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ISRO Gets Organised For Maiden Launch of Its Heaviest Rocket GSLV MK-III in June

India’s premier space agency – the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), after buoying its successful launch of its precious the South Asia Satellite last month, is now gearing up for setting off its heaviest...
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U.S. Air Force’s Unmanned X-37B Spacecraft Winds up Its Two-Years-Old Classified Mission

The unmanned robotic spacecraft of the U.S Air Force - X-37B has made a strong come back to Earth after wrapping up its two years old classified mission. On 20th May 2015, the fourth confidential...
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This stunning video shows plasma dancing on solar surface

The sun which gives energy to the entire solar system has a very active surface and ejects a large amount of solar substance into space. Coronal mass ejections (CME) are one of such events where...
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Stephen Hawking Advises Human to Leave Earth within One Century

As a part of new BBC documentary, world’s legendary theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking has predicted about new doomsday of Earth which is expected to take place within next one century. As believed by Stephen Hawking,...
Kolkata scientists to send four-kg payload along with TeamIndus rover to Moon next year

“Moon Village”: China & European Space Agency to Put Heads Together For Potential Human...

“Moon Village” – the potential human outpost of China could be the station for all future space missions, said a representative of the European Space Agency, while disclosing about the discussion of China and...
Watch Saturn rings in daylight as NASA Cassini captures them from night side

NASA Cassini spacecraft captures breathtaking image of Saturn rings during Grand Finale

NASA’s iconic spacecraft Cassini, which is inching closer to its historic conclusion, has transmitted back the first image of its Grand Finale dive through Saturn’s magnificent ring to the ground-based systems and they are...
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Human colony on Mars is possible by making bricks from Martian soil

Colonising the Red Planet Mars is one of the most anticipated and ambitious celestial mission for the entire global space industry. With the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), a number of private space...
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NASA Spots Massive Scars on Surface of Mars Caused By Asteroid Bombardments

Since the earliest days of our solar system’s history, asteroid impacts have shaped the planets and contributed to their evolution.  New research funded by NASA shows that Mars experienced ten times fewer giant impacts...
NASA scientists discover Earth's twin 'Iceball' planet through microlensing

NASA scientists discover Earth’s twin ‘Iceball’ planet through microlensing

Scientists have discovered a new planet with the mass of Earth, orbiting its star at the same distance that we orbit our sun. The planet is likely far too cold to be habitable for...
Night Lights: NASA’s New Images Show Stunning Night View of Earth’s Full Hemisphere

Spot the Difference: India is more illuminated in 2016 when compared to 2012 in...

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has just published new global maps of the Earth, exhibiting how our Mother Planet looks at night. The new global map is the first set to reveal...
Little red spot, Jupiter

See Pic: Astronomers spot second ‘Great Cold Spot’ in Jupiter’s upper atmosphere

It is more than 350 years that scientists have been continued to observe the “Great Red Spot” on solar system’s largest planet – Jupiter. It was believed to be the only Great Red Spot...
NASA Publishes a Close-Up View of Saturn’s C Ring, Captured by Cassini Spacecraft

NASA Shares a Close-Up View of Saturn’s C Ring Captured by Cassini Spacecraft

The US-based independent space agency – NASA has recently publicised the latest image of Saturn’s C Ring, beamed back by the close-to-end Cassini Spacecraft. Cassini has been closely examining and monitoring the sixth planet of...

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