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

The Magic Number Is … 1.5 Degrees November 9, 2018

In the year 2040, a lot of things will be very different. Xyza will be twenty-four years old, you might be older than thirty, and we might not be driv

Where Are The Elephants? September 21, 2018

Botswana, a country in Africa, is home to one of the largest elephant populations in the world. When increasingly threatened the elephants, Botswana a

Florence And The Hurricane Machine September 15, 2018

Mother Nature hasn’t been too pleased lately, and climate change experts attribute her wrath of stronger and more frequent hurricanes and typhoons t

Who Is Jebi? September 7, 2018

Jebi, the strongest typhoon to hit Japan in twenty-five years, came crashing down on the country this week, lashing the coast and leaving more than a

Grease In Space August 24, 2018

If you think outer space is nice and clean, think again. Recent research by an Australian-Turkish team shows that there is plenty of grease in space.