Supernova magazine vol 7.1


In this issue:

  • Verreaux’s Eagle
  • Galileo
  • Hidden objects
  • The End of the World (top 10)
  • Curious Creatures
  • Scientific Dating
  • The Cassini Spacecraft
  • I wanna be… an Ethnomusicologist
  • Travel to Japan
  • Yummy Daifuku
  • Screen Time
  • Paintball
  • Comics with Loyiso
  • Shadow Chasers and more

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Did curiosity really kill the cat?

If that’s true, someone should really arrest curiosity! No, wait, curiosity is innocent!

Supernova, the most awesome mag in the universe, is built completely on curiosity. Galileo, the grandpappy of science was curious. Not weird-curious. The type of curious that asked the questions no one else thought to ask. Learn all about his discoveries and inventions in this issue.

Curiosity powered the Cassini spacecraft all the way to Saturn. Like Cassini, curiosity leads us down paths unknown, and help us find out about the universe we live in and the curious creatures that share our planet! Curiosity helps us understand our past, present, and future, and most importantly, curiosity leads us to ourselves.

If we really had to arrest curiosity, who would ask the kind of questions we need to ask?

Editorial: Benoit Knox and Alexander Moolman
ISBN: 9772224144204-00603
Genre: Children’s Magazine
Ages: 8-15

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Dimensions 19,5 × 27 cm


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