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  • Authentic science through high school astronomy
    April 19, 2016
    What might high school students do when they get their hands on at $300M Mars spacecraft? The question expanded. What does happen when you take a NASA spacecraft currently in...
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  • Symposium envisions golden age of space travel
    April 17, 2016
    Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos, who also heads private space firm Blue Origin, compared the advent of reusable rockets to the Internet and the national highway system, opening the door...
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  • ASU Mars camera celebrates 15 years of discoveries at Red Planet
    April 5, 2016
    This week 15 years ago, NASA launched a spacecraft with the name 2001 Mars Odyssey, and onboard was the Thermal Emission Imaging System (THEMIS), a multi-wavelength camera designed at...
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  • Opening the universe to everyone
    March 28, 2016
    ASU wins $10M NASA grant to develop education courseware with aim to create critical thinkers both near and far.
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  • ASU professor’s ‘solar exposure’
    March 16, 2016
    Event draws a VIP crowd to an ASU engineer and his new technology.
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  • ASU satellite to search for outer-space threats
    March 10, 2016
    Air Force's SWIMSat, to be designed and built by ASU students, will monitor meteor strikes and solar plasma eruptions.
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  • Lunar love: When science meets artistry
    February 24, 2016
    ASU professor hopes Smithsonian exhibition of LROC team's striking images gets people excited about returning to the moon.
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  • The dangers we face from meteorites — or not
    February 18, 2016
    ASU Center for Meteorite Studies curator sets record straight on space-rock odds, their characteristics — and the incident in India.
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  • Eureka! Scientists prove Einstein's theory of relativity
    February 11, 2016
    ASU's Krauss hails discovery, which he predicted, as important as the invention of the telescope.
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  • Becoming a Martian: What we need to do to get to the Red Planet
    February 5, 2016
    ASU’s top Mars experts and NASA officials met at the university to discuss what needs to be taught to get next generation to Mars.
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  • Planet jackpot
    January 25, 2016
    Best time to view five-planet alignment is yet to come, according to ASU scientist — who shares why Arizona is such a top spot for stargazing.
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  • The Mysterious Planet Nine
    January 21, 2016
    ASU astrophysicist discusses what is known — and what isn't — about our possible new neighbor, and why we never noticed it before.
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  • Narrowing gap between man and machine
    January 12, 2016
    ASU engineer exploring new frontiers in human-robot collaborations.
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  • 2-D materials potential powerhouses for tech advances
    January 7, 2016
    ASU scientist to explore how materials' imperfections are a strength, not a weakness.
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  • Enhancing solar energy harvesting by minimizing heat loss
    December 28, 2015
    The fast-depleting reserves of conventional energy sources and ever-changing environmental impacts have resulted in an urgent need for high-efficiency renewable energy sources and energy-saving materials.
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  • Shooting for the moon: ASU lunar camera chief shares what's ahead
    December 24, 2015
    Professor Mark Robinson shares what it took to take dramatic new Earth photo, new discoveries and what is to come.
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  • Hunting alien worlds
    December 23, 2015
    ASU astrophysicist an expert on the search for another Earth.
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  • ASU cameras capture spectacular new image of Earth
    December 18, 2015
    Moon scientists photograph Earth rising over craterscape via NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter
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  • Controlling a robot swarm
    December 18, 2015
    Strides in robotics earn ASU engineer international spotlight.
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  • The future of our place in space
    December 7, 2015
    Science celeb Bill Nye visits ASU to share his views on a "bright" future outside Earth.
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  • Exiled exoplanet possibly kicked out of star’s local neighborhood
    December 1, 2015
      A planet discovered last year sitting at an unusually large distance from its star — 16 times farther than Pluto is from the sun — may have been kicked...
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  • How to build a spacecraft: The beginning
    November 23, 2015
    ASU team starts complex process of designing CubeSat that will orbit the moon.
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  • Forged in the hearts of stars
    November 16, 2015
    ASU researchers to study what elements are created by exploding stars.
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  • President Bell's Remarks at the Space Committe on Science, Space and Technology
    September 10, 2014
    (This is the statement by Dr. James F. Bell, President of The Planetary Society & Professor at Arizona State University before the Subcommittee on Space Committee on Science, Space,...
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  • Rethinking space science, exploration to help solve global problems
    April 7, 2014
    Could a paradigm shift in space science and exploration that aligns businesses with research universities lead to new mining resources, a cure for cancer or even world peace? Arizona State...
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  • Lots of Meetings But No Unified Message on Future Space Exploration
    November 17, 2013
    Four meetings in Washington, D.C. over this past week addressed the future of space exploration, but no unified message emerged. There was a focus on the role of the...
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  • Success of 'New Space' era hinges on public's interest
    November 15, 2013
    Capturing the public’s interest is a key component for “New Space,” where commercial companies are filling in some of the roles that had been traditionally played by NASA, and...
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  • Panel to discuss forging university-business ties to promote future of space
    November 15, 2013
    How do academic and commercial stakeholders join forces to promote space science and exploration in the immediate future and decades to come? An expert panel of astronauts, scientists, commercial...
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  • Commercial Spaceflight Federation Welcomes Arizona State University, Near Space Corporation, and Qwaltec
    August 9, 2012
    Washington, D.C. – The Commercial Spaceflight Federation is pleased to announce the addition of three new Associate Members: Arizona State University, Near Space Corporation, and Qwaltec. “The private spaceflight sector...
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