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A Mission To Remove Space Junk

In videogames and movies, we often imagine spaceships dodging giant asteroids in the solar system. However, a greater concern for our world is space debris. Space debris refers to the 8,000 metric tons of junk that orbits around…

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A Digital Art Sells For $70M!

Recently, a work of digital art was sold at an auction in Christie’s for $69 million! Yes, you heard that right… Digital artist Mike Winkelmann has been creating one piece a day. The image file he sold is…

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Roblox Grows In Popularity | Youngzine Technology

It seems that every now and then, a game will come out of nowhere and become insanely popular for a while. Minecraft, Fortnite, and Among Us are just a few examples of this. Now, it seems Roblox will soon…

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A Floating Ship In The Sky!

On a regular coastal hike in the UK, David Morris stood spellbound when he noticed a huge tanker hovering midair over the ocean! He was certain the image he saw was a play of light, but the photo…

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Remembering Ottens, The Inventor Of Cassettes

If you want to listen to music today, you have the luxury of simply streaming songs from one of the many online sites. But that was not the case even just two decades ago. Music had to be stored on devices such…

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Is There A Floating Ship In The Sky?

On a regular coastal hike in the UK, David Morris stood spellbound when he noticed a huge tanker hovering midair over the ocean! He was certain the image he saw was a play of light, but the photo…

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Have You Heard Of Cassettes?

If you want to listen to music today, you have the luxury of simply streaming songs from one of the many online sites. But that was not the case even just two decades ago. Music had to be stored on devices such…

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The Winners Of The Brain Prize Are…

Did you know that migraine affects 1 in 7 people worldwide? Recently, four professors of neuroscience were awarded the Brain Prize for their life-changing contributions to the research on migraines, a disease previously not understood well. Professor Michael…

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Celebrating Women In Computing | Youngzine Technology

Every year on March 8, the world celebrates International Women’s Day (IWD). March is also Women’s History Month in the U.S. This year’s theme for IWD is #ChooseToChallenge, a call to create an inclusive world. The day and month are meant…

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A Rare Bird Photographed | Youngzine Science

When Jamie Hill saw a photograph of a peculiar-looking cardinal, he first thought that it had lost pigmentation (skin color) in some of its feathers. One-half of the bird was the customary bright red color you would see on…

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