Astronomy and Space Science
The desire to look up at the sky and ask questions about the universe is one that humans have shared for thousands of years. With each new technology scientists have been able to get closer and find more answers, but these new glimpses into the universe have also created even more exciting questions to ask. There are more powerful telescopes and radars on the ground and instruments traveling deeper into space than ever before. This section of Frontiers for Young Minds will include articles that provide insight into the history of solar systems, galaxies, the universe, and the various bodies within them by studying the inner workings of stars, formation of galaxies, surfaces of planets, and all of the spaces and signals in between. Astronomy and Space Science wants to provide the next generation with access to the cutting-edge science that will start them asking the next great questions about our universe.
Specialty Chief Editors
We would like to thank our team of Science Mentors for their valuable contribution to Frontiers for Young Minds.
Their input and guidance during the review process helps our Young Reviewers understand the importance of their role and their connection to the scientific community.
Star Light, Star Bright… Let’s Build a House on...
On July 20, 1969, astronaut Neil Armstrong became the first person to walk on the moon. Over the next 3 years, 11...
Detecting Ghostlike Neutrinos: Tiny Messengers...
Neutrinos are tiny, subatomic particles. Billions of them pass through us every second—mostly coming from our sun. But...
Measuring Distances to Galaxies
Measuring distances to other galaxies is an important part of our ability to understand how the universe works...
A Spectacularly Spotted Star
Stars like the Sun have dark spots on their surfaces. These dark spots are important for astronomers, because they...