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  • Mission To Mars

    Mission To Mars0

    Have you ever looked up into the night sky and wondered what’s out there? What would it be like to be on another planet, or another galaxy? Are there planets like our Earth, and maybe even other forms of life out there? Most of us grow up wondering, and a few even make it their

  • Scientists discover another earth like planet

    Scientists discover another earth like planet0

    The news is in – scientists have discovered yet another earth-like planet in our galaxy! The Milky Way, our beloved and much photographed galaxy, is somewhere between 100-120,000 light-years across (a light-year is the distance light can travel in a year, equal to about 10 trillion kilometers or 6 trillion miles) and contains between 100-400

  • Watching the Night Sky

    Watching the Night Sky0

    Hey kids, when you look up at the sky at night, what do you see? If you live in a city, you can probably see the moon and a few stars. But if you live out in the country, away from all the city lights, you can see a sky full of stars! But stars

  • Why is Pluto not a planet?

    Why is Pluto not a planet?2

    How many planets are there in our solar system? Did you answer 9? Hmm, that’s strange, because according to the International Astronomical Union, there are only 8 planets in the solar system. Are we sure? Well, let’ count them: 1: Mercury, 2: Venus, 3: Earth (our favourite!), 4: Mars, 5:Jupiter, 6: Saturn, 7: Uranus, 8:

  • Why is the sky blue?

    Why is the sky blue?0

    One of the most popular questions in the world, and one that leaves mothers and fathers scratching their heads, has got to be “Why is the sky blue?” The truth is that the sky changes colors in different places and at different times. At night, it’s black with shiny specks, sunrise and sunset can show