Link provided for viewing GLAST's position in orbit in order to view it in the night sky.
One of the priorities of the GLAST Burst Monitor science team has been to validate burst location information provided by the telescope.
An old saying goes: Those who don’t remember the past are condemned to repeat it. But research astronomers are quite content to repeat the history of their field, and for good reason.
Learn more about the timeline of Gamma-Ray Astronomy.
Follow the early mission progress with this blog by Steve and his colleagues from around the world!
The GLAST mission begins with a thunderous liftoff.› View This Video
Go behind the scenes as a Delta II rocket prepares to launch the GLAST spacecraft.› Learn More
Follow the Delta II rocket and GLAST spacecraft during preparations for liftoff.› View Image Gallery
Find out if you've got the right stuff to plot the course for future space missions.› Take the Quiz
Fourth in a series of GLAST vodcasts. This video describes what it will be like to launch GLAST.› View This Video