|Supernova vol. 4.1|
We are excited to announce that the October/November issue will be the first of our fourth volume of Supernova. As with anything new, we have made some changes and a few exciting additions.
'Andy’s Atlas', our travel feature, focusses on north Africa and explores the countries in that region. Instead of focussing on all the days within the two months of each issue, 'Al Manac' now pays attention to specific dates in the past, present and future, giving more interesting facts about each date. Our readers will also be thrilled to know that a few new questions have been added to our 'I wanna be' feature, so they will gain even more information on different career paths.
Supernova continues to bring exciting and interesting information which enhances our readers’ knowledge bases. Our main feature gives details about the Earth’s characteristics, such as the atmosphere, oceans and volcanoes, as well as history on why our Earth is the way it is. This links well with climate change and our article on the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
We also introduce our curious readers to child prodigies across the world. In this way, we encourage our readers to acknowledge the greatness within them, remembering that only they can put in the hard work necessary to be successful.