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Science News: A look back at Opportunity

– G.A., Senior Editor

Humanity’s desire to explore the solar system highlights the incredible fragility of the human body and the difficulty of sending humans great distances from Earth and returning them home safely. Therefore, space agencies like NASA and JAXA have relied on unmanned spacecraft and rovers to collect valuable data from incredible distances and beam it back to earth. One of the most cherished rovers was the Mars rover, Opportunity.

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Editorial Snapshot: UNESCO’s recommendations on science

– G.A., Senior Editor

UNESCO works to spread peace through international cooperation in education, the sciences and culture. These efforts require cooperation among politicians, scientists, policy-makers, journalists, and the general public. To ensure that it can develop sound and effective programs, it is also necessary for UNESCO to examine ethical issues in science and technology and make necessary recommendations.

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Science News: New private nature reserve in Haiti

– G.A., Senior Editor

The Republic of Haiti, located in the Caribbean Sea, is one of the poorest nations in the Western Hemisphere. In addition to economic hardship, Haiti’s population has struggled due to natural disasters such as earthquakes and hurricanes. In addition to the damage caused by natural disasters, Haiti’s rapidly growing population is putting pressure on biodiversity in the nation through deforestation and agricultural activities.

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