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Air is all around us, but we can’t see it. So, how do we know it’s there? This week, you’ll discover the air around you through aerodynamics, astronomy and art. From making parachutes to sketching the Moon to learning about missions to Mars, this week is airtight in terms of hands-on learning and fun. Be sure to keep track of your observations in your science notebook!
Why are we so fascinated with Mars? Planetary scientists Sara Mazrouei and Tanya Harrison discuss the Perseverance rover and other upcoming missions to the Red Planet.
Look up and observe birds, bees, butterflies or bats! iNaturalist has a number of different projects to which you can contribute as a citizen. Track the biodiversity around you, and share your observations with researchers and other citizen scientists from around the world. Simply download the app.iNaturalist