NASA

Bringing astrobiology into prisons

U professor shows how astrobiology helps incarcerated people connect with science.


A caucasian astronaut in a space walk suit.

10 life lessons from an astronaut

Scott Kelly, who spent a year in space, answered questions on maintaining physical and mental health, finding inspiration and remaining curious while in isolation.


A view over a hazy city stretching into the horizon.

NASA satellite offers urban carbon dioxide insights

Using data from NASA’s Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2, researchers found connections between the population density of cities and how much carbon dioxide they produce per person.


Journey to the bottom of the world

The U’s Dan Reed and Maureen Condic traveled to Antarctica in a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see and understand the vast scientific opportunities—and life-and-death precipices—the southernmost tip of the globe offers.


SUPERSTAR DISCOVERY

NASA’s NuSTAR mission proves superstar Eta Carinae shoots cosmic rays.


EMPOWERING WOMEN

Get your tickets as the MUSE Project hosts former chief scientist at NASA and author of “Hidden Figures” for keynote presentation on theme year of empowerment.


YEAR OF EMPOWERMENT

U MUSE Project announces theme year focused on empowerment; keynote speakers associated with the movie “Hidden Figures” and NASA to speak in March.


EXPANDING SCIENCE’S REACH

New grants help biology professor show people that science is for everyone.


FRIENDS IN HIGH SPACES

Learn how NHMU’s director of marketing became personal friends with twin astronauts Mark and Scott Kelly.


SPACE EXPLORERS

Spend an evening with astronauts Mark and Scott Kelly Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2016, at 7 p.m. in Kingsbury Hall.