Even though Supernova is approaching its second birthday (can you believe it?!), every time I pick up an issue of my favourite kids’ mag, I learn something new. I then realise that it doesn’t matter how much I read, or how many issues of Supernova I have on my shelf, there is always something new to discover and learn about.
Take coelacanths, for example, caught for the first time in 1938 near East London by some fishermen. Now, 1938 may be a very long time ago, but even today, there are still things being discovered about what many call the living ‘dinofish’. Want to know more too?
Speaking of discoveries, I love to delve into my family history to find out exactly where my ancestors came from. It fascinates me how I can be Dutch, German, French, Swedish, Irish and English all at the same time. Oh, and don’t forget a drop of Spanish. Olé! Do you know where your ancestors came from?
Do you even know how computers came to be how we know them today? Or what wingsuit flying is? No? Tuck your nose into this issue of Supernova to discover and learn more about the truly amazing world around us!