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Mola Mola Fish The TeCake

Holy! Mola mola: World’s largest bony fish recorded, Watch VIDEO

World’s largest bony fish, Mola mola has been spotted by scientists. This fish can be seen throughout the world’s ocean. This heaviest bony fish weighs 5,000 lbs. (2,300 kilograms). The measurements recorded by the National...
Green LED'S are made brighter and more efficient by new method

Green LED’S are made brighter and more efficient by new method

Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign have developed a new method for making the green LED’s (Light Emitting Diode) more efficient and brighter. For this they developed U-shaped groove on Silicon by...
ISRO to blast IIT-B's Pratham satellite using PSLV: Launch date yet not decided

ISRO to blast IIT-B’s Pratham satellite using PSLV in September

ISRO’s Satellite Pratham will be launched in September along with PSLV (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle). The exact launch date is yet to decide. ISRO will soon announce the date for the event. The satellite hasn’t...
NASA: Mars had Oxygen and water in the past, it was more Earth-like!

Mysterious scratches on Mars caused by CO2 and not by flowing water, reveals study

Gullies that lace the surface of Mars appear similar to those carved out on Earth by flowing water, but a new deep look at the Red Planet turned up no evidence that the life-giving...
Dragon, ISS, Nasa, Science, SpaceX

NASA orders second mission to Space X for taking astronauts to ISS

NASA has ordered a second post-certification mission from SpaceX to take its astronauts to the International Space Station. Direct flights from Florida's Space Coast to the International Space Station (ISS) will enable US crews...
extinct animals

Mass extinction: What actually led to catastrophic loss of life 450 millions years ago...

A new study published by Vanderbilt University suggests that the evolution swept early animals that caused the mass extinction for the first time. New fossils discovered in the southwest African country of Namibia reinforce...
ISRO all set to launch weather satellite INSAT-3DR on August 28; All you need to know

Indian space agency ISRO to blast geostationary weather satellite INSAT-3DR this month

Geostationary Weather satellite (GSLV-MKll) with INSAT- 3DR will be launched by the end of this month, by ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation), and therefore the preparations have geared up as reported by top official...
Female orgasm might have evolved from male-induced ovulation

Here’s how evolution of mysterious Female Orgasm took place

Nothing has ever been known about female orgasm, scientists keep studying this subject over and over. Once again scientist at Yale and the Cincinnati Children’s hospital examined different species for the same. The study is...
Left overs of a star: See photo captured by Hubble space Telescope

Left overs of a star: See photo captured by Hubble space Telescope

NASA Hubble space telescope image captures the remnants of a long dead star. The location of the left over star is 160000 light-years away from earth, in the closest galactic neighbours – the Large...
Artificial leaves that will generate fuel from CO2

This artificial leaf converts CO2 into fuel

Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago have succeeded in developing ‘artificial leaves’ that actually works like natural leaves, it removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere but instead of converting it into oxygen,...
Juno reached the farthest point of Jupiter’s orbit today

NASA Juno reaches farthest point in Jupiter’s orbit

NASA Juno spacecraft has reached farthest point in Jupiter's orbit after five years on 31 July. The largest planet of our solar system is now 5.8 million miles away from the planet. Though the spacecraft entered...
Metamaterial: Flexible building blocks for wearable and prosthetics

Metamaterial: Flexible building blocks for wearable and prosthetics

This new metamaterial created by researchers at Tel Aviv University, Netherlands may revolutionize prosthetics and wearable technologies. It has such unique properties that are not naturally present in the composite materials. The properties can...
New high-tech shirts change colours as subjected to pollution

This new $500 t-shirt can detect pollution level by changing color

As the pollution in our environment is increasing day by day, various steps are been taken to detect the polluted areas. One of it has been taken by Aerochromics by creating shirts that actually...
Indian Monsoon is influenced by Mineral Dust of middle-east

Indian Monsoon is influenced by Mineral Dust of middle-east

According to a new research, variations in the ability of sand particles kicked into the atmosphere from deserts in the Middle East to absorb heat can change the intensity of the Indian summer Monsoon. The Indian...
Tiger poplation in India has gone up by 30 percent in three years, Javedkar

International Tiger Day : Knowing more about the wild cat

Today that is July 29th is the International Tigers day. This day NGO’s and forest authorities create awareness about tiger conservation all over the world. The need to celebrate this day was decided when...
The species, such as elephants, rhinos, gorillas, and big cats are now threatened with extinction (Representational Image)

Conservation strategies for world’s Megafauna

Conservation biologists sees the need to protect world’s mega fauna (giant animals) from being extinct. In a declaration made today and published in the journal ‘BioScience’, a group of more than 40 conservation scientists...
heart-disease-tecake

Astronauts suffer great risks at heart diseases

Apollo deep space astronauts are five times more likely to die from heart disease. A team of researchers looking into the fate of the Apollo astronauts has discovered that their rate of death from cardiovascular...
Ceres’ largest impact crater, Kerwan near the edge of a large depression that could be the remains of an older impact. The colour-coding indicates elevation (blue = low; red = high). NASA/SOUTHWEST RESEARCH INSTITUTE/SIMONE MARCHI

Here’s why large craters are missing on the dwarf planet Ceres, reveals NASA Dawn

Last year NASA’s Dawn spacecraft was send to the nearest dwarf planet, Ceres, which is largest of all the minor planets. The spacecraft beamed back some surprising images of the surface of Ceres. There...
These smart shoes will help astronauts from tripping hazards

MIT scientists develop space boots to prevent astronauts from tripping over

MIT researchers are developing a new space boot that uses built-in sensors and tiny haptic motors to help guide the wearer around obstacles by means of vibrations to keep future explorers on their feet....
graphene

Researchers develop wonder material made of ‘Graphene’ to make dirty water drinkable

Engineers have succeeded in making a sheet of Graphene that will purify dirty water with the help of sunlight, simply by keeping it on the body of water. This new system of bi-layered bio foam...

Twitter’s new android feature launched: Night Mode Vision

Twitter announces ‘Night Mode’ UI as an official feature on Android app and releases it on Google’s mobile platform, which it started testing several months. This will make it more comfortable for those users...

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