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Sunday Series: Astronomical Takeoff in the Science Category

Image from: Nebula / Shutterstock In the indelible words of the theme song of wisest man known to western culture, the ineffable Bill Nye The Science Guy, “SCIENCE RULES.” In the last month alone Americans spent a total of 149,038,982 minutes on sites in the Science Category. That’s over 283 years. That’s at least seven games of Monopoly. At least. So what do American’s want with science online? Evidently, quite a lot

Forget the Bahamas, I’m Going to Space

Unless you’ve been living under a (moon)rock, then you are well aware that Friday, July 8th marked the last launch of NASA’s space shuttle Atlantis. After 30 years of space exploration and discovery, Atlantis is making its final mission STS-135 to the recently completed International Space Station. This moment in history is a heavy weight to bear for many Americans. We have invested not only a large amount of resources