The Legacy of the Spitzer Space Telescope | SciShow News

On January 30, 2020, we had to say goodbye to NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope after more thank 16 years of revolutionizing infrared astronomy. Today, SciShow sends it off and says thank you by taking a look back at it’s incredible legacy.

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