For the past year, almost everything has slowed down. Businesses have been closed, restaurants could only do takeout, and workplaces were shut down. One area that remained normal was spaceflight. SpaceX has set many records and then broken them. Starship has flown and landed a minivan-sized rover has landed on Mars, and so much more. … Continue reading A Year in Space
On Thursday, February 18, at 3:55 pm EST, NASA’s Perseverance rover made a gentle landing on the surface of Mars. The rover is very similar to Curiosity, another NASA rover that has been on the surface of Mars since 2012. Even though the rovers look very similar, they are very different. Curiosity has been looking … Continue reading Martian Minivan
This article will go over the vehicles, prices, safety considerations, and other information related to most of the options for civilians to travel to space and back. For more information about each vehicle, go to the websites linked at the bottom of each section. Blue Origin New Shepard Vehicle overview: Blue Origin will utilize their … Continue reading Guide to Space Tourism
There are many strange ideas that have helped bring spaceflight to where it is today. Some of these ideas include making massive engines, such as the F-1, which stood almost 20 feet wide or using explosives to separate different parts of the rocket. There are currently two space companies working on catching rockets while they … Continue reading Catching a Rocket Mid-Fall
The hit social media app “TikTok” has completely shifted in the past month. People’s “For You” pages are seeing less dances, challenges, and singing videos, but instead are flooded by the face of a movie character from a popular franchise that came out almost 20 years ago: Draco Malfoy. #Dracotok has completely wiped the app … Continue reading Draco TikTok: Why is it Trending?
As of now, pretty much everyone has been in at least one Google Meet. Some people like them, others don’t, but one thing is for sure in many cases, they help learning from home. While some classes, like physical education, don’t have class-long Meets, many classes such as English and math absolutely do. In these … Continue reading How to Use Technology: Google Meets