Universe  ID: 13726

TESS Northern and Southern Mosaics

NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) completed its two-year-long primary mission, during which it imaged about 75% of the sky, in July 2020. The southern panorama was completed in July 2019, while imaging for the northern survey took place over the following year. For about half of the northern sectors, the TESS team decided to angle the cameras further north to minimize the impact of scattered light from Earth and the Moon, resulting in a prominent gap in sky coverage.
 

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Scott Wiessinger (USRA): Lead Producer
Francis Reddy (University of Maryland College Park): Lead Science Writer
Ethan Kruse (USRA): Lead Data Visualizer
Claire Andreoli (NASA/GSFC): Lead Public Affairs Officer
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Mission:
TESS

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Astrophysics Visualizations
Astrophysics Stills

Keywords:
SVS >> Mosaic
NASA Science >> Universe
SVS >> Exoplanet
SVS >> TESS
SVS >> All-Sky Imaging