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David Rios Ferreira: Transcending Time and Space Exhibition at the UMFA in Salt Lake City, Utah (Courtesy UMFA)

UMFA’s ‘Transcending Time and Space’ is a Gateway to Love, Loss and Memory

By Alfonso Belloso, Arts Writer April 14, 2022

  The Utah Museum of Fine Arts unveiled the latest exhibition presented by ACME Lab titled “Transcending Time and Space” by David Rios Ferreira, featuring work and writing by Denae Shanidiin.  The...

(Graphic by Sydney Stam | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Bringhurst: Let Billionaires Foot the Bill for Space Travel

By Maggie Bringhurst, Opinion Writer November 5, 2021

  Space exploration is an increasingly profitable sector and billionaires are cashing in. Since Elon Musk’s success with SpaceX, other entrepreneurs have hopped on the train — Richard Branson...

(Graphic by Sydney Stam | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Alexander: Tone-Deaf Billionaires Explore Space

By CJ Alexander, Opinion Writer August 6, 2021

  The ultimate commercial race to space is underway, led by the richest of the rich. On July 11, billionaire Sir Richard Branson, who’s known for his risky yet expensive adventures, flew to space. Nine...

Photo Courtesy of Thomas Stucky. (Photographed by Arno Rogg.)

U Alumni Thomas Stucky and His Connection to the Mars Rover Perseverance

By Malinka Kaluarachchi, News Writer March 21, 2021

  On Feb. 18, 2021, Thomas Stucky and thousands of people nervously watched NASA’s rover Perseverance touchdown on Mars. As it landed, NASA’s mission control room celebrated the successful...

Beck and NASA collaborate to create an immersive visual album for Hyperspace (Courtesy Indigo Show)

Beck and NASA Bring ‘Hyperspace’ to Life with an Audiovisual Experience

By Kate Button, Arts Writer, Copy Editor August 23, 2020

  On Aug. 12, Beck released a new version of his 2019 album, “Hyperspace.” This new release features a visual component created in collaboration with NASA and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory....

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Exploration of Space, Time and Death: A Review of New Foals Album

By Kate Button, Arts Writer, Copy Editor November 12, 2019

  In their sixth studio album, “Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost: Part 2,” Foals, a rock group based out of Oxford, explores themes of mortality, humanity and the realities of life. On March...

A still from Apollo 11. Courtesy Sundance Institute.

Sundance: ‘Apollo 11’ Sheds New Light on the Moon Mission With Never Before Seen Footage

By Alaikia Marielle January 29, 2019

  “Apollo 11” is a visually breathtaking film documenting the July 1969 Apollo 11 mission to the moon, perfectly capturing the excitement, anxiety and anticipation of what is arguably one of...

Total lunar eclipse

Total Lunar Eclipse ‘Super Blood Wolf Moon’: What You Need to Know

By Amy Loret January 10, 2019

  Mark your calendars and get ready to watch the rare ‘super blood wolf moon’ total lunar eclipse on the night of Sunday, Jan. 20, 2019. Lunar eclipses occur when the Earth’s shadow blocks...

(Graphic by Ivy Smith)

Spring Classes Are Out of This World

January 21, 2015

  What do Martians, dinosaurs and E.T. have in common? They are all topics of classes taught at the U. Among the regular course schedules filled with math, behavioral science and the fine arts...

(Photo Courtesy of Bill Dunford)

The U Makes Its Space Debut

September 28, 2014

  There is now an asteriod named after the U. Patrick Wiggins, with the U’s Department of Physics and Astronomy, has named an asteroid “Univofutah.” Wiggins discovered the asteroid on Sept....