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Star Parties, Blue Grass, Hopi Dances Bringing Ninety Million Dollars to Flagstaff 

“The dedication and passion for the arts and science draws tourists, benefits residents and impacts the local economy by $90 million each year.” T. Tannous, Director, Flagstaff Arts Council   Flagstaff’s rich culture of arts and science contributes to the city’s character, sophistication and diversity. Events like the Flagstaff Festival of Science link world-class science […]

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Highlighting Flagstaff’s Science

Setting sail with a new level of professionalism, the Flagstaff Festival of Science invites all to surf the new science website designed by indigo8. The schedule for the more than 70 activities in the free, 10-day event, Sept. 21 – 30, can be found at scifest.org.   “As we launch into the 23rd Festival, we are seeing […]

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Festival of Science Underway in Flagstaff

The 2011 Flagstaff Festival of Science, through Oct. 2, promises celestial fireworks, soaring gas pillars and mystic mountains as Science Illuminates the far reaches of the universe through the windows of the Hubble Space Telescope. Hubble astronaut, physicist and spacewalker Dr. John Grunsfeld kicked off the FREE 10-day event as the keynote presenter.   Grunsfeld has […]

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USGS Bringing Millions to Flagstaff Economy

The Flagstaff Science Campus (FSC) of the United States Geological Survey (USGS) has played an integral part in scientific research as a training hub for moon-bound astronauts since its beginnings in the early 1960s. While the FSC has moved into more diversified fields of study, it remains a vital part of Flagstaff’s economy and of […]

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Science Foundation Arizona Active in Flagstaff

During the past year, Science Foundation Arizona has been active statewide, with several projects in Northern Arizona. Last October hundreds of Flagstaff fifth-graders gazed into the dark night sky at distant stars with their self-built “Galileoscopes.” Seven months later in May, many of those same students peered through jewelers’ loupes to study, up close, what […]

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