Source: The Washington Post
In this article, 17-year-old science student Sara Sakowitz shares her experience being a girl who loves science.
It’s not likely that you think of Shakespeare and video games at the same time, but that may be about to change!
Read about three African women
who are contributing to space exploration programs on their home continent: a
space engineer, a physicist and explorer, and a space law adviser.
Source: All Work
Is history repeating itself? Read about the uncanny similarities and drastic differences between the Roaring Twenties and now.
The inspiring legacy of Holocaust survivor Arnold Frinland is shared to a worldwide audience via social media.
Writer Eileen Gunn explores the pessimistic or optimistic views of science fiction authors and how their stories influence real scientists.
Source: Live Science
As China’s space program heats up, they aim to launch 60 missions in 2022 alone, breaking the world record of 55 missions set just last year.
Watch this short interview with NASA Administrator Bill Nelson about the Artemis program and NASA’s plans to return humans to the moon in 2025.
Watch the short video and read one of the related articles from NASA to learn why.
Source: Smithsonian Magazine
Space trash is another manmade pollutant humans must address before it is too late. Read about one company’s efforts.