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The Moon

The Moon

Ethan J., Reporter

February 12, 2020

In the past, no one knew about the moon until in 1610 when Galileo Galilei discovered it. When he found moons orbiting Jupiter, he knew that other planets in the galaxy, including Earth, could have moons. So far, the moon is the largest and brightest object during the night on Earth.  The Moon h...

PS5 Teaser

PS5 Teaser

Diego G., Editor

February 2, 2020

The Playstation 5, something people have been anticipating for almost the whole decade, is finally being released to the public at the end of this year. Its competition, Xbox Series X also being released around the same time.    Although the model of the PS5 was posted by a person who worked ...

The History of Honey

The History of Honey

Chase K., Reporter

January 29, 2020

Humans have been enthralled with honey and bees for as long as history can tell. In Africa, tribes even learned the trills of the honeyguide so they could follow it all the way to a wild beehive and get the honey. People have gone through great lengths to taste the sweet reward of honey. What is honey...

What is Zero-Waste?

What is Zero-Waste?

Anselle P., Reporter

January 28, 2020

Every day, the average person throws away around 4.4 pounds of trash. This results in one person throwing away around 1606 pounds thrown away in a year. This means millions of tons of waste end up in landfills and the environment each year. With the amount of trash and resources consumed, many negati...

Vaccine For Cat Allergies Developed

Vaccine For Cat Allergies Developed

Chase K., Reporter

January 27, 2020

Over a billion people worldwide have an allergy to cats. Cat allergies affect more people than any other animal-related allergy and those affected may experience a combination of coughing, sneezing, teary or itchy eyes, and irritated skin. Despite this, one-third of those with cat allergies keep cats in...

NASA’s Satellites Capture Shrinking Glacier in Alaska

NASA’s Satellites Capture Shrinking Glacier in Alaska

Sahana G., Reporter

January 25, 2020

Climate change has changed the world, and a glacier in Alaska showed that change. For the past 47 years, satellites captured photos that show this glacier shrinking. Nobody knew until December 10, when the images were shown during the American Geophysical Union’s annual meeting. Satellites from NASA a...

Two Gamma-ray Bursts Reach Record Levels

Two Gamma-ray Bursts Reach Record Levels

Naina B., Editor

January 25, 2020

Recently scientists have recorded two gamma-ray bursts reaching a total of 5900 type Ia supernova, creating a record-breaking amount of energy photons. Type la supernova is just a type of supernova that occurs in binary systems. These two bursts happened in far off galaxies, but scientists on Earth were ...

Scientists Find A Way To Resolve Issues During Sleep

Scientists Find A Way To Resolve Issues During Sleep

Lauren N., Reporter

January 9, 2020

Everyone everywhere has stress and problems that they have to fix, but might not have the resources to figure out a resolution for it. In the past, scientists have tried to figure out ways to lower the stress levels of teenagers and adults, but have only been partly successful. Recently, scientists have figur...

Why Fake Spider Webs Aren’t Such a Good Idea

Why Fake Spider Webs Aren’t Such a Good Idea

Samuel T., Reporter

November 21, 2019

Halloween is a truly fabulous holiday, and with awesome and creative costumes, loads of candy, as well as the amazing Halloween decorations for houses. Some popular decorations include fake spiders, tombstone sets, and also pumpkins, an iconic figure in the Halloween world. Another large decoration that p...

NASA is Developing a New Spacesuit

NASA is Developing a New Spacesuit

Ryan S., Reporter

November 5, 2019

In the wake of an age that strives for equality, NASA is creating a spacesuit appropriate for both men and women. NASA’s project has proven to be a major step in equalizing their suits’ capabilities towards both genders. Most of the outfits previously manufactured by them have been directed towa...

SpaceX Presentation: Starship and BFR

SpaceX Presentation: Starship and BFR

Tyler K., Editor

November 5, 2019

It’s that time of year again… Yup another starship presentation from Elon Musk himself. If handling Tesla and SolarCity wasn’t enough, get a load of this. Recently on September 28, 2019, SpaceX held a presentation on their newest thing a ma jig, Star Ship, and BFR (Big Falcon Rocket). The SUPER ...

Sending Internet into Space

Sending Internet into Space

Lauren N., Reporter

October 29, 2019

Even the thought of people going into space was impossible in the 1950s, but that all changed the moment that Yuri Gagarin went into space. From there, satellites and spacecraft have only gotten better and better as the years went by. Many spacecraft organizations have been created, such as SpaceX, N...

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