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Evan Ruderman’s collegiate future

By Nic Bradley, News managing editor May 31, 2018

Round Table reporter Nic Bradley gives us a look at MHS senior Evan Ruderman's future plans with NASA and the University of Maryland as well as his previous academic accomplishments.

Orion vs. Dragon: The race is on

By Miles Bradford, Round Table Reporter April 27, 2017

Humans have been looking to the stars since they appeared on this great blue planet. Now top scientists and corporations are looking to Mars, the Red Planet, for colonization, and NASA and SpaceX are...

New ESSR class is a hit with students

By Samantha Carter, Round Table Online Editor-In-Chief January 20, 2013

Most students throughout the day take classes such as math, English, Spanish, or art classes. They are expected to take notes during lectures, take quizzes and study for tests. The Earth Systems Science...

Mars rock ‘Jake Matijevic’ proves a surprise, even to NASA

October 23, 2012

By Amy Hubbard Los Angeles Times (MCT) LOS ANGELES _ The more Curiosity gets to know Mars, the more it seems like a big red Earth. Curiosity recently examined what appeared to be an ancient riverbed...

NASA to launch smartphone-operated nanosatellites

October 4, 2012

By Salvador Rodriguez Los Angeles Times (MCT) LOS ANGELES _ NASA is relying on a small team of engineers at its Ames Research Center at California's Moffett Field to develop three nanosatellites operated...

Winter eclipse lost in the clouds

December 21, 2010

 By Shannon McKenna Round Table editor During the year 2010, two solar and two lunar eclipses have occurred, Jan. 15 was an annular solar eclipse, June 26 was a partial lunar eclipse, July 11 was a...

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