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A UA-led team, backed by a Department of Defense grant, will study the many factors involved in why people take flight.
The UA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft is opening its eyes this month to scout for space rocks known as Earth-Trojan asteroids.
Former UA President Robert Shelton is named as president of the Giant Magellan Telescope Organization.
The impact of the most comprehensive fundraising campaign in the University's history already has been felt across campus by students, instructors and researchers.
At least one UA student is expected to be named a 2017 Tillman Scholar. Applications will close on March 1.
UA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft is still a long way from reaching its primary target, asteroid Bennu, but this month it opens its robotic eyes to look for a population of space rocks that has eluded scientists for a long time.