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[…] NASA’s Planetary Data System (PDS), the asteroid Lightcurve Database (LCDB), and a number of project-specific online compilations. Future upgrades will include additional physical properties, enhanced query capabilities, and a system […]

Image & Video Library

[…] V, and six 1-minute exposures in R. This was the “first-light” image obtained with LMI obtained on September 12, 2012. The field of view shown is 11.7 arcminutes on a side.

AstroAlert: The Sun like you’ve never seen it before

Hi everyone, The image above might look like something you’d want to consult a dermatologist about, but it’s actually the most detailed image of the Sun ever taken. The new Daniel […]

Local Attractions & Dining

Need a place to land after exploring the cosmos? Check out these Lowell-partnered hotels!

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Lunar Legacy

In a defining moment of the 20th century, astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin broke the bonds of Earth and stepped onto the Moon on July 20, 1969.

Solar System

Saturn’s rings sport a varied nature, as seen in these images taken by the Cassini spacecraft. The B ring is optically thick and bright, while the F ring (inset) is […]

AstroAlert: Katherine Johnson, NASA mathematician who broke barriers, has died

[…] age of 101. Born in West Virginia in 1918, Johnson was fascinated by numbers as a little girl. “I counted everything,” she said. “I counted the steps to the road, the […]

AstroAlert: New telescope named in honor of astronomer Vera Rubin

Hi everyone, It was announced this week that a major new telescope will be named in honor of trailblazing astronomer Vera Rubin, who died in 2016. Rubin was a pioneer […]

Virtual Exhibits

Whether you’re planning a visit or simply want to learn more about Lowell, our selection of virtual exhibits give you a taste of what Mars Hill has to offer. Click […]

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[…] setting you can activate to signal your privacy preference not to have data about your online browsing activities monitored and collected. At this stage no uniform technology standard for recognizing […]

AstroAlert: One moon wasn’t enough…

Hi everyone, Astronomers have announced the discovery of a previously unknown moon orbiting the Earth. That’s right, our planet now has two moons. This new one has even been given a name: […]