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Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster

By: Ashton Gekhman, Journalist
Just 73 seconds into the flight, disaster struck.
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NASAs Hubble Space Telescope Finds Dead Stars Polluted with Planet Debris by NASA Goddard Photo and Video is licensed under CC BY 2.0.

Neutron Stars and How They’re Made

By: Taha Rabah, Journalist
There are different layers of a neutron star, first we have the outer layer which is 1 million kelvin which is much hotter then the measly 5778 C of our sun.
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The Wormhole Theory

By: Toby Tepp, Journalist
One of Albert Einstein's many theories was the existence of wormholes. But what exactly are wormholes and could they exist?
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Space Elevators Are Closer Than We Think

“Space Elevators” Are Closer Than We Think

By: Alexander Zabavskiy, Journalist
Although it may seem like a far-off idea, the space elevator—a building that extends into the sky—might be closer than we think. space elevators could become a thing in the next two to three decades!
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rocket sled

10 Fastest Manmade Objects

By: Michael Philipov, Journalist
The 10 fastest man-made objects are one of the most powerful inventions we have ever created, and the way we made them can be very interesting.
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https://www.nasa.gov/content/discoveries-highlights-shining-a-light-on-dark-matter

The Giant Magnifying Glass.

By: Renik deJong, Journalist
Gravitational lensing lets us see galaxies in multiple places. Gravity from large galaxies or black holes bend light.
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Women In STEM: Part 4: Math

By: Ida Selander, Journalist

Math: Katherine Johnson was born Katherine Coleman on August 26, 1918, in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, the youngest of four children. Her skill with mathematics and numbers manifested at a...

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Women In STEM: Part 3: Engineering

By: Ida Selander, Journalist

Engineering: Sally Ride was born on May 26, 1951, in Encino, California (near Los Angeles), the older daughter of Carol Joyce and Dale Burdell Ride. She had one sibling, nicknamed "Bear" (her real name...

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Space X’s “Polaris Dawn”

By: Olivia Rose, Journalist
The mission will launch a crew of 4 in their Dragon capsule. It will orbit from Complex 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
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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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The German V-2 Rocket

The German V-2 Rocket

By: Lucas Nguyen, Journalist

The V-2 Rocket is a German-designed rocket and considered to be the first long range ballistic guided missile in the world which was used post war by the Allies for their atomic warheads. How It Works The...

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An Engineer Builds Worlds First Retractable Proto-Lightsaber

An Engineer Builds World’s First Retractable Proto-Lightsaber

By: Arjan Shankhi, Journalist
The YouTuber James Hobson is known as "the Hacksmith", who loves to turn sci-fi items into real-life sci-fi items. He and his team built the world's first real retractable plasma-based lightsaber in the past four years.  This lightsaber doesn't just include plasma but it also burns at titanium - melting over  4,000 degrees Fahrenheit.
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