- By Flipboard Science
Be sure to gaze up at the night sky on April 26 to catch the first full "pink" supermoon of 2021. The celestial body won't actually be pink in color. It was named after the herb pink moss, also known as moss phlox or mountain phlox, one of the earliest spring flowers appearing in the U.S. Nevertheless, it's one of only two supermoons of the year. Here's what you need to know and how to photograph it tonight.
- The Guardian - Matthew Taylor
Organisers of the school strike movement, in which tens of thousands of young people have taken to the streets to demand urgent climate action, are calling for a boycott of an exhibition at the Science...
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