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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.
Cover image of 360 Magazine
Explore the Red Planet in 360 Magazine
The fall issue of 360: The Magazine of San Diego State University talks to the SDSU alumni who helped put Curiosity on Mars.
Image of the rover Curiosity
Engineering the Rover
SDSU alumni are part of the team that sent Curiosity to Mars.
Artist’s rendition of the Kepler-47 system. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/T. Pyle
Kepler Discovers Planetary System Orbiting Two Suns
Lead author SDSU astronomy professor Jerry Orosz said it's the first transiting circumbinary multi-planet system to be found.
Curiosity Touching Down, Artist
SDSU Alums Lead Mars Rover Mission
Six SDSU alumni are part of the Mars Science Laboratory team that will land the Mars Rover "Curiosity" on the planet this weekend.
Neutron Star
Neutron Cool
An SDSU astrophysicist presents a model for the rapid cooling of a neutron star 11,000 light-years away from Earth.
Natalie Batalha
2,321 Earth-Like Planets and Counting
The 2012 John D. Schopp Memorial Lecture will explore the Kepler Mission milestone discoveries.
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