Not The Perfect Mate February 15, 2019

How do you help an endangered species thrive once again? Some might fight for policies to prevent people from poaching (or illegally killing wild anim

George Is Dead. Who Was George? February 7, 2019

A shy Hawaiian snail made news recently for being the last of its species. George, named after Lonesome George (the last surviving Galapagos tortoise)

Where In The World Is … The North Pole? February 7, 2019

If we tallied up interesting facts we shared this month at Xyza, this one would most definitely top the chart! You probably know of the north pole and

Is It Freezing, Or Is It Just Me? February 1, 2019

What’s colder than freezing? Because that’s what a lot of people in the Midwestern parts of the United States felt this week. Meteorologists predi

Goodbye, Boo. January 25, 2019

With his sweet teddy bear-like face, and tiny fuzzball frame, it’s no surprise that those who encountered him often said, “Awe … how cute!” Li

Welcome To The Dark Side … January 19, 2019

Of the moon that is! The start of 2019 has been an exciting one for space scientists and space enthusiasts alike! First it was the confirmed discoveri

TESS-ting, TESS-ting, 1, 2, 3 January 11, 2019

It launched last April and only started surveying the sky and space around it since July, but TESS, otherwise known as the Transiting Exoplanet Survey

That’s One Supportive Peacock? December 14, 2018

When the holidays come around, many of us will be getting on airplanes to visit friends and family or to embark on a much-needed vacation. If you’r

Landing Was Just The First Step November 30, 2018

On November 27th, people waited with bated breath as NASA landed its eighth spacecraft, InSight, on Mars. The mission? To spend two years gathering in

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