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international space station, ISS, NASA

ISS or International Space Station is the largest artificial satellite in the world, owned and operated by NASA. It is the inhabitable space lab, which can host astronauts for months, or sometimes for years....
sonic boom

‘Sonic boom’ of light is an outcome of sound connected with the alarm waves generated by an object moving through the air at a faster pace than the swiftness of sound. Sometimes Sonic booms...
Habitable Exoplanet Wolf 1061c

Wolf 1061, the nearby star system of the earth might have alien life, and now researchers are headed toward the discovery of this. A team of researchers from San Francisco State University is experimenting...
alien, new life, solar system

Since many years scientists are searching for biosignatures and the existence of life out of Earth but are have always ended up with false alarm but this time they are damn confident on hitting the...
Spoon Mars 1

As we are finding ways to establish life on Mars, the alien life searchers are providing evidence of the existence of life there. In a recent report, The TeCake reported that alien gazers have found an...
Kidd Creek Mine

After discovering 1.5 billion-year-old water three years back, the same group of Canadian Geoscientists has uncovered world’s oldest water source in Kidd Creek Mine. A team of geoscientists from the University of Toronto has...
Fast-gyrating neutron stars are likely to emanate intense gravitational waves: study

A recently conducted study by a group of Indian researchers suggests that the fastest-spinning stars may emit denser gravity rays. The research report suggests that the neutron stars can engender denser gravitational waves incessantly,...
techfest

The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay has set its annual TechFest 2016 on fire. Inaugurated today, the TechFest will go ahead until 19th December.  Said to be the Asia’s biggest Science and Technology...
NASA's Dawn spacecraft image of the limb of dwarf planet Ceres shows a section of the northern hemisphere (Reuters photo)

NASA's Dawn mission has kept on surprising the astronomers with its mystifying discoveries since its landing at Ceres in March 2015 and this time is no different. Dawn spacecraft, NASA’s Ceres Orbiting Spacecraft has...
Climate Change Triggered Most Heavy Rainfall, Fires, & Hot Waves in 2015: Study

While people are resting assured with the misconception that climate change is controllable, a new survey has revealed some shocking facts about the harsh impacts of abnormal variations in the climatic pattern. A new...