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space debris

ESA’s New Video Tips off Risks Pose by Cosmic Debris to Satellites & Astronauts

The European Space Agency (ESA) has recently released a new video, cautioning about the risks, pose by the cosmic debris to the satellites, spacecraft and onboard astronauts. Space debris or junks and wastes are now...
Energised Particles of Solar Wind Turned Once-Earth-Like Mars to a Cold & Dry Planet 

Energised Particles of Solar Wind Turned Once-Earth-Like Mars to a Cold & Dry Planet 

After Earth, Mars is the only planet in the solar system that holds the possibility of life. Scientists think, Mars, to be the second most hospitable planet that could someday hold microbiological life. Some...
Earliest known plant fossils unearthed in India

1.6 billion years old plant fossil discovered in India is world’s oldest!

In the most recent development in the paleontological and natural history of the earth, a team of researchers have excavated fossils in India that go back to almost 1.6 billion years. This path-breaking discovery is...
team indus

TeamIndus: Seven teams qualify for India’s first private lunar mission

TeamIndus, an Indian-base space tech startup has picked seven teams for the country’s first private moon mission. Three among the lot of seven who qualified for this rare opportunity are from India. The TeamIndus...
Beyond the Cradle: Envisioning a New Space Age

MIT Media Lab Forges Ahead a New Initiative to Delve Into the Ultimate Frontier

The MIT Media Lab - the interdisciplinary research laboratory that motivates the alternative amalgamation and corresponding of seemingly different research areas has forged ahead a new initiative to explore more possibilities of space. During...
europa

Can NASA’s ‘Europa Clipper’ prove the existence of extraterrestrial life?

Recently, scientists at the US space agency NASA announced that they are aiming to send a rover to the Jupiter moon Europa in search of life and now they have given a formal name: Europa...
Dawn data reveals the age of mysterious bright spot on dwarf planet Ceres

Dawn data reveals the age of mysterious bright spot on dwarf planet Ceres

National Aerospace and Space Administration's (NASA) Dawn spacecraft has beamed back another remarkable image of the mysterious bright spot on the Ceres that has enabled researchers to determine its image. The bright region lies...
Frequent travelling to space might up the risk of Leukaemia in Astronauts

Frequent travelling to space might up the risk of Leukaemia in Astronauts

In a new study, researchers have warned that frequent travelling to space may up the risk of Leukaemia in astronauts. According to study authors, astronauts are exposed to the intense radiation bulging out in...
Researchers develop new technique to develop chip for next gen faster computers

This new technique will help in manufacturing chip for next gen faster computers

In a new breakthrough, a team of researchers in the UK has developed a new technique to produce a microchips chip that can revolutionise the next generation computers by improving their speed, efficiency, and performance. According to the...
Here's why some dinosaurs stood on two legs?

Researchers finally unveil why dinosaurs learned to walk on two legs!

Have you ever wondered why some dinosaurs stood on two feets instead of using all four? In a new study, palaeontologists have revealed that the mighty creature that once ruled the earth became bipedal...
A remarkable galactic hybrid

See Pic: NASA Hubble shots breathtaking image of Galactic Hybrid

The NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has sent remarkable image galactic hybrid at last stages of its life. The galaxy named UGC 12591 is hybrid of lenticular and spiral galaxy which is located nearly 400 light...
Closest ever habitable exoplanet found in Goldilocks zone 14 light years away

Hydrogen Volcanoes Can Boost Up Habitability Possibility of Exoplanets: Researchers

Habitability of planets and exoplanets is a long unsolved mystery. The factors which define the habitability of a planet are still poorly understood by scientists. Though scientists have already confirmed some factors, some are...
NASA planning to send first ever robotic spacecraft to Sun next year

Solar mission: NASA to send first probe within 4 million miles of Sun next...

The US space agency NASA is planning to send its first ever unmanned robotic probe to observe Sun in 2018. The spacecraft will get within four million miles of the extremely hot Sun atmosphere....
mars-and-earth

Mars is more Earth-like than Moon suggests new volcanic samples on Red Planet

The Red Planet is nowadays the point of attraction for astronomers and scientists across the world. While numerous groups of international scientists are trying hard to colonising Mars and experimenting on its potentialities, a...
Best 4 Yoga Posses for Flattening Your Chubby Tummy

Best 4 Yoga Posses for Flattening Your Chubby Tummy

Are you tired of your fat tummy? Are you facing embarrassment for the growing waistline? Want to cut down the extra fat from your belly without going through knives or strict diet? If yes,...
maya

Scientists unearth extremely rare jade pendant with carved inscriptions of Maya civilisation

In a remarkably rare find, researchers have unearthed a T-shaped pendant made of jade that once belonged to the King of Maya civilisation. The ancient pendant has carving -- "ik" to show the first owner of...
Essential Oils

Essential Oils are the Key for Lustrous Skin And Healthier Life

If you are dreaming of getting a slowing skin and healthier life; then essential oils are worth considering. Since centuries, it has been believed that conditioning and oiling the body regularly holds a number...
ISRO realignes orbit of iconic Mangalyaan, Here's why

ISRO Chief wants to make Space Station and launch majority of global satellites in...

India has the capability build its own space station, but it needs approval from the government and needs to work efficiently on a long-term plan, said ISRO Chief A S Kiran Kumar who was...
Morning Walk

30 min walk on every alternate day can boost positive attitude in advanced cancer...

Cancer patients have always been suggested with some diet and exercise tips. Now, a recent study suggests them that walking for 30 minutes thrice a week can help in boosting affirmative attitude towards their...
India's only active volcano "Barren Island" erupts in Andaman and Nicobar

Barren Island Volcano that was dormant for 150 years is erupting again in Andaman

In a new study, researchers have revealed that India's only active volcano located in the Andaman and Nicobar islands has started erupting again after being in the dormant state for over 150 years. According...
Samsung Galaxy S8: Specs, Features, Release Date; All we know so far

Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus price, colour variants and design leaked

As we come closer to the Samsung's Galaxy S8 launch event, picture of the device is getting clearer. Rumours have started flooding the internet about the design, price, colour variants and launch date of...

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