Scientists monitoring Active Galactic Nuclei need to know
when one of them starts to flare. As an all-sky scanning instrument, Fermi is often the first to
detect activity. Find out how the data gets to scientists quickly to allow for rapid multi-wavelength
The collaboration between Fermi scientists and the
Advanced 2D Animation class at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) lets us explore
Active Galactic Nuclei (AGN) through the eyes of the artist. Plus more cake!
It's been an amazing 10 years in space for Fermi, with groundbreaking discoveries from all across the universe. After 57,264 orbits, 3,579 days in space, 3,187 publications, 214 automatic repoints, 118 TOOs, and four Rossi prizes, it's time for us to give back to our fans.