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The failure of rocket may result in delays in the moon missions of the...

The failure of the Long March 5 rocket of China has a very rare demerit for the greatly successful space program of China which could result in the delay of the plans of bringing...

Yoga is great for your health, but affects your brain too: Study

A recent research has revealed that there si an increase in the activity of the brain when the thoughts of a person, on its own, wanders freely, during a practice session of yoga. Meditation is...

NASA’s Hubble Tracks down New Moon Orbiting Third-Largest Dwarf Planet 2007 OR10

NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope (HST) which is positioned in low Earth orbit and is monitoring celestial movements has helped astronomers detecting a new moon, circling solar system’s third largest dwarf planet - 2007 OR10! Hubble...

Indian teen develops world’s lightest satellites that will be launched by NASA next month

The world needs to observe the history that will be made on June 21, when a NASA sounding rocket would be carrying world's smallest and lightest satellite, namely the KalamSat, from Wallops Island, a...
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ESA’s New Video Tips off Risks Pose by Cosmic Debris to Satellites & Astronauts

The European Space Agency (ESA) has recently released a new video, cautioning about the risks, pose by the cosmic debris to the satellites, spacecraft and onboard astronauts. Space debris or junks and wastes are now...
Energised Particles of Solar Wind Turned Once-Earth-Like Mars to a Cold & Dry Planet 

Energised Particles of Solar Wind Turned Once-Earth-Like Mars to a Cold & Dry Planet 

After Earth, Mars is the only planet in the solar system that holds the possibility of life. Scientists think, Mars, to be the second most hospitable planet that could someday hold microbiological life. Some...
Earliest known plant fossils unearthed in India

1.6 billion years old plant fossil discovered in India is world’s oldest!

In the most recent development in the paleontological and natural history of the earth, a team of researchers have excavated fossils in India that go back to almost 1.6 billion years. This path-breaking discovery is...
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TeamIndus: Seven teams qualify for India’s first private lunar mission

TeamIndus, an Indian-base space tech startup has picked seven teams for the country’s first private moon mission. Three among the lot of seven who qualified for this rare opportunity are from India. The TeamIndus...
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...
europa

Can NASA’s ‘Europa Clipper’ prove the existence of extraterrestrial life?

Recently, scientists at the US space agency NASA announced that they are aiming to send a rover to the Jupiter moon Europa in search of life and now they have given a formal name: Europa...
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...

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