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From Campus to Space: UNC Professor Building His Own Satellite


As the nation celebrated the anniversary of the first people landing on the moon recently, space was on many people’s minds. For Andrew Mann, though, it’s a daily topic. The assistant professor at UNC researches young planets and how they develop Earth-like characteristics with the goal of finding whether Earth is truly unique in the universe. (Chapelboro.com)

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