A breakdown of NASA’s Artemis plan and the components involved, as well as input as to how students can get involved.
Exploring how learning from experimental error may teach students more than a successful experiment would
Sending information archives to the lunar surface for future generations
By Jeffrey Gong No one will ever read this sentence. There’s still a little bit of time before the Last Star burns out. Some cultures, long ago, would have called it a white dwarf, the still-glowing spent core of a yellow-white star. It used to be that stars came in more colors and sizes. Back … Continue reading The Final Spark
By Andrea Perng On January 31, several areas of the world, including the western United States, had the chance to see a once-in-a-lifetime phenomenon: the coinciding of a supermoon, blue moon and total lunar eclipse all at once, referred to as a super blood blue moon. The result was a stunningly red moon about 14% … Continue reading Lunar Eclipse
Life beyond Earth’s boundaries has long since been the subject of speculation. Proxima b could make extraterrestrial life a reality. By Charlotte Chui For years, the idea of life outside of Earth has intrigued many. It has been pictured in sci-fi movies, television shows and even novels. There have been countless interpretations of the possibilities … Continue reading Life beyond the Milky Way