Check out the new Supernova Vol 11.2 – out now!

Written by Supernova

Mar 29, 2023

Hey Curious Kids, the new issue of Supernova is here!

This year has certainly gotten off to a super speedy start—the first quarter is already behind us! This means that it’s almost time to exchange our brightly coloured bathing suits for some warm winter fluff. So for one final time, before the autumn breeze fully kicks in, find yourself a nice sunny spot next to your swimming pool, sit back, and enjoy the latest issue of Supernova magazine!

Starting off with a BANG, we have a look at the amazing and severely underrated great white shark. Learn all about how their bodies work and see what these stunning creatures are truly made of. Did you know that they swallow their food without chewing?! While we find out more about these absolutely fascinating animals, we learn how to make a shark night light out of some recycled materials! Now, you can finally get a good night’s sleep with your fierce shark friend watching over you.

This time around, the Pinboard is vibrating with some exciting articles! Firstly, we ask Jules why we yawn, and we find out some interesting theories. Did you know that there are paths that light up at night so people can see where they’re going in the dark? We learn how Poland has started using glow-in-the-dark paths in their streets for bicycles and pedestrians. We meet a Super Kid named Alakhe, learn about a funny little creature called the echidna, and we get another super exciting book review from our resident Supernova reviewer, Danica.

How do you say “hello”? It might sound like a silly question, but when you read the Culture Corner, you’ll understand that there are so many different ways of greeting someone around the world. For our little musical geniuses and enthusiasts, we have an article about the father of the symphony, Joseph Haydn!

If you like doing puzzles and solving difficult problems, the History of Puzzle Boxes is absolutely perfect for you! Learn all about how puzzle boxes work and why they are so special to their creators. Diving into the Tech Talk for this issue of Supernova, we learn all about the vast expanse of the Metaverse. Interestingly, we might be able to live in the Metaverse in a few short years! Would you want to do that?

If you like learning about X-rays and the bones in our bodies, you’ll love reading our interview with Bianca, a real life radiographer. From looking for illnesses, to investigating broken bones, she never has a dull day! Moving on to something a little bit funkier, we have a look at nail artists going to the extreme with their nail designs! Try not to be too shocked when you read about some of these nails, because there might just be some fish involved in the whole process…

Andy takes us on a trip to the tropical Mozambique, where we learn about Vasco da Gama and dugongs! Just don’t forget your sunscreen, we heard the sun is nice and hot over there. After a long day, we all love snuggling up in our beds and getting in some proper rest. So, you’d better get ready for our sensational sleep facts in Life, the Universe and Everything! Speaking of sleeping, our bedrooms play a massive role in the quality of sleep we get, and in this issue, the PhotoFeed is all about bedrooms around the world.

Going back in time (like WAY back), we meet some of the deadliest dinosaurs to ever exist. If you don’t have a favourite dinosaur yet, you most certainly will after this dangerously awesome article. Moving on to our next mind-blowing feature article, we learn how our brains work and how much the left and right sides of the brain differ from each other. Which side better indicates where your talents lie, left or right? We would love to know! While we’re on the topic of talent, why not try out archery and see if you have a talent for hitting the bullseye of a target? Learn how you can shoot like a pro by reading our Get Active article. Who knows, you might even start doing competitions with your new-found passion for archery.

In this issue’s Brain Games, we’re getting down and dirty with a dino diversion! See if you can beat this new and exciting challenge and let us know if you were able to get it. Candice, the editor of Supernova, chats with us about letting our light shine in Conversations with Candice. She teaches us how we should handle our friends having different interests than us! This beautiful lesson will most definitely help you learn to love and accept what makes you different from other kids.

Find out what all our different characters are up to in our exciting comics this time. Mimi investigates a strange object and imagines what it could actually be. Young Leonardo builds a catapult and demonstrates how it works, Doctor RIP explains how skydiving is actually not as dangerous as we all think. In the Marine Animals comic, we learn how starfishes are actually a lot more active hidden away in the waves of the ocean than we could ever imagine! Lastly, check out the awesome Big Picture posters we have chosen. Which one do you like more, the image of the gorgeously blue planet Jupiter, or a massive field filled to the brim with a King Penguin Colony? This issue of Supernova magazine is so excitingly colourful, and we hope that you enjoy every single moment of it! Make sure to get your issue now!

Stay curious, Kids!

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