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Blue Origin Signed French Company Eutelsat Communications as Its First Customer for Pipelined New...

The billionaire owner of popular e-commerce site Amazon and space firm Blue Origin ahs announced about a new treaty for its on-going New Glenn Orbital Rocket, at the Satellite 2017 Conference, going on in...
Watch: NASA journey of 'Space to Ground: 2016: A Space Expedition'

NASA to Unveil Public Accessible Free Software Catalogue

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has broken the ice from its most-awaited software catalogue for the year 2017-2018 in an official event on Thursday. On 2nd July, the US-based space agency wrapped...
NASA releases bunch of free softwares and Earthly applications for the general public

NASA opens their software catalog for public use; All you need to know

The US space agency NASA has launched its software catalog for the upcoming fiscal year 2017-2018, where it will offer several applications and softwares to the general public free of cost and without charging any royalty...
Indo-American teen scientist Chaitanya Karamchedu

Indo-American Teen Scientist finds a Cheap Way to make Sea Water drinkable

Making the sea water drinkable will be a piece of cake now as a new method has been invented to clean the sea water in a cheap and practically possible manner. The method was...
Moon

Our Moon is at least 4.51 billion years old, say scientists

After studying the materials brought back from Apollo 14 mission in 1971, scientists have found out that our Moon is 4.51 billion years old. This new discovered have made scientists realize that our natural satellite...
Juno spacecraft

This stunning image capture by Juno shows how Jupiter is covered by storm

After analysis some data from NASA's Juno Spacecraft, a local scientists have finally published a gorgeous photo of Jupiter which shows how it is covered in storm. This photo was created by a local scientist...
India's Mars Orbiter Mission

3 Indian women lead for India’s Mars Orbiter Mission

In the year 2013, India's Mars Orbiter Mission became the first Mars orbit mission, which successfully reached the orbit in its first attempt. The better news is, three Indian women were leading the mission. Let's...
Research

Antarctica in danger due to its drastic climate change

Lot of countries have made Antarctica their base for scientific research since 1959. Drastic change in Antarctica's climate is causing the research centres to rethink about their base location. Various countries maintain their bases for...
SpaceX

SpaceX is all ready to get re-launched this month

After the costly launchpad explosion, that happened last September, 2016, SpaceX is now all ready to get re-launched soon. SpaceX was poised to blast off the Falcon 9 rocket, this Saturday. Hence, it marked...
Blackhole in centre of milkyway

Giant Black Hole in Milky Way consumes stars and vomits out planet-sized spitballs

Some stars come too close to a black hole present in the center of the galaxy and get gobbled up by the mysterious and gigantic black ball that ultimately rips apart the star, sending a long...
Surgery

Mumbai hospital plans to pay huge amount for the operation of world’s heaviest woman

Recently, one of the famous Mumbai hospitals was appointed to conduct bariatric surgery on world's heaviest women. And the hospital has put aside 2 crore Indian rupees to conduct the operation. The woman's name is...
Charon

NASA discovers Moon Charon’s protectiveness for Pluto’s atmosphere

Pluto has an unusual relationship with its moon Charon in the solar system. This is due to Charon's size and proximity which is more than half of Pluto's diameter and orbits only 19,312 kilometres...

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