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Tester Helps Secure NASA Funding for Bozeman Businesses

The five local companies submitted specific proposals for projects that would “support the development of technologies in the areas of aeronautics, science, human exploration and operations, and space technology.”

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Two Comets Safely Fly Past Earth Today & Tomorrow

Two comets that will safely fly past Earth today and tomorrow may have more in common than their intriguingly similar orbits. They may be twins of a sort.

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Gigantic water falls may once have plunged over these cliffs on to the valley floor. The remarkably smooth valley floor was later flooded by basaltic lava. (Photo by ESA via Getty Images)

An impressive cliff, up to 4000 m high, is located in the eastern part of Echus Chasma. Gigantic water falls may once have plunged over these cliffs on to the valley floor. The remarkably smooth valley floor was later flooded by basaltic lava.
Gigantic water falls may once have plunged over these cliffs on to the valley floor. The remarkably smooth valley floor was later flooded by basaltic lava. (Photo by ESA via Getty Images) An impressive cliff, up to 4000 m high, is located in the eastern part of Echus Chasma. Gigantic water falls may once have plunged over these cliffs on to the valley floor. The remarkably smooth valley floor was later flooded by basaltic lava.
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Friday Fun Facts About Mars

Is it possible to create global warming on Mars? Scientists think they can. Maybe earth is a test case.

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University of Montana to Purchase $1.25 Million Telescope to Search for Earth-Like Planets, NASA Approves Grant

The University of Montana is getting some help to purchase a $1.25 million telescope.

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Spacecraft Named by Bozeman Students to Crash Into Moon

LOS ANGELES (AP) - NASA's latest moon mission is about to meet its end.

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Did NASA Try to Cover Up A UFO Siting This Easter?

Watch the video starting from the 4:00 minute mark to get a full idea of what the video is showing. The camera takes an abrupt angle change around 4:40 to point up at the three (possibly four) objects. The commentator then begins to explain that the objects are reflections off of tin foil. We will let you be the judge on what the objects are. Let us know in the comments below. 

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Emily Dickinson Students Choose First Student-Selected Moon Images [PHOTO]

Fourth Grade students of Bozeman's Emily Dickinson Elementary School were honored with choosing the first photos to be released from the two satilites, Ebb and Flow, orbiting the moon. The students won this honor by submitting the winning names, Ebb and Flow, for the two satellites in a national contest. The photo they chose gives a great depiction of the far side of the moon along with Earth just off the horizon. Two things you never get to see while stationed here on Earth.

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NASA Releases Amazing Hi-Res Photo of Earth [PHOTO]

Photos of the Earth taken from space are nothing new, but you’ve never seen the planet like this before, guaranteed. Dubbed “Blue Marble,” this NASA photo is a staggering 64-megapixels with an 8000 x 8000 resolution.

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NASA Says 2011 Was Insanely Warm on Planet Earth

Some people may think climate change is just a myth, but there’s no arguing with this: NASA scientists say the earth’s surface temperature in 2011 was the ninth warmest since 1880. What’s more, nine of the 10 warmest years in modern recorded history have occurred since the year 2000.

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Emily Dickinson Fourth Graders Name NASA’s Moon Crafts

In September of 2011 two space crafts were sent up to orbit and document the Moon's surface. NASA held a national competition to collect name submissions for the two Moon Crafts and Nina DiMauro's Fourth Grade Class at Emily Dickinson Elementary in Bozeman won with the names 'Ebb' and 'Flow'.

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