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Antartic Sea Ice

Global Warming Dried Out Antarctic Sea Ice By 14 percent in One Decade: Study

From the South Pole to the North Pole, the impact of global warming can easily be witnessed everywhere. But in last once decade, the effects of climate change are becoming harsher as Scientists recently...
Blackhole

Brightest-Ever Supernova is actually a Star-Gulping Black Hole, Study reveals

The Brightest-ever Supernova which was detected last year, positioning in about four billion light years distant from Earth is nothing than a star-swallowing Black Hole, revealed the newly conducted study. An intense flare, which...
NASA fires first Trajectory Correction Maneuver thrusters on Journey to Asteroid Bennu

NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft to start chasing elusive “Trojan” asteroids

NASA’s “Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security, Regolith Explorer” or OSIRIS-Rex is gearing up to commence the hunt for mysterious “Trojan" asteroids which are constantly orbiting  the Earth. Launched on 8th September 2016, the...
Avoid facebook with phone numbers - The TeCake

Facebook To Bring New Updates: Fixes The Misallocations In Its Live Video and One...

Facebook, the largest social media platform of the world has publicised the report of adding multiple updates to its two major matrices in order to kick out the error. This is for the third...
Modern Moms prefer bottle milk over breastfeeding

Modern Moms prefer bottle milk over breastfeeding

Over centuries, we have heard that breastfeeding creates an indefinable relation between a mother and baby. It is a process that keeps both the mother and baby healthy and deafens them against allergies, sickness,...
Instagram Cyber Bullying

Instagram adds new Privacy Tool to turn off comments to fight cyber bullying

The issues of Cyber Bullying and harassment are gradually becoming a great concern for socialists. The problem of bullying has turned out to be one of the most prevalent problems the current society is...
Maruti Suzuki

No effects of demonetisation on automobile industries, especially on passenger car makers

Native sales of Indian leading passenger car makers keep on growing. Reportedly, Maruti Suzuki, one of the leading Indian car manufacturers has witnessed a significant 14% growth this year. A whopping 126,226 units by...
earth-oxygen

Geologists believe that total weight of Earth’s Technosphere is about 30 trillion tonnes

A global team led by geologists at University of Leicester in the UK has estimated the utter size of the physical structure of the earth’s technosphere. Technosphere of the earth is constituted of the...
new periodic table november 2016

IUPAC declares official names of 113, 115, 117, and 118 elements

IUPAC (International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry) on 28th November has acknowledged name and symbols of elements 113, 115, 117 and 118. Names of recently approved elements are nihonium (Nh), Moscovium (Mc), tennessine...
Shimla becomes the first place in India where people can see International Space Station (Video+)

NASA International Space Station visible in India; Here’s how you can see it

The largest artificial habitat in space, International Space Station is visible in India. Skygazers are excited to get a glimpse of ISS in dark sky. The event has given another reason to be delighted...
Lack of strong laws in Thailand encourage illegal trafficking and trading of apes

Lack of strong laws in Thailand encourage illegal trafficking and trading of apes

To prevent illegal wildlife trading, the UN General Assembly resolution came up last year, which was reestablished in September this year. The resolution acknowledges the basis legal agenda provided by the Convention on International...
Astronomers find roundest natural object in universe located 5000 light years away

This is the roundest celestial object in nature, ‘Kepler 11145123’

Celestial bodies and the planetary structure have always been a great source of mystery, both for the ordinary people the space explorers. A number of researches and explorations have previously been held in space...

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