UNH Space Scientist Helps IBEX Team Present Mission Findings at NASA Press Conference

UNH Space Scientist Helps IBEX Team Present Mission Findings at NASA Press Conference

Feb 02, 2012

Investigators on NASA’s Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX) mission, including UNH space physicist Eberhard Möbius, David McComas of the Southwest Research Institute (SwRI), and Priscilla Frisch of the University of Chicago, as well as astronomer Seth Redfield of Wesleyan University, presented the mission findings at a press conference from NASA headquarters in Washington, DC on January 30, 2012 and broadcast via NASA TV at www.nasa.gov/sunearth.

The big news: The mission scientists (including Möbius and other researchers from UNH) have described the first detailed analyses of samples of captured interstellar neutral atoms – raw material for the formation of new stars, planets, and human beings.


Read the full article: IBEX Team, UNH Scientist Present Mission Findings at NASA Press Conference

View multimedia reports of the mission's discoveries (so far!):
   IBEX: Glimpses of the Interstellar Material Beyond our Solar System

   NASA's IBEX Spacecraft Reveals New Observations of Interstellar Matter

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