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NASA’s Opportunity Mars Rover Tracks down Evidence of Ancient Lake of Liquid Water on...

NASA’s Opportunity Mars Rover, which has been exploring Mars since 2004, has successfully discovered solid evidence about the presence of an ancient lake, which was once flooded with running water, said the US-based space...
Ocean Levels Hiked

Ocean Levels Hiked 50% Faster In 2014 than 1993, Claims New Report

Global ocean levels have risen nearly 50 percent swifter in 2014 in compared to 1993, and now the meltwater from the Greenland ice sheet has been contributing to the 25% of total sea level...

Uranus’ Bizarre Rotation Creates Switch-On-Off Effects on Its Magnetosphere: Study

Unlike the Magnetosphere, here on Earth, Uranus has a switch-like Magnetosphere, thanks to the planet's strange and unusual rotation; claimed a new survey. The magnetic field of the earth is closely allied with its spin...
Toronto-Researchers Light Upon 2-Billion-Years-Old Water Source in Ontario

Century’s Biggest Discovery: Water Can Exist in Two Distinct Liquid Phases

Forget what you knew about H2O or water as the greatest discovery of the century is here – water can exist not in one, but in two distinct liquid phases, each with entirely different...
Ice Giant Planets

NASA Publishes New Completed Study Report on Its Future Missions to Enigmatic “Ice Giant”...

  NASA, in a bid to take its long-standing plan for exploring the “Ice Giant” planets like Uranus and Neptune a step forward, has published the completed study and research on the project, confirmed an...
NASA IRIS

NASA’s IRIS Decodes Mysteries of Plasma Jets in Sun’s Spicules

The long-standing mystery behind the abundant jets of plasma located in the solar atmosphere, called Spicules, is finally going to be solved by a team of NASA scientists have developed a new catalyst which...

74% World Population to Experience Intense Heat Waves by 2021, Warns New Study

  Populace, Get ready to experience the killer and intense heat waves as a new study warns about the most remarkable intensification of the temperature by 2021 if the emission of deadly greenhouse gas –...
Asteroid impact

Asteroid’s Collision with Earth Is Unavoidable; Warn Scientists 

What will happen if a massive asteroid crashes into the earth? What will be the impacts of the crash between a space rock and our mother planet and how long the collision will stay...
ESA Launch of LISA

European Space Agency Gives Go-Ahead Label To Suspended LISA Mission for 2034

  After years of delays and sluggish development process, the highly ambitious - Laser Interferometer Space Antenna or LISA mission has finally received authorization from the European Space Agency (ESA), confirmed an official announcement. The Laser...
NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope

NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope Shed New Light on How Dead Galaxies Evolve

  NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope which has been operating in the low Earth orbit since 1990 has added a new feather to its cap by detecting the first-of-its-kind dead galaxy which may alter the manner...
CartoSat2

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...
NASA

KalamSat: NASA Set New World Record by Launching World’s Smallest Satellite, Developed by an...

  The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has added a new feather to its cap and successfully created a new milestone by launching world’s smallest satellite, designed and developed by an Indian adolescent. On 21st...

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