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High school students from the Azores used a Raspberry Pi to measure Earth’s magnetic field and pinpoint its pole locations using data from the ISS. Where are the Azores?

Eos News Quiz | 5 July 2022

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In Florida, stormwater ponds protect the quality of nearby waterways by containing sediment, which sinks to the bottom of the ponds, and prevent erosion by limiting runoff. How many stormwater ponds are in Florida?

Eos News Quiz
22 June 2022

InSight’s magnetometer was originally intended as a support for which area of study on the Red Planet?

Eos News Quiz
17 June 2022

As wildfire smoke rises into the atmosphere, sunlight spurs chemical reactions that alter the smoke’s original components (primary organic aerosols) and create new ones, called what?

Eos News Quiz
16 June 2022

Lake Snow Eagle is 198 meters (650 feet) deep, 48 kilometers (30 miles) long, and 14 kilometers (9 miles) wide. Why was it discovered only 4 years ago?

Eos News Quiz
15 June 2022

A coronal mass ejection from a star 450 light years from Earth sent two billion billion pounds of mass rocketing into space. (Yes, billion billion.) Where is the coronal mass ejection on this illustration?

Eos News Quiz
10 June 2022

What information is helping scientists study ancient landslides off the coast of New Zealand to better assess the modern-day risk of tsunamis around the Tasman Sea?

Eos News Quiz
3 June 2022

The January eruption of Hunga Tonga–Hunga Ha’apai, in Tonga, was a one-in-a-thousand-year blast. Where in the world is Tonga?

Eos News Quiz
13 May 2022

What innovative tool or tools did scientists use to track a category-4 hurricane directly from the ocean?

Eos News Quiz
6 May 2022