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Your Kids Can Learn On Youtube – What Is Backpack TV? [VIDEO]

It's no secret that Bozeman has some of the best teachers in the region, and more importantly - teachers that connect with their students WHERE THEIR STUDENTS ARE...online.

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Venus
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Once-In-A-Lifetime “Transit Of Venus” Celebration To Be Held At Bobcat Stadium

Montana State University is throwing a rare, public viewing party on June 5th. All are welcome to Bobcat Stadium to watch Venus cross in front of the sun for the final time in more than 100 years!

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Eclipse
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A Partial Solar Eclipse Will Be Visible Over Montana This Sunday

A partial solar eclipse is expected to be visible here in Montana this Sunday, May 20th. This will mark the first time in 10 years an eclipse has been visible over Montana. Details here:

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Finally, Sharks With Frickin’ Lasers Attached To Their Heads! [VIDEO]

Dr. Evil made his simple super villain request 15 years ago (if you can believe that), and now, finally someone has made it happen. SHARKS WITH FRICKIN' LASERS ATTACHED TO THEIR FRICKIN' HEADS....seriously.

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Hulton Archive/Getty
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What Disease Could Be Making a Surprise Comeback?

Thought to be eliminated in the US since 2000, the number of measles cases spiked last year to 222, the highest number in 15 years. Not surprisingly, the majority of those affected did not receive the measles vaccine, said a report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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MSU photo by Kelly Gorham
MSU photo by Kelly Gorham
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Montana State Student David Halat Wins Goldwater Scholarship

Montana State University has a long history of Goldwater Scholarship winners and now we can add another winner from the Chemistry Department, David Halat. Congratulations from all of us at 95-1 The MOOSE! Details here:

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NASA MoonKAM
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Emily Dickinson Students Choose First Student-Selected Moon Images [PHOTO]

Fourth Grade students of Bozeman’s Emily Dickinson Elementary School were honored with choosing the first photos to be released from the two satilites, Ebb and Flow, orbiting the moon. The students won this honor by submitting the winning names, Ebb and Flow, for the two satellites in a national contest. The photo they chose gives a great depiction of the far side of the moon along with Earth just off the horizon. Two things you never get to see while stationed here on Earth.

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Category: Newsletter, Photos, Science
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Solar Flare Head Towards Earth – What Is A Solar Flare?

Dude....my cell phone isn't working right, and my radio sounds weird, man. Well, forecasters at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Space Weather Prediction Center said the sun erupted Tuesday evening

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Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for City Harvest
Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for City Harvest
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Kids Getting Cavities In Record Numbers – Not Brushing Their Teeth?

A disturbing trend seems to be occurring in America...young kids getting cavities in record numbers, to the point of needing anesthesia at the dentist's office to complete major procedures like root canals!

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Leap Year
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Why We Have A Leap Year

Ever wonder how the leap year was established and exactly what would happen if we didn't have one every 4 years? Basically, the leap year shift keeps the calender in line with our seasons. USA Today published an interesting article about why we have a leap year, with a brief history of the bonus day.

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MSU photo by Kelly Gorham
MSU photo by Kelly Gorham
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Reason #587 Why Montana State Is Better Than University Of Montana

Simple. We're smarter. Even NASA thinks so. Why? Because they're going to launch ANOTHER of MSU's satellites into space. DETAILS HERE:

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Photo by Lee/Central Press/Getty Images
Photo by Lee/Central Press/Getty Images
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Gallatin Valley Medical History At The Pioneer Museum Of Bozeman

A new exhibit at the Pioneer Museum of Bozeman explores the development of health care in the Gallatin Valley. “Crutches, Cavities and Cures” displays items from a bygone era when doctors carried a black bag and nurses wore either a “short” or “long” cap emblazoned with a red cross.

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