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Mars Rover Curiosity
Putting a Car on Mars
Seven of the eight SDSU alumni who helped put the Rover 'Curiosity' on Mars will visit campus and give a lecture on April 19.
A photo of blue stars in space
Cauldrons of the Cosmos
Rachid Ouyed from the University of Calgary presents a tribute to Professor Richard "Doc" Morris about the origin of the chemical elements that make up our world on Friday, April 26.
An artist’s rendition of the Kepler-62f exoplanet.
Astronomers Discover Two Habitable Zone “Super Earths”
A team of astronomers, including two from SDSU, have discovered two Earth-like planets with the potential to support life.
Student President
Student Research Symposium Winners
The 2013 Student Research Symposium featured novel SDSU faculty and student findings across various disciplines.
SDSU alumnus Jordan Evans
A Personal Curiosity
SDSU alumnus recounts Mars rover mission at TED conference.
Aztecs inside the Mars testbed at NASA
From SDSU to Mars
Aztecs from the Class of 1980 through the Class of 2005 were part of the Mars Science Laboratory team.
Ellen Ochoa
SDSU Alumna Tabbed to Lead Space Center
Ellen Ochoa, the first Hispanic woman to go to space, will be the next director of the Johnson Space Center in Houston.
The exhibit will be on display in the Louis Kenney Reading Room
Astronomy, Art, Religion Explored
A new Special Collections exhibit features rare astronomical works.
A circumbinary planet in a four-star system, discovered by "armchair astronomers."
Armchair Astronomers Find 4-Sun Planet
Two SDSU professors confirmed the amateur discovery of a planet orbiting twin suns that is orbited by a second distant pair of stars.
Mortar Board
Mortar Board Honors
The 27th Annual Emeritus Administrator, Faculty and Staff Outstanding Awards Ceremony will be held Saturday, Oct. 27.
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