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Trump Budget Eliminates NASA Space Grant, Education Programs
Arizona Space Grant Consortium trains students for STEM careers
Human Minds, Hands Critical in Space Missions, Ex-Astronaut Says
Space Shuttle alumnus Charlie Walker inspired by early satellites.
Fast and Bright Asteroid to Near Earth Next Week
The Tucson-discovered space rock will be studied by astronomers all over the world for its properties.
UA-Led Mission Will Float Telescope on Balloon to Study the Milky Way
Balloon-borne telescope to study galaxy's gas and dust.
Rocket Manufacturer to Boost Tucson Economy with 200 Jobs
Vector Space Systems will add $225 million to the local GDP over the next five years.
Radar Links Wastewater Pumping to Earthquakes
Technology observing dips and buckles of Earth found uplift near injection wells.
Bus Fare Debate: Tucson Wants Revenue; Riders Say No
Plus: Election Recap, OSIRIS-REx Preview, and US Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan speech.
UA Asteroid Mission Aims for Clues to Solar System Origins
OSIRIS-REx launch window opens Sept. 8; flight scheduled for 7 years.
Tucson Planetary Researcher Awaits Far Out Photo Op
Camera aboard spacecraft Juno, now orbiting Jupiter, soon wll deliver images.
Two Meteor Showers Will Dazzle in Arizona's August Sky
Overlapping showers mean lots of visible shooting stars.
Flagstaff Astronomers Find Planet Orbiting Young Star
Prior discoveries of big planets were limited to old stars; this one's 'only' 2 million years.
Meet Outer Space's First Traffic Controller, in Residence at UA
Research aims at keeping Earth-orbiting objects moving safely.
Mercury Will Pass Between Earth, Sun in Rare Event
Mount Lemmon SkyCenter to host program for early-morning viewing.
Pima County Sued Over $15M Spaceport for Private Company
Goldwater Institute claims it's unconstitutional because cost outweighs taxpayer benefit.
NASA Awards Arizona Small Businesses Mission Funding
Tucson-based Paragon Space Development creating insulation.
New Instrument at Kitt Peak to Search for Exoplanets
NEID will measure the tiny back-and-forth wobble of a star.
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