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An update on the sample return mission of the OSIRIS REx Asteroid.

UA Mission Will Touch Asteroid

Watch AZ illustrated Science tonight, 6:30, PBS 6

Adam Block, manager of the UA-operated Mount Lemmon Sky Center, talks about the PanStarrs Comet which he was able to photograph.

2013: Year of the Comet

Scientists are excited about astronomical opportunities

Spotting Pan-STARRS

Comet visible in western sky just after sunset tonight

Pluto Concept

Naming Pluto's Newest Moons

UPDATE: Vulcan, Cerberus win unofficial contest to name recently discovered 4th, 5th satellites

The mission to collect samples from the asteroid 1999 RQ36 is scheduled to launch in 2016, and will return to earth in 2023.

OSIRIS REx Mission Progresses

Goal to reach asteroid in 2018 on track

Student admire a laser projector at The Flandrau Science Center.

Flandrau: A Scene for Science

UA center, planetarium offers multiple programs, events

Geminid Meteor Shower to Give Skygazers a Show

Arizonans get their only view of annual spectacle Wednesday; cloudy Thursday

Lowell Observatory To Host Big Astronomy Conference In 2014

Biennial “Cool Stars” conference will bring as many as 400 astronomers from around the world to Flagstaff

Kitt Peak Telescope Awarded Sky Mapping Grant

Private money will help fund 'BigBOSS' project on Mayall 'scope

Kitt Peak at night, David Harvey

Coming to a Peak Near You: Meteor Mania

Kitt Peak Observatory welcomes all to watch spectacular cosmic show

An Interview With Mirror Lab Founder Roger Angel

Astronomy professor talks about recent completion of first Giant Magellan Telescope mirror, reflects on lab history, future

One of the GMT's primary mirrors in the polishing process, April 2012.

Ever Larger Eyes On The Skies

UA Mirror Lab completes work on first of seven mirrors for Giant Magellan Telescope

How it Began!

A Time Traveler's Guide to the Universe

Matter and the Creation of Our Universe

Our Cosmic Origins

Arizona's Newest Telescope Now Operational

Discovery Channel Telescope, fifth largest in U.S., makes scientific and screen debut

The popular public viewing program at Kitt Peak.

Kitt Peak Telescopes Under Cost-Cutting Microscope

National observatory, public star-gazing programs face uncertainty

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