The Truth: Does Hot Water Freezes Faster Than Cold Water?

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Have you ever experienced opening up your fridge to get some ice cubes for your drink but were welcomed with empty trays instead? It’s kind of frustrating, right? But did you know there’s a simple and quite effective way to make ice cubes quickly? And that is to use hot water instead of cold! Yes, […]

How To Write A Paragraph In Html?

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Hello:) Today we will talk about paragraphs in HTML. Paragraphs are blocks of content separated by blank lines or indentations. To write a paragraph we will need to use the <p> tag. Example: Next, you will open the file and the paragraph will show output like in the photo below: Homework: Make an HTML paragraph […]

HTML Group

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Hello:) In this group we will post some HTML tips. If you want to help, you can post tips too! If you have a problem, please post it in the comments, or in an individual group, but put this group as the category button, or mention these users: @HTML-codes (me) @basha

Apollo 11- #5 Alarms

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BAM! Suddenly, the master alarm in the lunar module (LM) rang out for attention with all the racket of a fire bell going off in a broom closet. “Program alarm,” astronaut Neil Armstrong called out from the LM in a clipped but calm voice. “It’s a twelve-oh-two.” “1202,” repeated astronaut Buzz Aldrin. They were 33,500 […]

Twister, The Cat Who Survived a Tornado (True Story)

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Last summer, I went to my grandma’s house and she told me a story about a cat she met at the vet’s office named Twister. Living at the Vet’s office, Twister is a two-legged cat who can be seen scooting around on the lobby with his remaining paws. Sadly, Twister lost his hind paws after […]

Quasars

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Quasars are still an unsolved mystery from scientists. Are quasars real? They are similar to stars that “throw” radiologic (high-energy radiation) signals. Quasars were discovered in 1960. It is believed that they could be 18 million light years away from us. Their existence is found by their interaction/lighting with other things in the universe. It […]

Apollo 11- #4 The Maiden Voyage

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“The Eagle has wings!” radioed Neil Armstrong from the lunar module as he and Buzz Aldrin flew sixty-nine miles above the moon. Four words. There was no doubt of their meaning: The lunar module Eagle had separated from the command module Columbia and was now flying solo. It was ready to descent onto the moon. Big smiles back on Earth, back […]

Apollo 11- #3 And Upward..

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Space… it’s dangerous out there: micrometeoroids, radiation, airlessness. And coming home would be no picnic, either. The compact-car-sized space capsule would be greeted by searing white-hot flames as it slammed madly back down to earth. “In designing the command module, the one thing we had to be sure of was that we could keep the […]

Apollo 11- #2 Moving Forward

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They were going to the moon, all right- at least that was the plan. That was the dream and challenge set forth by one man, President John F. Kennedy, when he declared in May of 1961: “I believe this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a […]

Apollo 11- #1 Beyond Imagination

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It was mind-boggling. The color television itself had been a flat-out miracle when it began to dominate the scene a mere twenty years previous. And now, that technological wonder was about to trump itself. Because very soon, if all went according to plan, it would transmit pictures of an actual man on the actual moon! […]

How Astronauts Are Chosen

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How do you chose people to go to the moon? That’s what NASA had to figure out as they began selecting astronauts for the Gemini and Apollo projects. Above: Apollo 11’s crew. From left to right, Neil A. Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Buzz Aldrin. They’d have to be comfortable with danger. They’d need quick reactions […]