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NOAA probe observes mysterious man made bubble surrounding Earth for the first time ever

Located one million miles apart from Earth, a powerful satellite of NOAA, through its ultra-powerful onboard camera, developed by NASA has captured hundreds of enigmatic flashes, echoing off the surface of the earth. In the...

KalamSat: This 18-years-old boy made India proud by developing world’s smallest satellite

On June 21st, the world is going to witness a never-before history as the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) will be launching world’s smallest and lightest satellite, developed by an Indian teen atop...
Android, Crypto Ransomware, Cybercriminals, India, Internet, Ransomware, Symantec

Microsoft to Blame US National Security Agency for WannaCry Ransomware

While the world is taken aback by the unexpected mass-cyber attack, which left millions of computers stock-still and breached, there is a blame game concocting over that is actually accountable for the massive cyber-attack....
Mars, Canyon, North pole

Heavy rainfall in the past might have restructured martian surface, say geologists 

Heavy rainfall on Mars may possibly have restructured the impact craters of the Red Planet and imprinted river-like waterways on Martian surface, some billions of years ago, revealed a new international study. Mars has always...
mars site

NASA’s Mars Rover Beams Back Spectacular Image of Ancient Martian Valley, Once Carved by...

NASA’s Mars Rover, also called MER-B (Mars Exploration Rover - B) or MER-1 has added a new feather to its cap by discovering the spectacular ancient Martian Valley, which is expected to be carved...

NASA Video Exhibits a Longish, White-Coloured UFO, Coming Nearer To ISS and Zooming Back...

The presence and existence of alien and UFOs are the most enigmatic topic that the current scientific and astronomic societies are discussing today. Since years, the sightings of UFOs in videos, clicked by satellites,...
Deforestation and Koala

Deforestation in Tropical Forests Can Annihilate 40% of Trees and Terrestrial Species

A team of scientists and ecologists has called for immediate action as a new study has ringed alarm over the intensifying threats of extinction to biodiversity due to deforestation. The new study, appeared today in...
Fossil in France

Scientists Unearth Fossils of Earliest Relative of Brachiosaurs in France

A new analysis has found the fossils, stored in the France Museum to be the remnant of a new dinosaur species and earliest relative of Brachiosaurs – a discovery which may pave more paths...
Blue Whale Suicidal game

Suicide Game ‘Blue Whale’ Creates Global Panic after Taking Hundreds of Teen Lives

A chilling social media ‘challenge game’ called “Blue Whale” has been alleged to take hundreds of youngster, and teen lives around the world. Originated from Russia, the nerve-jangling social media game is reportedly linked...
Peggy Whitson

US President congratulates astronaut Peggy Whitson for spending most non-consecutive days in space!

Peggy Whitson- US Astronaut has pinned up her spectacular achievements by adding one more star to the records! She broke the record for spending most non-consecutive days in space! Her record was registered for spending...
Photosynthesis

Scientists Find Ways to Mimic Photosynthesis Method for Converting CO2 into Solar Fuel

Researchers from the University of Florida have discovered a new method which can suck up carbon Dioxide from lights, coming directly from the sun and convert it into solar fuel – a new revolutionary...
NASA records mysterious infrasound 36km above earth, suggesting alien life

After Seven Failures NASA Finally Launches Super-Pressure Balloon

After facing seven unsuccessful attempts, NASA finally succeeds in firing up its Super-Pressure Balloon on Tuesday. It is almost three months to NASA trying to setting out its football-stadium-sized aircraft from Wanaka airport. But each...

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