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Science and Math

Saturn

If humans ever make it to Saturn, they won’t be able to land on its surface. This enormous planet has no solid ground! Beyond its seven magnificent rings, Saturn swirls with dense clouds of… More →

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Pluto & the Dwarf Planets

In 2006, Pluto was reclassified as a dwarf planet. Small, rocky dwarf planets make their home on the outer edges of the solar system. Scientists use telescopes to study Pluto and the dwarf… More →

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Neptune

Neptune is the outermost planet in the solar system! It may look a calm blue, but this huge planet is swirling with activity. A thick layer of clouds gives way to whirls of rocks and ice.… More →

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The Moon

Only 12 humans have walked on the Moon. But scientists have learned a lot about Earth’s night light. We know how it was formed, about its relationship with Earth, and its surface features.… More →

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Venus

A single day is longer than a year on Venus! This hot, rocky planet is much like Earth, but it holds many mysteries that scientists work hard to unravel. How did it form? What is it made of?… More →

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Uranus

Uranus is an ice giant that spins completely on its side! Scientists have studied it since its discovery in 1781, but Uranus remains one of the solar system’s most mysterious planets. In… More →

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Language Arts · Science · Social Studies

Terrifying Ticks

In 2015, Jane Ashley took her dog for a walk through a field in Virginia. The next day, she spotted a black speck on her back. It was a tiny tick. Several days later, Jane developed a… More →

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Language Arts · Science · Social Studies

Filthy Flies

Erich Burger was on safari in Africa when a small, brown fly bit him. Soon after, he began experiencing a high fever, severe aches, and horrible fatigue. He went to the emergency room and was More →

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Animals · Language Arts · Science

Deadly Lizard Bite!

One morning in 2009, Maen, a guide at Komodo National Park in Indonesia, sat at his office desk. Suddenly, he saw something move. When he looked down, he couldn't believe his eyes. "I saw the More →

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Animals · Language Arts · Science

Deadly Frogs!

In 2015, scientist Carlos Jared made an amazing discovery while studying frogs in Brazil. After picking up a small frog with his bare hands, Jared immediately felt a sharp pain, which lasted… More →

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Animals · Language Arts · Science

Deadly Snake Bite!

In 1957 at the Field Museum in Chicago, Dr. Karl Schmidt, a famous herpetologist, was examining a small green-and-black boomslang snake. In less than a second, the snake sank its small,… More →

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Animals · Language Arts · Science

Deadly Scorpion Sting!

Deep in the jungles of Thailand, Gareth Pike awoke one sunny morning in 2007. As he was getting dressed, he reached down to grab a pair of shorts off his floor. Suddenly, Gareth felt a… More →

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