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Space Junk

December 18, 2020

There are many working satellites in space. We depend on them. They send information to the technology we use every day. But many other satellites are broken and still in orbit. Space junk is a problem. Debris floating around the…

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Let's Talk!

December 18, 2020

Daniel Holz is an astrophysicist. He works at the University of Chicago, in Illinois. He studies black holes. Holz spoke with TFK Kid Reporter Miguel Madero. TFK: What is a black hole? HOLZ: A black hole is an area in…

Food and Nutrition

Future Food

March 20, 2020

In the future, people might eat a new kind of meat. It will be grown in a lab. Lab-grown meat starts off as tiny cells that are safely taken from animals. Scientists feed the cells nutrients. The cells grow and…

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People

Artifact Adventure

December 27, 2019

Anna Semon is an archaeologist. That’s a person who finds and studies artifacts, or objects made by people in the past. Join  TIME for Kids  as we follow Semon on a dig and visit her in the lab.  1. Finding…

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Space

Mars Explorers

December 20, 2019

The surface of Mars is dry and rocky. There are no plants or animals on Mars. There’s not enough oxygen to breathe, either. Did the planet ever support life? NASA’s sending a robot to find out. The Mars 2020 rover…

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People

We Love Bugs!

October 25, 2019

Meet Kristie Reddick (above, left) and Jessica Honaker. They are bug scientists. Together, they are known as the Bug Chicks. The two make videos and write books about insects and spiders. The Bug Chicks go all over the world.…

Space

Mars Landing

January 11, 2019

NASA’s InSight spacecraft has made it to Mars. It landed there on November 26. It took InSight more than six months to get to the Red Planet. The trip was 300 million miles long. Flight controllers cheered when InSight touched…

Space

Moon Mission

November 16, 2018

People first set foot on the moon on July 20, 1969. They were part of the Apollo 11 mission. After that, NASA sent six more missions to the moon. But then the United States government stopped paying for lunar missions.…

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History

Fossil Find

October 26, 2018

Scientists have made a discovery about a 500 million–year-old fossil. A new study shows it was formed by an animal. It was one of the earliest creatures on Earth. The first fossil of this kind was described in 1947. The…

Environment

It's a Rainbow

August 31, 2018

After a storm, look at the sky. You might see a rainbow. This beautiful arc of color forms when sunlight shines through water in the air. Usually, light from the sun looks white. But it’s really all the colors of…