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Question Your World: Is There Another Earth Somewhere Out There?

For 250,000 years humanity has looked up at the vastness of the night sky and wondered about what else could possibly be out there. Over the years our search has become a bit more fine tuned, but we still wonder that big question if we’re alone in the universe or if there’s possibly a place that could hold life. Right now astronomers are thrilled to hear rumors about a big announcement that the European Southern Observatory will make in a few weeks.

Question Your World: How Can We Study Climate Change Through The Olympics?

While the whole world is fixated on the summer games in Rio let’s use this as an opportunity to dig into some climate science. Athletes and sports fans from around the world have gathered in Rio to observe this awesome pageantry of human potential. Anyone that’s ever planned a party before knows how difficult it is to get a group of people on the same page. So, imagine how incredible it is to bring the world together for a few weeks.

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