https://www.npr.org/2022/09/12/1122375097/space-exploration-jfk-we-choose-the-moon-speech NPR - How space exploration has changed, 60 years since JFK's 'We Choose the Moon' speech This article explains the new space age is emerging and compares it to the state of space exploration from the 1960s. The US has put a holt on space missions, the last one being in 1972, and switched focus to mars-centered missions. These missions were mostly rover drop-offs. However, This article informs us about the Artemis Space Camp set to launch in 2029. This mission will allow astronauts to remain on the moon for a whopping 2 months! The article also touches on the most recent mars breakthroughs. This article was brief and matter-of-fact. I really enjoy short articles that still inform me about the current space era (or anything else for that matter). The article was also very unbiased and fact-based. While space is not really a controversial topic on its own, I'm still grateful to read the facts.
https://onmilwaukee.com/articles/new-dining-associated-bank-river-center OnMilwaukee - New riverfront bar, dining concepts coming to Associated Bank River Center This article describes the exciting new riverfront bar looking over the river in downtown Milwaukee. This exciting addition to the city includes floor to ceiling windows overlooking the river along with a clean, sleek, and modern 3D rendered floor plan directly designed from Rinka. They also describe all the fancy food the space will be offering, making my mouth DROOL. The article describes all sorts of attractive advancements that sets it apart from other classic Milwaukee spaces. The space is described in a very upscale and exciting way, hyping it up as the future hot spot of downtown. While this article is informing us about a new Milwaukee space, they are still riddled with opinions and primary quotations. This type of article is astronomically different than the NPR article in a ton of various ways. To start, the articles are listed under different genres; one being "space/science" and the other "food/restaurants". Space and science demand facts in an informative and matter-of-fact manner while restaurant announcements/reviews demand opinions and excitement. The restaurant article utilized direct quotations from the owners of the new space to legitimize the article while the space article just used facts to communicate the relevance.