The CGRO seems to … Media Resources. A CASE STUDY OF BALANCING COST, SCHEDULE AND RISK Patricia A. Hansen, NASNGoddard Space Flight Center Diane T. Day, Mark S. Secunda, and Glenn P. Rosecrans, Swales Aerospace ABSTRACT The Swift Observatory will be launched in early 2004 to examine the dynamic process of gamma ray burst (GRB) events. They occur approximately once per day and are brief, but intense, flashes of gamma radiation. Cost. The Fermi Gamma-Ray Telescope is a space observatory designed to study the universe in highly energetic frequencies known as gamma-rays. The Swift Observatory will be launched in early 2004 to examine the dynamic process of gamma ray burst (GRB) events. The multi-wavelength Observatory will study the GRB afterglow characteristics, which will help to answer fundamental questions about both the … Exhibits and Speakers.
That link says $250M and yes, that and even more funding detail would be interesting.
Gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) are the most powerful explosions the Universe has seen since the Big Bang. They come from all different directions of the sky and last from a few milliseconds to a few hundred seconds. linas 04:58, 21 December 2011 (UTC) Successor to Compton Gamma Ray Observatory.
Launched: Nov. 20, 2004. Its three instruments work together to observe GRBs and afterglows in the gamma-ray, X -ray, ultraviolet, and optical wavebands. Mission Overview. The Neil Gehrels Swift Observatory. Is there any need to include how much the project took? Key Findings: Swift Catches a Star Going Kaboom!
It includes participation from … Swift is a first-of-its-kind multi-wavelength observatory dedicated to the study of gamma-ray burst (GRB) science. NASA Newsletter. Audio & Ringtones. Goal: Swift was designed to solve the 35-year-old mystery of the origin of gamma-ray bursts, which scientists think are the birth cries of black holes.