Voyager Spacecraft Celebrates 40 Years in Space

A new video highlights Caltech professor Ed Stone, the only person ever to have held the position of project scientist for NASA's Voyager mission.

NuSTAR to Observe Solar Eclipse

NuSTAR will use the upcoming total solar eclipse to learn about the mysteries of the sun

History in the Making

The Archives' most recent additions are interviews with Ahmed Zewail, the late Pauling Professor of Chemistry and professor of physics who died in August of 2016, and Harry Gray, the Beckman Professor of Chemistry.

How Friction Evolves During an Earthquake

Using high-speed photography and digital image correlation techniques, engineers study how friction along a faultline evolves during an earthquake.

Cosmic Magnifying Lens Reveals Inner Jets of Black Holes

Jet material ejected from a black hole is magnified in new observations from Caltech's Owens Valley Radio Observatory.

Celebrating 40 Years of Voyager

Key figures from the Voyager mission participated in a panel discussion and screening of the new documentary "The Farthest—Voyager In Space" on July 29.

Carbon Conversion

New CO2 experiments may lead to artificial, renewable fuels.

Caltech, Cornell Create Creature-Cataloging Contest for Computers

Algorithms developed for a machine-learning contest created by Caltech and Cornell Tech have been able to correctly identify 5,000 species from photos as much as 95 percent of the time.

JPL News: NASA's Voyager Spacecraft Still Reaching for the Stars

The Voyager spacecraft will celebrate 40 years in space this August and September.

Caltech's Dennis Coyne to Receive American Astronomical Society Award

LIGO's chief engineer honored for his role in developing gravitational-wave detectors.


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