Geologically Rich Land Found by NASA’s Perseverance Rover

On the red planet, Mars, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) Perseverance rover finds land to potentially be geologically rich. Which means Mars has potential valuable minerals. This also means that there is a chance that Mars can support life.  Launching in 2020, on July 30, the Perseverance rover landed on Mars on February 18, 2021. It additionally had a smaller landing target due … Continue reading Geologically Rich Land Found by NASA’s Perseverance Rover

New USPS Stamp for the James Webb Space Telescope

Orbiting 100 million miles away from the Sun, the largest telescope in space is ready to be shipped around the world, with its own postal stamp from the United States Postal Service (USPS). The stamp celebrates the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) James Webb Space Telescope, and the full-color pictures it has captured.  The stamp, which opened for sale on September 8, 2022, is … Continue reading New USPS Stamp for the James Webb Space Telescope

James Webb Telescope Takes First Photo of Distant World

The theory of new worlds might have just been confirmed by the James Webb Space Telescope from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). The telescope captured the exoplanet, HIP 65426 b, which is at least 6 times larger than Jupiter. The exoplanet is also a gas-giant, so it couldn’t support life. Additionally, NASA states that, unlike our 4.5-billion-year-old Earth, HIP 65426 b is about … Continue reading James Webb Telescope Takes First Photo of Distant World

NASA Artemis I Launch Scrubbed

The SLS rocket was scheduled to launch Monday, August 29, 2022 at 8:33 am (ET). However, due to engine complications, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) postponed the launch for possibly Friday, September 2nd.  Since the scheduled time was 8:33 am, there was a two-hour window to fuel the rocket and run tests as well. Although, as they were working on the Space Launch … Continue reading NASA Artemis I Launch Scrubbed

Serena Williams Walks Away from Tennis

Famous tennis player, Serena Williams has announced it might be time for her to step away from the court. Although, she will still be doing a variety of hobbies and talents, from family to fashion outside of the sport. Serena Williams announced her retirement in a Vogue magazine article by saying she will retire after playing at the 2022 U.S. Open at the end of … Continue reading Serena Williams Walks Away from Tennis

Doughnuts Around the World

Donuts, the perfect breakfast on the go or a “pick-me-up” after a long day of school or work. There’s the classical glazed, chocolate or strawberry frosting with or without sprinkles. However, there are many other varieties of the doughy treat around the world. The doughy pastry is so popular, it has its own national day.  Most people know the donut as a fluffy, doughy, and … Continue reading Doughnuts Around the World

2022 Inductees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Every year since 1963, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has been inducting outstanding artists, athletes, and other talented individuals. 2022’s group has a lot of artists that are considered the “makers of pop” including artists such as Dolly Parton, Lionel Richie, Eminem, and Duran Duran, along with many more artists. Although Dolly Parton almost dropped out of the competition, she still got inducted.  … Continue reading 2022 Inductees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

NASA’s Aeronautics Design Challenge

Along with Academic and Athletic competitions, the months of March, April, and May are additionally hosting the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) Aeronautics Design Challenge called “Dream With Us!” Students through grades 6-12 can submit original pieces from one of the three challenges, which include drone use, future airport and ventiports, and sustainable aircraft designs. NASA’s Design challenge also has rules and requirements, similar … Continue reading NASA’s Aeronautics Design Challenge