You may find this issue spacy because our theme for the month is outer space. Have you noticed that practically every week we've been hearing more about space than we ever imagined before? New galaxies, the age of the universe, new planets, space station construction projects, and an untethered satellite are just the recent news events. To help you keep up, we're spotlighting "An Inquirer's Guide to The Universe," an online exploration of other worlds. Amy helps out with her "quite amazing" space facts.
Back here on earth, you'll want to visit North Hagerstown High School, our online school of the month. While you're there, visit their historical listing to help ground yourself after your outer space explorations.
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"An Inquirer's Guide to The Universe"
Visit our five favorite online sites. Most are educational, some are whimsical, all are fun.
Can you discover the hidden object of the month?
Visit North Hagerstown High School, our online school of the month.
Our resident science student, Amy, visits outer space.
Keep up with the latest science happenings.
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