The Turbulent, High-Energy Sky is Keeping NuSTAR Busy
Like "things that go bump in the night," a few high-energy events in the universe have captured the attention of the NuSTAR telescope.
Happy Birthday, NuSTAR!
June 13, 2013: Today NuSTAR celebrates one year in orbit! We're taking the first focused images of the high-energy X-ray sky from Earth orbit. To see what NuSTAR has and will be looking at, go to the NuSTAR Science Operations Center website.
Black Hole Naps Amidst Stellar Chaos
NASA's NuSTAR space telescope has found evidence of a slumbering massive black hole in a galaxy bursting with new stars.
NASA's NuSTAR Helps Solve Riddle of Black Hole Spin
Two X-ray space observatories, NASA's NuSTAR and ESA's XMM-Newton, have teamed up to measure definitively, for the first time, the spin rate of a black hole.