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Every week, Denverite’s Readers’ Choice series delves into topics selected by the public.

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A portrait of Fran Banegal. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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A portrait of Fran Banegal. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

Every week, Denverite’s Readers’ Choice series delves into topics selected by the public.

Last week, the topic of space received the most votes. Mascots wasn’t far behind, so we’re including it in this week’s voting round, as well.

Check out this week’s Readers’ Choice story about how a University of Colorado Boulder professor will be watching for a phenomenon she’s studied throughout her career as the spacecraft Juno hurdles again past Jupiter next week.

You can start voting now for next week’s feature. Polls close at 12 p.m. on Friday. (If you’re having trouble viewing the form below, click here.)

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