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Vail's Cienega High Students to Document 2017 Solar Eclipse
Monday's Mercury transit provides telescope and data collection training.
Book Chronicles History of Planetary Science in Tucson
'Under Desert Skies' details pivotal role played by UA scientists
Bill Would Loosen Restrictions on Electronic Billboards
Astronomers worried that it will lead to incremental loss of dark skies.
Researcher: Part of Pluto Younger Than Thought
Photos show one region with smooth surface, indicating it is less than 10 million years old.
Comet Catalina Makes Brief Appearance
Discovered by Catalina Sky Survey in 2013
Arizona Spotlight for the 2015 holiday season
More local StoryCorps conversations; exploring the "Xenophobia Blues"; discovering Comet Catalina, and some of the year's best stories.
Christmas Full Moon: Bright Ornament in the Sky
First holiday occurrence in 38 years; we won't have another for 19 years.
Geminid Meteor Shower to Light Up Sky This Weekend
120 visible each hour; best viewing Sunday night into Monday morning.
Astronomer Shares 'Science Snacks' With Podcasts
Comet recording exceeded 100,000 downloads
Beyond Our Solar System, Too Many Worlds To Name
Tucson-based scientist looks back on 20 years of interplanetary discoveries.
'Mind-Boggling:' Pluto Fly-By Reveals Slushy Glaciers
New Horizons spacecraft took pictures in July; analysis under way in Flagstaff.
AZ WEEK: Exploring Mars on Silver Screen, in UA Research
University of Arizona's connection to planetary science dates to dawn of Space Age.
'Strongest Evidence' Mars Has Water, UA Scientist, Others Say
UA's HiRISE imaging equipment captured information leading to conclusion.
Rare 'Blood Super Moon' Coming in Lunar Eclipse
Many lunar coincidences contribute to what astronomers say will be stunning night sky Sunday.
Tucson Residents Focus on the Moon, Celebrate Science
Groups encourage residents to "look up and be inspired."
What Happened To Mars' Atmosphere? Mystery Deepens
Flagastaff scientist delves into it, comes up with controvertible argument about red planet.
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