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Kanishk Singh, co-founder and editor-in-chief at TeCake.com, has forayed in the healthcare for over two years, he enjoys his stint as an editor of several local health magazines. Kanishk has a fair understanding of the complex profile of the Indian healthcare scenario and enjoys his work in this direction. Contact: editor[at]tecake.com
NASA image of the day shows amazing Martian landscape with striking similarity to Earth

NASA image of the day shows amazing Martian landscape with striking similarity to Earth

Mars has been the most exciting object for scientists and different space agencies these days due to its striking similarity to Earth and potential of hosting life. Some space agencies like NASA and SpaceX are...
Dragging you deep into the woods. An Indian-origin photographer Varun Aditya clicked this picture and submitted under Animal Portrait category. It won first prize. (Source: National Geographic)

Tamil boy wins Nat Geo Nature Photographer 2016 for incredible shot of Green Vine...

National Geographic has announced the winners of the 'Nature Photographer Of The Year' after scrutinising photos for twelve weeks. The stunning images reveal how wonderful our nature is and these gorgeous pics were captured after spending...
Watch this breathtaking image captured by Cassini-Huygens from its first 'Ring-Grazing' Orbit

This is the closest view of Saturn’s ring shot by Cassini-Huygens and its incredible

The US space agency NASA's Cassini-Huygens spacecraft that is orbiting Saturn has beamed back stunning images of atmosphere of the most beautiful planet in our Solar System. It is also the first image captured by...
Get ready to celebrate your honeymoon on the “MOON” in next 10 years

Get ready to celebrate your honeymoon on the “MOON” in next 10 years

Have you ever wished to have a holiday on Moon with your spouse? If yes, get ready! Moon Express, or MoonEx, an American privately held start-up founded by Naveen Jain is gearing up to...
This image shows the four categories from which the winners are announced. These categories are action, landscapes, animal portraits and environmental issues. (Source: National Geographic)

Here are top stunning images from National Geographic ‘Nature Photographer Of The Year’

National Geographic has announced the winners of the 'Nature Photographer Of The Year' after scrutinising photos for twelve weeks. The stunning images reveal how wonderful our nature is and these gorgeous pics were captured after spending...
Scientists decode how some fish survived even in toxic environment!

Mystery solved: This is how some fish managed to survive toxic pollution levels

Scientists know that the Atlantics killifish can survive in very harsh environment and has the ability to tolerate large fluctuations in temperature, salinity and oxygen levels. However, what amazed researchers, was the ability of the fish...
JAXA launches magnetic tether to clear space garbage revolving Earth

JAXA launches magnetic tether to clear space garbage revolving Earth

With the advancement of technology, humans went to space and they have conducted thousands of space missions in past seven decades. Every mission leaves some waste in space that starts orbiting earth. According to reports,...
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NASA to unveil some important finds at American Geophysical Union: Here’s how to watch

The US space agency NASA continuously observes universe and collects previous data to reveal key information. Now, the American space agency will present the data and studies conducted in past one year at the annual...
NASA Cassini-Huygens probe makes first ever Ring-grazing plunge

See these stunning pics shot by NASA Cassini-Huygens while grazing past Saturn rings

The US space agency NASA's Cassini-Huygens spacecraft that is orbiting Saturn has made its first close dive past the outer rings of the planet giving us an astonishing view of the most beautiful planet...
Is NASA hiding on aliens? Golden cigar UFO appears within 100m of ISS (Video+)

Is NASA hiding on aliens? Golden cigar UFO appears within 100m of ISS (Video+)

Conspiracy theorists have alleged NASA that the American space agency knows about the existence of aliens but they are hiding it from us. Alien hunters have spotted alien UFO flying near the International Space...
newly grown buds turned into flowers that appeared similar to those grown on our motherland. However, there was some difference due to zero gravity in the Space which led to curled edges of the petals.

After zinnia flower, Astronomers grow lettuce on International Space Station

The US space agency NASA's astronauts aboard the International Space Station started growing red romaine lettuce last month and now have successfully reaped the leaves for the first time in space. The crop was...
TeamIndus will launch India's first private mission to moon using ISRO PSLV rocket

TeamIndus a Bengaluru-based startup plans for first private mission to Moon

A Bengaluru-based startup TeamIndus has aimed to launch India's first ever private mission to the moon. The point to ponder here is that the startup has no aerospace background. It is said that the startup will...
Archaeologists unearth 1000-year-old Viking toolbox with over 14 iron tools

1000-year-old Viking toolbox with over 14 iron tools discovered in mysterious fortress

Archaeologists have unearthed a 1000-year-old Viking toolbox that contains some precious tools made of iron that may have been used for the construction of houses and Viking ships. Although the discovery was made this summer,...
Final proof of alien life as Ancient city discovered on Mars, Watch Video

Final proof of alien life as ancient city discovered on Mars, Watch Video

Alien hunters have found the final proof of extraterrestrial life on Mars. After series of mysterious finds, alien seekers have discovered a mind boggling evidence of alien life on the Red Planet. While scanning...
Russian Cargo ship carrying resupply for ISS blasts in air over Siberia

Cargo ship and Suyoz carrier rocket heading towards ISS blasts in mid-air due unknown...

An unmanned Progress 65 cargo ship that was heading towards the International Space Station crashed in the atmosphere over Siberia just minutes after the take-off on Thursday, December 1. The Russian cargo spaceship was...
Universe has started process of ageing and might die soon, reveals astronomers

Universe will die soon as it has started agieng, reveal astronomers

A number of studies have been held for understanding the systems of the universe, a new study has found something surprising for the astrophysicists. Citing a report published on Express UK, it has revealed...
Mars One: Swiss firm to set up permanent human colony on Mars by 2026

Swiss firms backing up Mars One Project that aims at shifting humans to Mars...

Mars has become one of most talked about celestial entity among space agencies and space enthusiasts. Scientists know that life on Earth will go extinct one day and we need to move in space...
Is it a bird or burning plane? Astronomers find smallest ever 'bald' asteroid

Burning tiny bird? This is smallest asteroid ever that won’t hit Earth

Astronomers including one from Indian-origin have achieved another milestone in astronomy by discovering the smallest known asteroid ever with the help of data received by four telescopes. The 'bald' asteroid that was discovered last...
After warm periods that lasted 10m years, Global warming scarred surface of Mars

Climate cycle might reveal whether water created deep canyons and valleys on Mars

Due to the warming periods which stretched for up to 10 million years, Deep canyons and valleys on Mars may have formed, which melts the glaciers that covered its surface that could also solve the...
Watch this stunning image of Earth covered in fire captured from ISS

See Pic: NASA astronaut clicks breathtaking image of Earth covered in sheet of fire...

View of Earth from the International Space Station (ISS) is amazing and an astronaut aboard ISS has shared an incredible image that shows earth covered in a sheet of fire. The stunning image was captured...
Testable theory soon can challenge Einstein's theory of constant speed of light

Century old Einstien’s theory of speed of light might be wrong; Researchers will test...

One of greatest scientists ever, Albert Einstien stated a theory nearly a century ago that speed of light is constant in the same medium. The speed of light is maximum in vaccum and nothing can...

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