SPHEREx space telescope will map the entire sky.
The SPHEREx team has developed advanced software to plan observations while keeping the telescope safely pointed away from the heat and stray light of the sun, moon, and earth.
Linear-Variable Filter technology enables SPHEREx to collect images of the entire sky in 102 colors.
After 25 months of science operations, SPHEREx will image the entire sky four times in over 100 near-infrared colors.
SPHEREx will map millions of galaxies across the universe while operating in earth orbit.
Live public talk on the SPHEREx and Euclid missions by Phil Korngut, SPHEREx Instrument Scientist, and Dida Markovic, Euclid mission team member.
Public talk by SPHEREx team member Rachel Akeson.
Keck Institute for Space Studies lecture on SPHEREx by Jamie Bock.
Weekly Space Hangout with SPHEREx team member Michael Zemcov.
Simulated flythrough a small part of the SPHEREx sky.
Whiteboard art by JPL artist Katherine (Kat) Park illustrating the SPHEREx mission.
CfA Colloquium on SPHEREx by Jamie Bock.