Over 100 years of research went into NASA’s Fermi mission
Today’s Video of the Day from NASA Goddard describes over a century of research that led up to the development of NASA’s Fermi mission.
The realization that gravitational waves could be detected, the discovery of gamma ray bursts (GRBs), and the first detection of neutrinos are some of the scientific discoveries over many decades that informed the space mission.
Using the powerful Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope to perform observations, scientists are gaining a better understanding of some of the most powerful forces in the universe.
Video Credit: NASA Goddard