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South Pole moon landing sets up new exploration goals

Lunar scientists and engineers are facing the challenge of getting water from the surface.

Gift-giving stress threatens Valentine's Day bliss

Why some people put too much emphasis on striking the night tone.

The Buzz: Organ and tissue donation in Arizona

A look at how transplants happen, and what it's like to live through one.

Put a ring on it for Valentine's Day talk at College of Science Lecture Series

Tree rings can reveal natural hsitory dating back thousands of years.

BlackStar Orbital SpaceDrone Manufacturing Facility coming to Sierra Vista in 2026

The company will build and test its portable satellite called the SpaceDrone at the new facility

James Webb Space Telescope reveals views of spiral galaxies

Scientists are getting new information about our own Milky Way.

Previewing UA's 2024 College of Science Lecture Series

Presenters will reveal unexpected findings that transformed their fields.

Asteroid hunters welcome Arizona citizen scientists to scan the sky

Catalina Sky Survey wants to find dangerous near-Earth objects "before they find us."

UA scientists uncover methodology problem in climate research

Correcting it could change investigative techniques in use for years.

UA among schools claiming the mantle of "Space U."

A dozen U. S. colleges and universities are emphasizing their dedication to space science research.

New step in remote healthcare technology being developed at UA

First responders can use it in difficult terrain where access to cell phone infrastructure is not a given.

Endangered red squirrel's numbers show decrease this year in southeastern Arizona

The annual survey conducted jointly by the Arizona Game and Fish Department, Coronado National Forest and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service showed an estimate of 144 squirrels.

Game show contestant behavior yields clues to stress response

UA researchers are tracking how often players blink to determine our reactions to adversity.

New UA study examines aspects of loneliness and being alone

They aren't as connected as you might think.

"The Left Hand of Darkness" grips The Rogue Theatre.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: NPR's Ari Shapiro on "Och & Oy: A Considered Cabaret"; Luis Alberto Urrea recalls his friendship with K. Le Guin ; and, Stories that Soar! returns with "The Spelling Test".

“Ring of Fire” solar eclipse coming Saturday morning

The peak annular eclipse will happen in Tucson at 9:33 a.m on Oct. 14.

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