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NASA has sent a rover to Mars. Here’s all you need to know about it.
As the rover landed, a voice said, “touchdown confirmed” – this was the voice of Dr. Swati Mohan, an Indian American who is among the team of scientists behind the Perseverance mission…
Written by Prakriti Panwar, a first-year undergraduate student
An archaeologist’s job involves much more than just digging. Writing, research, statistics, and data analysis are all integral parts as well.
Written by Prapti Sen, a grade 5 student.
This award hand-picks the best of American actors from the television industry and recognizes them. The word ‘Emmy’ is derived from ‘Immy’- a short name for orthicon which refers to a camera tube used in television series
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