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Nakul Vats

Hafnium carbide powder

Scientists concoct most heat resistant material that endures 40000-degree Celsius

In a breakthrough, a group of scientists has found a ground-breaking material that can bear up the highest degree of temperature. The group from Imperial College London at the United Kingdom has built up...
Saturn's moon ' Pandora'

NASA’s Cassini beamed back proximal and highest-resolution snaps of Saturn’s moon Pandora

Cassini, the unmanned robotic spacecraft of NASA, which is orbiting planet Saturn since 1997, has beamed back some stunning close-up images of Pandora, the moon of Saturn. NASA, the US-based space agency has released...
Universe's Largest Superclusters of Galaxies Espied Next To Milky Way

Astronomers discover largest superclusters of galaxies next to Milky Way

The Milky Way – which houses our solar system was previously believed to be alone. But now, a new discovery has come to forefront raising some serious questions on this long-established belief. A group...
China kicks off its first carbon dioxide detection satellite 'TanSat' today

China kicks off its first carbon dioxide detection satellite ‘TanSat’ today

In order to detect and monitor the emission and impact of carbon dioxide, China, has successfully launch its first minisatellite to space. Today, on 22nd December 2016, China’s first-of-its-kind global carbon dioxide detection and...
Winter Solstice 2016 prevails today: Here’s everything you need to know

Winter Solstice 2016 prevails today: Here’s everything you need to know

The astronomical phenomenon - winter solstice or otherwise called hibernal solstice is going to happen today, on 21st December. Today is the day which will mark the shortest day and the longest night of...
Japan’s upgraded Epsilon booster that will study Genesis of Geomagnetic Storms to take-off Today

Japan’s upgraded Epsilon booster that will study Genesis of Geomagnetic Storms to take-off Today

Japan's small-class space launcher Epsilon Booster together with one satellite is gearing up to take off today from Uchinoura Space Center. On Tuesday, the upgraded Version of Epsilon Booster with a satellite will fly...
A Massive ‘Dead Zone’ Detected In Bay of Bengal is Likely To Shook Up Aquatic Lives

A Massive ‘Dead Zone’ Detected In Bay of Bengal is Likely To Shook Up...

“Dead Zones”, which are usually found off the western coastal of North and South America, Namibia and off the West shoreline of India in the Arabian Sea, is recently discovered in the Bay of...
Marine Wonder: Rarely Seen Ghost Shark Caught On Camera

Marine Wonder: Rarely Seen Ghost Shark Caught On Camera

Like described in Greek Mythology, a rarely seen Ghost Shark recently caught on camera is giving some major goals about the unknown and interesting facts about marine life. A Ghost Shark or pointy-nosed blue...
Erik Verlinde’s Alternative to Albert Einstein’s Gravity Theory Qualifies First Major Test

Erik Verlinde’s Alternative to Albert Einstein’s Gravity Theory Qualifies First Major Test

Dutch Theoretical Physicist, Erik Verlinde’s alternative theory to Albert Einstein’s Theory of Gravity has successfully qualified the first test round over this weekend. In as study of more than 3000 galaxies, the new Theory...

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