OSIRIS-REx flies on as OSIRIS-APEX to explore its second asteroid

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November 02, 2023

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OSIRIS-REx flies on as OSIRIS-APEX to explore a second asteroid

NASA extended the University of Arizona-led OSIRIS-REx mission, which has since been renamed OSIRIS-APEX. The spacecraft will study another potentially hazardous, near-Earth asteroid named Apophis. 

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UArizona earns seventh top 10 global ranking in water resources

The University of Arizona is ranked No. 2 in the U.S. and No. 8 in the world in water resources, according to the 2023 Global Ranking of Academic Subjects.

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See first-person view of the moments after the Bennu sample landing

A chest-mounted camera captured first-person footage of the moment OSIRIS-REx mission principal investigator Dante Lauretta approached the sample return capsule.

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UArizona named a Fulbright HSI Leader for a third year in a row

The award recognizes the university's commitment as a Hispanic-Serving Institution to the federal government's flagship international educational exchange program.

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Researchers find first proof of menopause in wild chimpanzees

University of Arizona primatologist Jacob Negrey co-authored a study of the Ngogo community in Uganda that shows humans aren't the only primates with a long post-fertile life stage.

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Partnership with TheDream.US will provide scholarships to undocumented students at UArizona

The scholarships will provide up to $33,000 toward a bachelor's degree, filling the gap between the total cost of tuition and fees and any scholarships and financial aid the student has already received.

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