A Shrinking Hole In The Ozone Layer? July 10, 2020

If Earth were a superhero, then the ozone layer would be one of her shields. You see, the ozone layer that exists in the Earth’s stratosphere absorb

Update: Let’s Go! From The US To Outer Space June 7, 2020

Update: June 7th, 2020 On May 30th, 2020, NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken took a historic mission to the International Space Station (ISS)

SETI@Home Says Goodbye … For Now March 20, 2020

The most significant public project in the search for alien life is coming to an end. The project began in 1995 with a simple question at UC Berkeley,

Mars Rover Has A Name! March 12, 2020

The name of the new Mars rover is … drum roll, please … bah dadadadadah … Perseverance! Last fall, NASA asked K-12 students to help name the new

Remembering NASA’s Human Computer February 28, 2020

Before the movie Hidden Figures came out in theaters, few outside of the space industry knew the name Katherine Johnson. Johnson was among a group of

What Does The Sun Look Like? February 21, 2020

If you were the most powerful solar telescope in the world, you’d probably show off a bit. Well, that’s what the Inouye Solar Telescope, a four-me

Done! Koch Completes Record Spaceflight February 18, 2020

Why Should Tweens & Teens Care About NASA Astronaut Christina Koch? Because … Koch just broke the record for the longest spaceflight completed b

Mars Rover: Does It Have A Name Yet? January 28, 2020

Last September, NASA asked kids across the United States to help them come up with a name for their new Mars rover. Well, ask and you shall receive! M

Seventeen-Year-Old Discovers New Planet January 21, 2020

Remember when we shared a story about TESS (Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite), a special satellite that’s surveying the sky in space? TESS capt