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UA Casts 5th Mirror for Giant Magellan Telescope
Mirror Lab celebrates 20th mirror made for instruments around the world.
Eyes to the Night Sky Saturday for Worldwide Moon Viewing
Tucson astronomy group to set up telescopes, donate instrument to Pima County Public Library for International Observe the Moon Night.
UA Astronomer Among First to 'See' Star Collision in Space
Two neutron stars collide to create gravitational waves detected on earth and allow for observation.
UA Telescope Gets First Look at OSIRIS-REx
Spacecraft passing Earth soon for slingshot to asteroid Bennu.
Lights Go Out at Kartchner Caverns, Newest Dark-Sky Park
Managing artificial light benefits astronomy, wildlife and humans, association director says.
UA Opens Science Classes to the Community
The school is offering reduced tuition to attend lectures in many subjects.
Scientists See Clues of Possible Unseen Planet in Solar System
Disruption in the orbits of objects in the distant Kuiper Belt suggest a large body.
UA Lunar and Planetary Lab to Celebrate Years of Mars Photos
Annual open house will feature the work of HiRISE camera as well as activities for kids, adults.
Tucson Astronomer to Lead Citizen Observations During Eclipse
Arizona to see partial blockage Aug. 21
Astronauts and Aficionados Enter Tucson's Orbit for Spacefest
Experts and fans rub shoulders during space-themed weekend.
Planetary Scientist Honored for Global Outreach
Henry Throop to receive Carl Sagan Medal from astronomical society.
Tucson Camera on Jupiter Mission Reveals Cyclones
Tucson's Planetary Science Institute scientist manages Juno Cam for NASA.
Mount Lemmon SkyCenter Open House Saturday
Telescopes, exhibits and family activities show off science of the mountain.
Jupiter to Shine Its Brightest and Biggest
Largest planet making closest approach to Earth this year Friday.
Demoted as a Planet, Pluto May Get Another Chance
Astronomers discussing new definition that would include it and other celestial bodies.
Total Solar Eclipse in 6 Months Has Astronomers Preparing
Phenomenon can be seen in 70-mile swath from regon to South Carolina; partly visible in Arizona.
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