Media Relations Specialist
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Announcement • April 22, 2022
The selection of proposals for NuSTAR General Observer (GO) cycle-8 has been announced. 81 proposals were selected from the 165 proposals submitted to cycle-8 and include joint coordinated observations with the XMM-Newton, Gehrels-Swift, and NICER observatories.
Announcement • April 26, 2021
The NuSTAR General Observer (GO) cycle-7 proposal selection has been released. The full list of proposals, targets, and exposure times is available from the NuSTAR GO website at HEASARC. Cycle-7 observations are planned to commence on June 1st, 2021.
Announcement • September 4, 2020
NuSTAR is seeking letters of self-nomination for people to rotate onto the NuSTAR Users' Committee (NUC). The NUC provides community advice and feedback to the project and NASA Headquarters, and helps ensure the interests of the guest investigator community are well-served by the project. Due date for self nomination letters is October 2nd, 2020.
Announcement • November 20, 2017
NASA has announced the fourth opportunity for scientists around the world to propose for observations using the NuSTAR X-ray space telescope. This Guest Observer (GO) Program is part of an extended mission plan approved by NASA that offers observing time for basic research investigations selected in a competitive process. Proposals for observations to be made within the four cycle of the NuSTAR GO program are due on Jan 19, 2018. Click through for more information.
Announcement • October 30, 2014
NuSTAR featured in Discovery Channel documentary called 'The Science of Interstellar'. Matthew McConaughey narrates this behind-the-scenes look at the epic voyage to deep space depicted in the movie Interstellar. Director Christopher Nolan worked with top physicists to create a realistic trip to distant solar systems.
Announcement • October 6, 2014
NASA will host a news teleconference at 10 a.m. PDT (1 p.m. EDT) Wednesday, Oct. 8, to announce new findings from its Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) mission. The results describe an unusual source of X-rays that will leave theorists scratching their heads, but also will help astronomers learn more about how black holes and galaxies are formed.