It moves faster than a speeding bullet. Is it a bird? A plane? No, it’s space junk! In less than 75 years, humanity has managed to leave an estimated 100,000 pieces of useless debris behind in space. How can we clean it up?
Kim Moldofsky is the publisher of The Maker Mom and STEM Kids Chicago. As we dive into March--Women’s History Month--there’s a lot of talk of uncovering “hidden women” in STEM.