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2019 January Homeschool Blahs

2019 January Homeschool Blahs is a post from Confessions of a Homeschooler. If you’ve enjoyed this post, be sure to follow Erica on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Google+! Also be sure to stop by her Community to join the discussion or her Store to see her latest items!

Hi everyone! It’s January and no one here wants to go back to school! That means it’s time for my annual January Homeschool Blahs post! Honestly I do this annually now, not only to motivate me, but hopefully also motivate some of you as well! I figured if we’re having a hard time getting back into the swing of things…

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SpaceX Laying Off 10 Percent of Its Workforce

SpaceX is laying off about 10 percent of its workforce, a cost-cutting move the company says is required to focus on development of its next-generation launch system and a broadband satellite constellation.

Full Moon Names (and More) for 2019

Here is a list of all the full moon names, dates and times (for the Eastern time zone) in 2019, beginning with the ‘wolf’ moon in January, to the ‘cold’ moon in December.

2nd Grade Homeschool Lesson Plans

2nd Grade Homeschool Lesson Plans is a post from Confessions of a Homeschooler. If you’ve enjoyed this post, be sure to follow Erica on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Google+! Also be sure to stop by her Community to join the discussion or her Store to see her latest items!

Good morning! Today I’m releasing my Second Grade Daily Homeschool Lesson Plans! While some times people prefer to be spontaneous, other times I think it’s better to have a plan to follow so things don’t get missed or left behind! Planning ahead is especially important if you’re a new homeschooling. Having a good plan will help make your days less…

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2nd Grade Homeschool Lesson Plans

2nd Grade Homeschool Lesson Plans is a post from Confessions of a Homeschooler. If you’ve enjoyed this post, be sure to follow Erica on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Google+! Also be sure to stop by her Community to join the discussion or her Store to see her latest items!

Good morning! Today I’m releasing my Second Grade Daily Homeschool Lesson Plans! While some times people prefer to be spontaneous, other times I think it’s better to have a plan to follow so things don’t get missed or left behind! Planning ahead is especially important if you’re a new homeschooling. Having a good plan will help make your days less…

The post 2nd Grade Homeschool Lesson Plans appeared first on Confessions of a Homeschooler.

What’s Next for Air Force Weather Satellites?

The U.S. military’s highest priority weather satellite, a spacecraft requested by U.S. Strategic Command to observe clouds and theaters of operations, is on hold after NASA rescinded the contract award.

Hurricane Satellites Reveal Flooding on Earth

Researchers examining data produced by small satellites launched in 2016 to track ocean winds were surprised the mission produced valuable information on soil moisture and flooding.

Stratolaunch Airplane Nears First Flight

The latest taxi test of the giant aircraft being developed by Stratolaunch for its air-launch system is a sign the plane’s first flight may take place soon.

On This Day in Space! Jan. 10, 1946: Radar Astronomy is Born!

On January 10, 1946, the U.S. army bounced radar signals off of Earth’s moon for the first time ever. Known as “Project Diana,” this was the first experiment in radio astronomy. See how it happened in our On This Day In Space video series!

On This Day in Space! Jan. 10, 1946: Radio Astronomy is Born!

On January 10, 1946, the U.S. army bounced radar signals off of Earth’s moon for the first time ever. Known as “Project Diana,” this was the first experiment in radio astronomy. See how it happened in our On This Day In Space video series!

The Government Shutdown Is Taking a Toll on Space Science

While the partial government shutdown has left thousands of workers without a paycheck, it is also taking a toll on the space science community. Research projects are put on hold while observatories get ready to close down.

Best Space Books and Sci-Fi for 2019

Space.com’s editors present a reading list for space and sci-fi lovers, as well as children who are interested in astronomy and spaceflight.