Arshia - Year 10 Student Editor's note: Talented Year 10 student Arshia successfully submitted this insightful piece of work to the school Science Magazine essay competition. Year 12 student Aashmi, a Chief Editor of the publication, notes, "On behalf of the GSAL Science Magazine, I'd like to congratulate you as a winner in the recent essay … Continue reading An Introduction to Orbital Mechanics
Arda - Year 12 Student Editor's Note: Year 12 student Arda writes here for the Humanities Journal about the practical challenges that humans would face were they to explore a more permanent residence in space. Drawing on the day-to-day challenges already faced by astronauts on shorter space flights and longer-term stays on the International Space … Continue reading Space: a new frontier?
Aryan Girish - Year 10 Student Russia…...America…….China: these nations all go by the name of space superpowers, and all have achieved the gargantuan achievement of sending a satellite to the Moon. The year is 1969 and the US and the erstwhile USSR are both heavily involved in the space race over who can get man to … Continue reading India Races to the Moon
Flaka Tahiri - Year 12 Student Flaka Tahiri (Year 12) asks whether the neutrino is the most interesting particle in physics, in response to the recent Write a Science Blog competition advertised in The GSAL Journal. This excellent essay demonstrates Flaka's passion and curiosity in a complex field of physics. CPD As the science of … Continue reading Could the neutrino be the most interesting particle in physics?