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'Supernova, the mag for curious kids' is an educational magazine, targeted at children between the ages of 9 and 14. This bi-monthly publication aims to make children aware of issues which affect them, their community and the environment, by giving them tools and inspiration to become active and responsible world citizens. The content of the magazine is fun, informative and entertaining to inspire a culture of life-long learning. Content includes subjects such as ecology, history, sports, science, world cultures, arts and social issues. The magazine loosely follows and enhances the school curriculum, and is used by educators as a classroom resource.
In this issue: Otters Energy Bees Remembering Koko NASA spinoffs The ISS Armenia Be a NASA technologist Comics Nuclear Power Crafts Sometimes life can get us a little down. So much of our planet’s beautiful nature is fading away. We’re burning fuel faster than we can make it or clean up the mess it leaves behind. So many species are going extinct and global warming feels like a ticking time bomb! We say no! This is not the Supernova state of mind. We won’t let all the bad news in the world get us down. There are opportunities around every corner. For instance, learn what can be done to help save the otters in Ant’s Eco Adventures (p.12). Find out how renewable energies work and how it’s the future of clean energy supply (p.18). Remember to have lots of fun as you read this issue. It’s easy to be a responsible human if you know lots about the world and if you have a positive outlook on life.