devils on Mars
6/22 Temperature Map of Volcanic Moon Io Presents a Puzzle
6/21 Artificial Intelligence: It's More Than a Movie
6/21 Pacific Remains Locked in Three-Year-Old Pattern
6/20 Native American Educators Go Back to School at NASA
6/18 Mars Odyssey Mission Status
6/15 Free Lectures Focus on Past and Future of Telescope
6/15 Pinatubo: 10 Years After the Big One
6/14 Satellites Reveal Hawaiian Isles' Long Tail of Wind and Water
6/13 NASA selects First Mars Scout Concepts for Further Study
6/13 Brighter, Redder Mars to Illuminate Summer Nights
6/11 JPL Licenses Technology to Map Earth
6/11 What's Behind the Gloom in Los Angeles?
6/7 Smoke on the Peninsula
6/6 NASA Selects Investigators for Pluto-Kuiper Belt Mission Feasibility
6/4 Hubble Book Helps Visually Impaired Students Touch the Stars
6/1 Mars Mission Update Via Webcast
6/1 Public Invited to Free Lecture on the Search for Life
5/31 Jupiter Particles' Escape Route Found
5/31 Hubble Unveils a Galaxy in Living Color
5/31 Genesis Spacecraft Arrives in Florida for Launch
5/31 Crescents Slice the Darkness in "Farewell Jupiter"
5/30 Near-Earth Asteroid is Two Chunks in One
5/30 NASA's Mars Global Surveyor Captures Dust Storms
5/29 A.I. Software to Command Mission
5/25 Galileo Succeeds in Its Closest Flyby
5/24 NASA Gives Go-ahead To Build 'Deep Impact'
5/24 Galileo Millennium Mission Status
5/24 New Mars Images of Dust Devils, Dunes and "The Face"
5/23 Galileo Millennium Mission Status
5/23 Mars Odyssey's First Flight Path Maneuver
5/22 Galileo Gets One Last Close Encounter with Jupiter's Callisto
5/21 Video flies along the Santa Barbara coast and mountains
5/18 High-Tech Helium Tricks Help Earth and Space
5/17 Breaking up is hard to do, even for a comet
5/16 JPL Open House webcast
5/14 Eugene Tattini selected as JPL deputy director
5/9 Mars Odyssey Mission Status
5/9 NASA instrument snaps pictures of desert in the sky
5/8 NASA satellite technology goes down on the farm
5/7 Deep Space Network upgrading for "crunch time"
5/3 Students present Jupiter results in live telecast and webcast
5/2 New JPL director announces lab reorganization
5/1 Public invited on a space odyssey
4/30 Blaine Baggett to tell "Stories from JPL's Early Years"
4/30 Students from across nation to present Jupiter results to JPL
4/27 Mars Odyssey Mission Status
4/26 Water where water wasn't: Effects of recent India quake visible from space
4/26 NASA "ambassadors" share Space Day excitement with public
4/24 Hubble Birthday Bash: 11 Candles, 100,000 Pictures
4/23 Earth Day portrait is first one snapped by Mars Odyssey
4/19 Mars Odyssey Mission Status
4/16 Contracts awarded for initial Mars sample return studies
4/16 Nanotechnology gets a boost
4/12 Free lectures show more than the eyes can see
4/12 NASA to track more asteroids with new NEAT camera
4/12 Mars Odyssey mission status 4/12/01
4/9 JPL Technology inducted into U.S. space foundation hall of fame
4/8 Mars Odyssey mission status 4/8/01
4/7 NASA's 2001 Mars Odyssey spacecraft is on its way
4/6 Student-built robots on the web
4/5 Hubble camera captures heart of whirlpool galaxy
4/4 Deep Space 1's ion engine proves itself in tests and flight
4/3 Swiss cheese-like gas cloud holds clues to starquakes
4/3 Hatching an iceberg: satellite views large crack in glacier
3/30 "Space Place" team receives technology education award
3/29 Two spacecraft watch a towering inferno on Io
3/28 Jupiter radiation belts harsher than expected
3/28 Kinks in Sun's waves unraveled
3/26 Aerial explorers: Self-inflating solar-heated balloons
3/21 JPL team chosen for NASA Astrobiology Institute
3/21 The star, not the instrument, was on the blink
3/20 Deep Space 1 loads up for trek to comet
3/20 Regional winners named in student-built robot competition
3/19 Stardust team develops technique to keep camera clear
3/19 2001 Mars Odyssey set to find out what Mars is made of
3/16 2001 Mars Odyssey launch press kit
3/16 Ice probe reveals first-ever images deep within Antarctic streams
3/15 Two asteroids join Blarney Stone as Irish rock legends
3/15 Galileo gets one last frequent-flyer upgrade
3/14 Internet advisory-student robotics
3/14 Io's volcanoes erase one dating method but provides another
3/14 Telescopes double-team Hawaiian night sky
3/13 Jupiter webcast will link students and astronomers
3/12 Lecture will describe NASA's double-teaming of Jupiter
3/12 Math program cracks cause of Venus climate change
3/12 NASA research simulates how cold stars stay in shape
3/8 Live web chat with El Nino-expert Dr. William Patzert
3/8 Postcards from Jupiter: New Aurora Details Seen
3/7 Hubble spies galactic violence
3/2 Gone with the wind but visible to NASA radar
3/1 Evidence seen for wet past on Ganymede
2/28 Deep Space Network to hear last from NEAR
2/26 Views of Io's busy volcanoes come from Galileo
2/23 Mission accomplished by twin telescopes
2/21 Students uncover baffling Martian boulders
2/21 Space mapping mission catches Antarctica in motion
2/16 Students make history imaging Martian terrain
2/15 How to fly a spacecraft: On-line tutorial available
2/15 NEAR Shoemaker gets new lease on life at home on asteroid
2/15 JPL instrument onboard Space Station
2/13 JPL navigators guide NEAR to historic landing on asteroid Eros
2/9 Volpe appointed manager of Mars subsurface technology
2/9 Live webcast advisory
2/7 Why dazzling stars are given boring but useful names
2/6 Huntington Library traces human fascination with space
2/5 Volcanoes, auroras glow in Io eclipse movie
2/1 Insect-like space structure previews our Sun's death
1/31 NASA selects partners for new millennium
1/31 Comet collisions: Only the strong survived?
1/31 New era begins for Global Surveyor
1/31 Elachi named new JPL director
1/29 Pacific still looks like La Nina
1/26 Wanted: Small businesses looking for big profits
1/26 JPL names manager of Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
1/26 JPL names manager of Microwave Limb Sounder
1/26 Eilene Theilig named new manager for Galileo mission
1/24 Cassini 'sees' invisible gas doughnut around Jupiter
1/23 Jupiter lightning storms, small moon pictures
1/22 Researcher shares safari of African fieldwork in free lecture
1/19 Cassini scientists see no sign of lightning on Venus
1/19 Live webcast to present sights and sounds of Jupiter
1/18 Stardust camera captures the Moon
1/17 Winter snowfall turns an emerald white
1/16 Comet mission envisioned through the eyes of students
1/11 Gallery of Santa Barbara area space images available
1/11 Stardust can see clearly now
1/10 Stardust to pick up speed from Earth
1/5 Mars 2001 Odyssey arrives at KSC
1/5 NASA unveils web site in Spanish
1/4 NASA considers Discovery mission proposals
1/4 Cassini hears eerie "sounds" near Jupiter
1/4 Cassini mission status