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Sailors of the Sky: MJ Talks to Astronauts

Shira Yehudit Djlilmand

The word “astronaut” comes from the Greek words meaning “space sailor,” a perfect way to describe the job, and a very poetic one. Mishpacha Junior takes a peek into the world of those privileged people who “sail in space”…

 

A Day in the Life of Masbia

Rochel Burstyn

What is Masbia? Masbia is made up for four soup kitchens, the central one on Coney Island Ave, one in Boro Park, and two Henry and Susie Orenstein sites in Queens and Williamsburg. These provide delicious, nutritious meals for the poor, every single day!

 

FYI – What’s in Space?

Shira Yehudit Djlilmand

What is actually up there in space? Apart from the sun, the moon, and the stars, which we can see with the naked eye, there is an entire amazing universe out there – of which we’re all part!

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