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Study of Extraterrestrial Life at KU Is Rare Undergraduate Opportunity

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Few universities can claim to offer study in extra-terrestrial life with a course taught by an astronaut. Count the University of Kansas among those that can. The Department of Physics and Astronomy offers a rare opportunity to undergraduate students in its minor in astrobiology. There are only two other institutions in the nation that offer an astrobiology minor.

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