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How to Make Your Own 3D Pixel

How to Make Your Own 3D Pixel

Andrew Chiang, Staff Writer

May 6, 2019


Filed under OHS TV, Science and Tech, Showcase, Video

Everyone at OHS knows and has come to love and adore the red, fluffy square mascot, or the Pixel. As a fan of the Pixel myself, and a lover of technology and making things from scratch, I decided to design and create a 3D printed version of the Pixel. Watch the video above to learn how to create the...

Last Light: Space Telescope Kepler Closes Its Eyes

Last Light: Space Telescope Kepler Closes Its Eyes

Jonathan Herbst, Staff Writer

December 12, 2018


Filed under Science and Tech, Showcase, World News

On October 30, NASA announced that space telescope Kepler has run out of fuel and will no longer be in service. In nine years, Kepler surveyed many thousands of stars and discovered the majority of exoplanets that we now know about today. Launched in 2009, the telescope was NASA’s first attempt at pl...

Reach for the (Double) Stars

Reach for the (Double) Stars

Rohit Narayanan, Staff Writer

October 6, 2017


Filed under Science and Tech, Showcase

OHS students have a long history of looking to the stars. Recently, groups of students have been doing research on double stars in a series of independent projects leading up to the newly offered Astronomy Research Seminar course starting this Spring at the OHS. Kalee Tock, an instructor at OHS, has been l...

On the Periodic Law with Dr. Eric Scerri

On the Periodic Law with Dr. Eric Scerri

Louis Gosart, Staff Writer

March 11, 2016


Filed under Science and Tech

Louis: Dr. Scerri, it’s a privilege to speak with you; thank you so much! You are an expert in the periodic table and in the history of its discovery. Why did you choose this topic in the history of science? What intrigued you about it? Dr. Scerri: One of the many things that I’ve always liked is ...

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