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China Successfully Concludes 180-Days ‘Space Capsule’ Mission

China has added a glorious page to its golden space exploration missions by completing its 180-days space mission on Wednesday.  On 14th December 2016, four Chinese Adventurers have successfully completed their three-month “Space Capsule”...
Researchers develop honeycomb-like MOF structures to trap harmful gases

An international team of scientists has developed a novel method through which the issues of harmful gases polluting the ecology can be restricted. A group of scientists from the University of Texas at Dallas...
city-in-greece

A team of British and Sweden Archaeologists has discovered a mysterious and lost city in the central of Greece which is expected to provide new clues about the origin of Greece culture. A 2,500-year-old...
Japanese Cargo Ship ‘Kounotori’ with much-needed supplies take-off to ISS on Friday

Two weeks after the disaster of Russian Progress 65 ISS Cargo Ship flying to ISS with essential supplies and tools, The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) launched its new cargo ship on Friday. On...
10 Billion-Years-Old Dying Star May Confer Preview of Earth’s Last Day

When is the doomsday of Earth? Astronomers are soon going to crack the answer of this most-mystified question. By using the most powerful radio telescope in the world, an international group of scientists has...
Cheers Naturalists!!! The Number of Bird Species on Earth Soars to 18, 000

While the entire world is worrying about the decreasing number of animals on the earth, a recently published study has brought up good news for the ecologists. As per the research reports, the number...
Astronomers Descry a Duo of Newborn Planets Orbiting Young Star “HD 163296”

Using Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), a group of Astronomers from Rice University have detected two new infant planets orbiting in the sky. The new planets are found to orbit the younger star called...
Men lasts longer up to 21 seconds without checking their phones-Swiftnary

Soon, you will be able to charge your smartphone simply through a finger swipe, thanks to the newly invented Nanogenerator. Scientists from Michigan State University in the US have developed a new nanogenerator which...
Climate Change Intimidation: Raising level of methane to hold climate goals back

A number of causes are triggering the abnormal changes in climatic patterns. But a recently conducted study has indicated a serious concern towards the emission of Methane, a greenhouse gas because of its rising...
NASA’s Cassini transmits first images of Saturn's Ring-Grazing Orbit

Cassini, NASA's unmanned spacecraft which is orbiting Saturn since 2004, has successfully transmitted the first images of its ring-grazing event on 8th December. On Thursday, NASA’s Cassini beamed back the first pictures of Ring-Grazing Orbit...