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Viking: 40th Anniversary of First Landing on Mars

What were you doing on July 20, 1976? Maybe you were watching the morning news to see the very first images of the Martian surface. Do you remember being fascinated by the “tantalizingly thin slivers of a picture” described by a NASA commentator at Mission Control at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena as he watched the first images slowly coming in from Viking 1?

Question Your World: How Is Pokemon Impacting The World?

Pokemon debuted in 1996 and since then has become a main stay in the world of cartoons, comics, and video games. Despite the fact that it’s two decades old, the newly released smartphone game (Pokemon Go) is proof that the franchise is doing better than ever. How will this game and its augmented reality technology impact the future? Let’s dig in to see how it’ll impact our actual reality.

Question Your World: Why JUNO And What Will It Be Doing There?

NASA’s JUNO spacecraft successfully entered Jupiter’s orbit on July 4, 2016. Here in the United States we were celebrating a historic event when we left the king, but over 500 million miles away JUNO was just arriving at the king of the planets. It makes for some pretty interesting perspective for Independence Day! Regardless, this story made headlines all over the planet.