Science and Environment topping the agenda at the white house
In this edition: NASA’s official photographer looks back at his illustrious 30-year career, a butterfly refuge faces threats from a U.S. border wall, and research reveals how an ancient mega-shark died out.
As a kid growing up in Pittsburgh, Bill Ingalls wasn’t obsessed with outer space. Then he went to college and landed an internship at NASA. Now he’s the agency’s top official photographer, covering space exploration’s biggest moments—from Apollo moon landing anniversaries at the White House to Soyuz landings in the frigid Kazakh steppe.
Everyone has a right to clean water, yet one-fourth of Americans drink water from systems that don’t meet safety standards. Overcoming this problem begins by fighting to ensure that the issue of clean water rises above partisan politics.