Spacex successfully launched their latest test rocket, Falcon 9 Heavy, on Tuesday afternoon, February 2, 2018. This is the largest spacecraft to be built! The success of this ship makes way for even bigger rockets to be constructed in order to further space exploration and potentially become the go-to rocket to Mars. Will this be our pickup truck of outer space as we continue to expand into the cosmos? Learn about why Falcon 9 is so important HERE!
After four years of research and analyzing, scientists concluded that the Nasca line they discovered in 2013 is non other than an Orca! It is also the oldest geo-glyph. Learn about this discovery HERE!
Every year, the 3000 year old Uffington Chalk Horse, of Oxfordshire, England gets scoured, aka chalked! This has been a tradition that has been in keeping with locals as well as people from around the world, who want to preserve this pictogram. Learn about it HERE!
It's the 110th anniversary of the great quake that struck San Francisco at 5:13am on April 19th, 1906. Every year it is commemorated at a fire hydrant in the Mission District, which is painted gold. Learn about this tradition HERE!
On April 11th, James Lovell, John Swigert and Fred Haise aboard Apollo 13 took off for the Moon! Unfortunately they were unable to complete the mission. Learn about why HERE!
After six years of searching, on February 16, 1923, Howard Carter entered King Tutankhamen's tomb. Learn about the discovery HERE.
To celebrate our first President's birthday, Shrimp and Lobster explore the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery and admired Gilbert Charles Stewart famed painting of President George Washington. Read a little about it HERE!
Shrimp n' Lobster are no Indiana Jones!
In the Mosquitia region of Eastern Honduras, scientists have unearthed evidence of a lost city. Learn about this great expedition HERE! And find out what fascinating technology they used to pinpoint the location HERE.
On January 11, 1908 Theodore Roosevelt made the beautiful Grand Canyon a National Monument.
More than five million people visit the Grand Canyon every year...including one Shrimp n' Lobster.
Learn about the Grand Canyon HERE!
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