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Solar Panels by Living Off Grid is licensed under CC BY 2.0.

Why I think solar power is the best source of energy

By: Ali iskandar, jurnolist
Silver power is one of the most abundant, clean and renewable sources of energy available. It is both environmentally friendly and cost effective. Its applications range from powering homes and vehicles to providing electricity for industrial and commercial use.
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Dyson Sphere by Kevin M. Gill is licensed under CC BY 2.0

All About Dyson Spheres

By: Salar Nasimov, Journalist
A dyson sphere is a hypothetical structure that would cover a star, and capture its energy output so it could be used by humans. The idea was first proposed by physicist Freeman Dyson in 1960 as an idea to explore the ways people in the future could collect energy from a star.
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Solar panels: How Are They Made?

By: Jimy Ordonez, Journalist
Solar panels are layers of materials that work together to make energy.
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Solar Panels by Living Off Grid is licensed under CC BY 2.0.

Solar Energy and How it Affects Us

By: Persia Tahereh Maleki, Journalist
The sun. It may seem like a yellow dot up in the sky, but the sun does much more than you think.
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Northeast Solar Energy Research Center by Brookhaven National Laboratory is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0.

Heliogen: The Future of Renewable Energy

By: Victor Cao, Journalist
Fossil fuels are by far the greatest contributor to global warming, accounting for over 75% of global greenhouse gas emissions. The sun has enough energy to power the entire world if it is evenly distributed.
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Black Holes

Black Holes

By: Logan Lee, Journalist
Black holes are extremely mysterious and not a lot is know about them.
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NASAs James Webb space telescope

NASA’s James Webb space telescope

The telescope has also acquired the name "JWST" or "Webb". It was launched in late 2021 in French Guiana. Throughout the next decade this telescope will be the "premier observatory" Webb will help study...

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Solar panel reflection by OregonDOT is marked with CC BY 2.0.

Solar Cells

By: Olivia Rose, Journalist
Solar cell efficiency is determined by how much light goes into it and how much energy comes out. Recently that has been upped to 30%.
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SpaceX and T-Mobile partner up to link satellites to cell phones

SpaceX and T-Mobile partner up to link satellites to cell phones

By: Yusuf Lashin, Journalist
How did SpaceX and T-Mobile partner up to link satellites to cell phones?
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Hot Blue Stars Near the Core of Galaxy M32 by NASA Hubble is licensed under CC BY 2.0

Different Types Of Stars

By: Logan Xavier Lee, Journalist
These are the different types of stars.
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Climate Change: Geoengineering a cleaner and safer environment

Climate Change: Geoengineering a cleaner and safer environment

By: Arjan Shankhi, Journalist
Climate Change is a long-term weather condition which is mainly caused by burning fossil fuels such as gas, coal, and oil. When fossil fuel is burnt it releases carbon dioxide into the air which is causing the Earth to warm up.
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Viking Sólarsteinn Sunstones Used For Navigation - Iceland Spar

Viking “Sólarsteinn” Sunstones Used For Navigation – Iceland Spar

By: Linus Koepcke, Journalist
How did Vikings navigate at sea without GPS?
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