What are the origins of the universe? How do electrical currents and magnetic fields in space affect us on Earth? Can we track potentially harmful near-Earth asteroids?
These are only a few of many challenging questions the Institute for Space Imaging Science (ISIS) seeks to answer. Space imaging science is about using advanced imaging and computational techniques to better understand space and fundamental physics. ISIS explores our relationship with our own planet and our place in the Universe.
At the heart of ISIS is innovation in space imaging technology - allowing us to see space and the cosmos in new ways, and discover answers to questions that push the boundaries of human understanding.