OSIRIS-REx Headed Home with Asteroid Sample

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OSIRIS-REx Spacecraft is Headed Home with Asteroid Sample

After nearly five years in space, the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft is on its way back to Earth with an abundance of rocks and dust from asteroid Bennu.

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Let the Celebrations Begin! UArizona Kicks Off Graduation Series

Through May 18, a series of scaled-back ceremonies, designed with COVID-19 health and safety protocols in mind, will recognize the class of 2021.

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Volcanoes on Mars Could be Active, Raising Possibility that Planet was Recently Habitable

The most recent volcanic activity on Mars, which occurred about 50,000 years ago, might have been triggered by a nearby asteroid impact that happened around the same time. 

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UArizona Again Named a Top Public University in QS Rankings

UArizona tied for No. 64 overall and tied for No. 30 among public universities in the second QS World University Rankings: USA. QS considered 769 U.S. colleges and universities for its final list.

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