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Earth Hour 2017

Exhibit Your Love for Planet by Celebrating “Earth Hour 2017”; Keep Your Lights Turn...

Contribute your 60 minutes from the entire year to protect our Mother Planet – Earth; Join forces for “Earth Hour” today, from 8.30p.m to 9.30p.m. Many regions of the world will go shadowy for an...
NASA handpicks four new team to solve mysteries of Solar System

NASA handpicks four new teams to solve mysteries of Solar System

In an effort to advance basic and applied research for lunar and planetary science, and advance human exploration of the solar system through scientific discovery, NASA created the Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute...
Kalpana Chawla

All you need to know about first Indian woman astronaut ‘Kalpana Chawla’ on her...

Kalpana Chawla – the name itself carries the significance of women empowerment and a glorious space future that a middle-class nation like India had always been looking for. Kalpana Chawla was the first India...
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...
See Pic: NASA Kepler provides breathtaking view of neighbouring star system with 7 planets

Kepler telescope gives new insight into neighbouring seven planet star system TRAPPIST-1

Scientists at NASA recently announced the discovery of neighbouring star systems with seven planets that migh host life -- TRAPPIST-1. The discovery was made using Spitzer Space Telescope in combination with ground-based telescopes. The US...
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...
Rocket And Satellite Garbage Is Jeopardizing Private Space Commerce

Satellite and Rocket Garbage Is Jeopardizing Private Space Commerce

Pollution and climate change have been hitting each and every part of cosmos hardly, and space is no exceptional. The litters, produced and emitted by rockets and satellites has created an endangered edge for...
NASA revealed more about the poles of Saturn's Enceladus moon.NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute

NASA Cassini Photographed Diminutive Moon Daphnis Triggering Waves in Saturn’s Rings

Saturn’s moon Daphnis may be diminutive, but it knows well how to keep grabbing the attention. Recently, the tiny of the planet created something unexpected and magical, which fortunately captured by NASA’ powerful spacecraft...
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...
ISRO realignes orbit of iconic Mangalyaan, Here's why

ISRO seeking permission for developing its own space station

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chief A S Kiran Kumar believes that India has capability, technology and infrastructure to develop its own space station but it needs approval from the government to work on...
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...
NASA Cassini spacecraft spots 'Rays of Creusa' on Saturn moon Dione

Watch this breathtaking pic of ‘Rays of Creusa’ on Saturn moon Dione captured by...

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has shared another beautiful image beamed back by the Cassini spacecraft. The image shows Saturn moon Dione and craters that really stand out on the moon when...
ISRO ready for the mega launch of 104 satellites on Feb 15

ISRO to create history by lifting up 104 satellites simultaneously on February 15

The Indian Space Agency ISRO is all set to make a world record by launching the most number of satellites in one go. As per the reports, ISRO is gearing up for launching 104 satellites...
Ancient alien face like Gautam Buddha still exist on Google Mars, See Pic

Ancient alien face like Gautam Buddha still exist on Google Mars, See Pic

Alien hunters believe that extraterrestrial life does exist and are trying hard to prove it to ordinary people. Rumours of alien findings on Mars and Moon have gained momentum recently, and alien enthusiasts from all around...
Astronaut Scott Kelly signs movie deal with Sony before releasing his book!

NASA study on Kelly brothers confirms that prolonged space travel alters gene

In an unusual study, the scientists from NASA  have discovered that there could be significant gene alterations due to space travels. The astronaut Scott Kelly and his twin brother Mark who stayed on Earth...
ISS NASA

Will private space company ‘Axiom Space’ launch private space station by 2020?

The International Space Station (ISS) is close to its concluding stage and largest artificial satellite is expected to end its operational life by 2020. However, in order to meet the ultra-modern space needs, NASA...
ISRO

ISRO to break world-record by launching 103 satellites in one go from SDSC

The Indian Space Agency ISRO is all set to make a world record by launching the most number of satellites in one go. As per the reports, ISRO is gearing up for launching 103 satellites...
NASA Soyuz spacecraft

NASA Eyes on Five Soyuz Seats to Ship Crews to ISS through Boeing

As expected, the unavailability of manned space mission till 2018 has turned out to be a significant setback for the largest space agency, NASA. Though the agency has assigned two space startups like Boeing...
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...

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