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Victoria Valley, Antarctica
The research field camp on Lake Vida, Victoria Valley, Antarctica. (courtesy of Desert Research Institute, Reno Nev.)

Antarctic Study Co-Authored by Fritsen of Corvallis

Christian Fritsen, formerly of Corvallis, Montana, and a former post-doc researcher at MSU Bozeman, has co-authored a study on bacteria that live in an under-ice lake in Antarctica...

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How to See the Aurora Borealis in Montana

A solar storm that occurred on October 5th has disrupted earth's magnetic field enough to produce an Aurora Borealis that was visible in Western Montana Sunday night.

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In pre-flight preparation, Jaime Waydo poses with the Curiosity rover, now on Mars. (Photo courtesy of MSU/Jaime Waydo)

A Montana Connection with Mars

MSU grad is important to Curiosity team.

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A group of 4-H members using blue dye at MSU to determine if they are "supertasters." (MSU News Service)

Ravalli County 4-H Members Study BioScience

A unique opportunity to learn science.

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The MSU's ALE rover at Kennedy Space Center last month. (Brock LaMeres Photo)

MSU Robot Digs for Treasure in NASA Contest

ALE practicing in a sandbox before the competition.

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Bozeman MSU Campus Graduation is Saturday

Saturday, the Montana State University commencement will graduate more than 2,600 students in Bozeman.

The 116th Spring commencement will be at 9am and 1:30pm, with 2,100 undergraduates and 500 graduate students...

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Comet Shoemaker-Levy hit Jupiter in 1994. (NASA Photo)

Comet Finder David Levy Speaks in Bozeman

David Levy has been successfully discovering comets.

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MSU Student Brock Spain is unsure about his plate of cricket stir fry. (Kelly Gorman Photo)

Yum! Them’s Good Eatin’! … Really?

All the bugs you can eat at a lunch Friday in Bozeman.

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Michael Fay
icahel Fay and his pygmy guides cross the Ivindo River. (Michael Nichols of National Geographic)

Explorers to Speak at MSU in Bozeman

There are still places to explore.

Michael Fay and Conrad Anker, National Geographic Society explorers, will be at a free lecture February 11 at Montana State University in Bozeman...

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Ravalli County Administration Center (KLYQ Photo)

Ravalli County Commissioners Attend Class

Newest commissioners attend training in Helena.

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