NASA’s JUNO spacecraft successfully entered Jupiter’s orbit on July 4, 2016. Let’s dive into all things Jupiter by asking why JUNO and what will it be doing there?
We’ve filled our homes, cars, streets, highways, and parking lots with an abundance of lights. While controlled light has been very handy in keeping us safe and entertained at night, there have been some pretty big issues as well.
For thousands of years, we have been trying to better understand our own vision. Scientists are now looking into what causes some of us to develop nearsighted vision.
We currently power our homes using the sun, wind, and fossil fuels, but how about the ocean?