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CU-Boulder's Native American Sustainable Housing Initative (NASHI) -- part of the environmental design program -- is featured by South Dakota public television in an episode looking at substandard housing on re

NASA's MAVEN mission to Mars, which is being led by the University of Colorado Boulder, successfully launched at 11:28 a.m. Colorado time on Nov. 18.

A $671 million NASA mission to Mars being led by the University of Colorado Boulder is approaching its official countdown toward a planned Nov. 18 launch after a decade of rigorous work by faculty, professionals, staff and students. On Nov.

Watch the launch on Nov. 18, 2013, as CU-Boulder's MAVEN mission to mars blasts off to study the red planet. Find out what we'll learn about the Martian atmosphere.

CU-Boulder faculty and students are playing a key role in the $670 million Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution Mission (MAVEN). MAVEN will explore the planet’s upper atmosphere, ionosphere and interactions with the sun and solar wind.

Bruce Jakosky, CU-Boulder professor of geologic sciences and principal investigator for the MAVEN mission, explains the Mars spacecraft's mission. The launch date for the craft is set for Nov. 18, 2013 at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

When NASA's MAVEN spacecraft powers up on the launch pad for its journey to Mars in mid-November, one University of Colorado Boulder student will be especially pleased to see the spacecraft disappear into the heavens over Cape Canaveral, Fla.

CU-Boulder aerospace students launch their own model rockets during E-Days festivities.

A new CU-Boulder study shows the Arctic may be the warmest it's been in 120,000 years. Professor Gifford Miller and his team used dead mosses on the edges of receding ice caps as clocks to date warming periods on Baffin Island.

Sky gazers at CU-Boulder’s Fiske Planetarium are getting better, clearer and deeper views. And not just of astronomy anymore.

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