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Has "Star Trek" changed the world? Author Ryan Britt examines a legacy of 50 years and beyond.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How A Tucson woman made a life-changing transformation through art.

Tucson-based scientists giving moon rocks a second look

NASA's Apollo 16 crew originally collected the samples 50 years ago.

Former shuttle cockpit simulator comes to Tucson

Astronauts trained on it, then it became a movie set.

University of Arizona backed telescope project off to a stellar start

The James Webb Space Telescope will aim its optics at distant galaxies.

Space telescope launched on daring quest to behold 1st stars

The University of Arizona designed one of the instruments on board.

Threat from hazardous space debris is getting worse

A University of Arizona scientist says tracking rogue objects is harder than ever.

Bezos' private space program could yield dividends for researchers

Scientists anticipate less-expensive access to Earth orbit and the moon.

New Apollo era film looks back on moon mission photoraphy

The documentary producer is reviewing thousands of rare spaceflight images.

New exhibit spotlights Arizona's place in space exploration

The exhibit includes relics such as a spacesuit worn by Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin

Understanding walls: "The barrier that we create in our hearts must be broken to heal and grow".

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Remembering the first space shuttle launch, 40 years ago; the uncertain state of the film industry reflected at the 93rd annual Academy Awards; and the tale of a very silly man.

Planetary scientists look ahead to new airborne explorers

They say the historic Mars Ingenuity helicopter flight is only the beginning.

"The Zoologist's Guide to the Galaxy" - Are there universal laws of biology?

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The City of Tucson changes policy on recycling glass; taking a nature hike along Cienega Creek; and a reminder of the positive difference you can make in your own backyard.

"Beyond Earth's Edge: The Poetry of Spaceflight".

Also on Arizona Spotlight: "DUSTWUN", a film about life, death and trust on the U.S. / Mexico Border.

OSIRIS-REx touches an asteroid

The UA-led project is a first for NASA.

OSIRIS-REx closing in on asteroid sampling attempt

The UA-backed mission is one week away from its crucial maneuver.

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