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ISS is detectable from Mumbai’s night skies: Here are 8 things everyone should know

NASA’s biggest habitable artificial satellite – International Space Station (ISS) these days is visible from the night skies of Mumbai. As declared by NASA, ISS is visible through naked eyes in the skies of...
India’s Team Indus Ties Up with Japan’s Hakuto for Next Lunar Mission

India’s Team Indus Ties Up with Japan’s Hakuto for Next Lunar Mission

A Bengaluru-based space startup company - TeamIndus - the only Indian team to represent the country in the Google Lunar XPRIZE competition, on Wednesday publicized the report of its partnership with a Japanese space...
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Ecological honor to Barak Obama: New Coral-Reef Fish Species is named as “Tosanoides Obama”

A new species of fish discovered from Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument, located at the United States of America is named in the honor of former president of USA, Mr. Barak Obama. When scientists first...
Japanese Spacecraft ERG may discover new approaches to Van Allen Radiation Belts

Japanese Spacecraft ERG may discover new approaches to Van Allen Radiation Belts

The Japanese spaceship, called Exploration of Energization and Radiation in Geospace Satellite, or ERG successfully took off from Uchinoura Space Center in southern Japan, on 20th December; at 6 am EST (1100 GMT; 8...
Ancient footprints of our ancestors suggest they were extremely tall

Ancient footprints of our ancestors suggest they were extremely tall

Ancient human beings are likely to have a royal figure with at least 5.5-feet tall, 45kg weight, and a harem – scientists have discovered during a research. This is the figure what our ancestors...
Cassini image demonstrating an illusion of Mimas crashing into Saturn’s Rings

Cassini image demonstrating an illusion of Mimas crashing into Saturn’s Rings

Cassini, after completing its first ring-grazing event earlier a week, is moving towards a graceful climax in 2017 and is currently taking closest flyby approach to the rings of Saturn. However, before putting an...
NASA to develop ‘Restore-L’ to grasp, renovate and refill fellow robots  

NASA to develop ‘Restore-L’ to grasp, renovate and refill fellow robots  

NASA, in order to enhance its efficiency in space exploration missions, is working on a new robot repairman who will be employed for repairing, grasping and refilling the associate robots. NASA, while sending its...
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India to House Fifth LIGO Centre to study Gravitational Waves

India is soon going to be the fifth privileged country to house Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) Centre for studying Gravitational waves. The establishment of Observatory & Research Centre in India will be world’s...
NASA’s Curiosity Detects 'Rock-Ingredient Stew’ on Mars: Triggers the possibility of Life

NASA’s Curiosity detects ‘Rock-Ingredient Stew’ on Mars, Suggests possibility of Life

NASA's Curiosity Rover which is intended to explore Mars and its atmosphere recently found 'Rock-Ingredient Stew’ on the Martian surface which has triggered the possibility of Life on barren Mars. The robotic rover Curiosity...

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