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Explore International Space Station with Google’s New Outer Space View

Google – the search engine giant has launched its and world’s first “gravity free” Street View on its Google Maps which features some spectacular pictures and imagery of the International Space Station (ISS) on...

NASA Releases a Spectacular Flyover Movie That Showcases New Perspectives of Pluto’s Imperial Mountains...

NASA has published a splendid and breathtaking flyover video documentary footage that is showcasing the unusual features of Pluto – the rocky and majestic mountain ranges as well as the frozen plains of the...
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Superclusters of galaxies discovered by Indian Astronomers, named as “Saraswati”

A research team of Indian astronomers has identified a gigantic super cluster of galaxies, as large as 20 million billion suns, that they have named as Saraswati, as stated by Inter-University Centre for Astronomy...

Breakthrough in the seed production of Indian pompano in a mass scale

The regional center of Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute  (ICAR) has made a big breakthrough by conducting seed production at a mass scale of Indian pompano for the very first time in the history...

Theory of human spine evolution gets a new direction from the 3.3 million-year-old fossil...

Fossil of a baby girl discovered by researchers reveals that human spine had evolved quite earlier as was stated in previous reports! The discovered fossil is around 3.3 million years old which reflects a...

28-Hour Countdown for ISRO’s Earth Observation Satellite Cartosat-2 & 30 Other Satellites Commenced

The 28-hour countdown for the launch of India’s ultra-powerful earth observation satellite – Cartosat-2 alongside 30 co-passenger satellites including 29 foreign probes, atop a Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) has commenced by the Indian...
ISRO is again to up nation's pride by launching 103 satellites at one go

ISRO to Set out India’s Heaviest Communication Satellite atop GSLV-Mk III Today

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is all set to add a new feather to its cap by sending out India’s heaviest communication satellite atop its powerful and one-of-its-kind GSLV-Mk III rocket today. The entire...
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NASA & ISRO to Pool Resources for Developing Earth-Observing Satellite NISAR

Both the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) are considered as pioneers in space programs and technologies in their respective countries as well as globally. While NASA already...

NASA’s Van Allen Probes Detect ‘Artificial Bubble Circle’ Encircling Earth, Watch Video

One of NASA’s powerful Earth-observing satellites has tracked down a massive “Bubble” contiguous to the Planet Earth, and scientists have named it as “Manmade Space Weather.” Earlier, the interferences and activities of the human being...
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ISRO Gets Organised For Maiden Launch of Its Heaviest Rocket GSLV MK-III in June

India’s premier space agency – the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), after buoying its successful launch of its precious the South Asia Satellite last month, is now gearing up for setting off its heaviest...
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U.S. Air Force’s Unmanned X-37B Spacecraft Winds up Its Two-Years-Old Classified Mission

The unmanned robotic spacecraft of the U.S Air Force - X-37B has made a strong come back to Earth after wrapping up its two years old classified mission. On 20th May 2015, the fourth confidential...
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This stunning video shows plasma dancing on solar surface

The sun which gives energy to the entire solar system has a very active surface and ejects a large amount of solar substance into space. Coronal mass ejections (CME) are one of such events where...

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