NASA has a brand new project you’ll find rather interesting. This week the folks at NASA have launched NuSTAR, an array otherwise known as the Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array, and it aims to fly through space seeking out the Black Hole itself.
NuStar Launch News: NASA’s NuSTAR Mission Begins
NASA : NuSTAR on Search for High-Energy Universe
The space agency’s Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) will study how black holes form and grow, and how these processes affect their host galaxies, said Fiona Harrison, principal investigator of the NuSTAR mission at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in Pasadena, Calif.
How NASA’s NuSTAR Spacecraft Will Hunt Black Holes (Infographic)
NASA Black Hole search begins today
Pegasus Rocket to Launch NuSTAR from Pacific. The Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array, NuSTAR, will launch on a Pegasus rocket into Earth orbit where it will detect high-energy X-rays to uncover hidden black holes, exploded stars and other features of the universe.