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Neil deGrasse Tyson (Photo provided)
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Tyson Lecture Sells Out at MSU

The notice went out on MSU Leadersip Institute's Facebook page about an hour after ticket sales begain - the Neil deGrasse Tyson lecture was sold out!

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Missoula 7th Grade Teacher One of Two State Finalists for Presidential Award for Excellence

Colleen Windell, a Washington Middle School 7th grade teacher, is one of two state finalists for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.

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10th Anniversary of the Historic Landing on Saturn’s Moon Titan

In 2014, the European Space Agency (ESA) did the incredible: it landed a probe on a comet. But this wasn't its first rodeo. Ten years ago, it parked a probe on the hazy, alien moon of Titan.

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Astronaut Dave Wilmore looks out the International Space Station cupola. (NASA photo)
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Space Station Captures the Resupply Ship ‘Dragon’

Monday morning, January 12, the astronauts aboard the International Space Station used the 58-foot-long Canadarm 2 to grapple the SpaceX supply ship Dragon and hook it up to the ISS.

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The barely visible Comet Lovejoy. (Mike Daniels Photo)
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That Green Smudge is a Comet!

A comet is making a rare appearance in the night skies.

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Earth from Lunar orbit. (NASA/Apollo 17)
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Christmas Eve 1968 – From Lunar Orbit

Forty-six years ago, on live television, the crew of Apollo 8 broadcast a Christmas message on Christmas eve as they orbited the Moon, looking at possible landing sites for Apollo 11. The photo we've included is from the final Apollo mission - Apollo 17

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UM student Chantanelle Nava at new UM telescope in Arizona. (Jason Eastman Photo, Harvard University)
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UM Astronomy Teams with Other Schools to Search for Planets

The astronomy department at the University of Montana is teaming with three other universities for Project MINERVA, involving remote operation of four telescopes in Arizona.

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Ever Wondered Why It’s Harder to Drive Backwards Than Forwards? [VIDEO]

It doesn't seem like it should be as hard as it is, but it turns out there's a good reason for that.

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The ‘Hyperloop’ Will Get You From L.A. to San Fran in Minutes, If These College Kids Can Figure It Out

Travel between cities hundreds of miles apart may get much cheaper and faster, if 25 grad students at UCLA and Elon Musk can manage to make it work.

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A meteor, below the International Space Station. (ISS/NASA)
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Geminids Meteor Shower Peaks this Weekend

If the clouds clear out this weekend, Bitterroot Valley skywatchers might see some "falling stars."

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