One year in Space16/09/2010 - 18:22
As of 14 May 2010 Planck has been in space for one year. And what a year it's been!
Planck reveals Star Formation processes16/09/2010 - 19:38
New images from Planck reveal the gas and dust between the stars and isolate the physical processes at work in our Galaxy.
Planck unveils the coldest regions of our Galaxy16/09/2010 - 22:21
Giant filaments of cold dust stretching through the coldest regions of our Galaxy are revealed in new images, released today from the Planck satellite.
Saturn completes the set16/09/2010 - 22:36
At the start of Janary 2010, Planck has observed Saturn, meaning that it has now observed the full set of planets.
A dimming light - Planck at perihelion16/09/2010 - 22:37
In a few days, Planck will be at its closest to the Sun in its orbit, at around 148,600,000 km.
Planck and the Planets16/09/2010 - 22:30
As Planck scans the microwave sky, looking out at the early Universe, it also sees things much closer to home. Now and again, a planet will appear in the path of Planck's beams as it spins around the sky.
Half way round the sky16/09/2010 - 22:39
Planck has observed half the sky as part of its first all-sky survey.
Planck sees the Crab16/09/2010 - 22:32
Last week, the Planck satellite observed the Crab Nebula, one of the brightest objects in the sky at radio wavelengths
First Light Survey results confirm excellent performance19/09/2010 - 12:42
Planck has successfully completed its initial test survey of the sky, confirming that both of the scientific instruments and the sophisticated cryogenics are working well.
First light Survey deemed a success16/09/2010 - 22:53
The results of the First Light Survey have been checked over and deemed to be a success, so the first all-sky survey can begin.
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