Birds are very patriotic creatures even before they hatch. This was surprisingly discovered by scientists studying the eggs of yellow-legged gulls.

If you’ve ever seen a yellow-legged gull nest, you know that they build some pretty wild nests. But did you know that their nests are actually quite patriotic? A study published in the journal PLOS One discovered that the eggs of yellow-legged gulls contain traces of American and Canadian flags. What do scientists discover when … Read more

A 35-year-old man named Jonny Kim became NASA’s first Korean-American astronaut.

Jonny Kim was born in Seoul, South Korea on October 7th, 1977. He is a 35-year-old American astronaut, who became NASA’s first Korean-American astronaut on October 5th, 2019. This incredible achievement is a testament to the power of hard work and the importance of diversity in space exploration. Jonny Kim’s journey to becoming an astronaut … Read more

A group of people who do not believe in modern science are about to embark on an expedition to the South Pole to prove that the world is flat and not round.

If you’re like most people, you probably believe that the world is round. After all, it’s been around for centuries and has been proven time and time again by scientists. But there are a few stubborn people out there who don’t believe in modern science, and they’ve decided to go on an expedition to the … Read more

All the knowledge of humanity that will be placed on the moon

The moon is a fascinating place, and one that has been eyed by humanity for centuries. As we learn more about it, we’re finding that it may be the perfect place to store all the knowledge of humanity. What is the Moon? The Moon is an astronomical body that orbits Earth, being Earth’s only permanent … Read more

We need to know that science is not something we leave after school.

Science has always been seen as a subject that is left after school, or something that people do when they have time to spare. But this isn’t the case any more – science is now essential for everyone, and we need to make sure that we continue learning about it. What is science? Science is … Read more

Images released by the Daniel K Inouye Solar Telescope on the island of Hawaii reveal objects as small as 30 kilometers across the Sun’s surface.

The Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope has released images of the Sun’s surface that reveal objects as small as 30 kilometers across. This is significant because it means that we now have a better understanding of how the Sun works and evolves. Images Released by the Daniel K Inouye Solar Telescope Images have been released … Read more

Neil and Buzz successfully make it to Michael Collins, who is waiting above, and return to Earth safely.

Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to walk on the Moon on July 20, 1969. After spending just under two hours on the lunar surface, they return safely to Earth. While their feat is remarkable and remains a source of inspiration for many people, it’s also worth noting that they had help … Read more

India’s bid to become the first to explore the moon’s south pole has been thwarted after engineers on Earth lost contact with a control unit on Chandrayaan-2’s lunar lander.

India’s ambitious mission to explore the south pole of the moon has been thwarted after engineers lost contact with a control unit on the lunar lander. The setback comes as a major disappointment for India, which had been hoping to become the first country to achieve a soft landing on the far side of the … Read more

On July 19, 2020, 1.47 milliseconds before the 24-hour mark, it completed one week of orbiting the Earth.

On July 19, 2020, 1.47 milliseconds before the 24-hour mark, a small asteroid dubbed “Asteroid 2020 TQ” will make an extremely close flyby of Earth. If you’re curious about what this means for humanity, or just want to know more about asteroids in general, read on! What is meant by 1.milliseconds? 1 millisecond is the … Read more