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Ever wonder how many stars there are in the universe? Scientists aren't positive yet, because they haven't yet mapped the whole universe. But their best estimate, as of 2010, is 300 sextillion within the parts we have seen.
Each April, School Library Month honors the key role school libraries play in enriching students’ educational development. This year’s theme reminds everyone of the importance of “Your School Library: Where Learning Never Ends.”
Did you know? Plant-eating insects are responsible for the destruction of 20% of the world's crops every year.
Turn out your lights to view the night sky during International Dark Sky Week, which runs April 13-19. This annual weeklong event, created by a high school student, was created to call attention to the negative impact of light pollution on night sky viewing.
April 6–12 is recognized as National Public Health Week. Organized by the American Public Health Association, this campaign is designed to raise awareness and educate the public, government, and practitioners about public health issues.
Today is World Health Day, a campaign organized by the World Health Organization on the anniversary of its founding.
NanoDays, which runs March 28-April 5, is a nationwide festival of educational programs about nanoscale science and engineering and its potential impact on the future.
Celebrate all things marine March 29–April 4 as part of National Week of the Ocean.
Electricity Usage Has Skyrocketed: Americans combined used nearly 3,884 billion kilowatthours (kWh) in 2010. That's 13 times greater than the nation's electricity usage in 1950, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
TODAY IN SCIENCE: The Great Alaskan Earthquake. The strongest earthquake ever to strike North America hit Prince William Sound 80 miles east of Anchorage, Alaska, on this date in 1964.
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