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NASA to reveal latest finds on Space Missions, Earth and Curiosity Rover at the American Geophysical Union

Cheers Science Lovers and Enthusiastic!!! The US-based space agency, NASA is going to represent the detailed reports of its latest breakthroughs, studies, activities, space exploration and outstanding achievements at the American Geophysical Union which...
ISRO successfully places Resource Sat-2A in Orbit: Gearing up for two more satellites

In order to take the remote sensing data service forward, ISRO, On Wednesday, 7th December 2016, injected the PSLV C36 Resource Sat-2A at 10.25 am from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota. PSLV...
Aliens can be spied with the newly invented optical telescope chip

NASA's Curiosity Mars Rover has built up an issue with the engine that moves its boring gear, and scientists at the US space agency have quit driving the rover and are using its arm for...
Aliens can be spied with the newly invented optical telescope chip

Does alien exist??? Well, this question is still unsolved. But now this mystery can be solved as a group of scientists from the Australian National University (ANU) have developed an innovative and ground-breaking chip...
PSLV C36 lifting Resource Sat-2A takes off from Sriharikota: A Quick Look on ISRO’s other satellites of 2016

India’s progression in space exploration field is age-old and adding a new page of success to the long history of space missions, ISRO, on Wednesday successfully launched its 38th Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle. Named...
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency to Send Cargo Ship to ISS on Friday

After the blast event of Russian Cargo Ship moving ahead to ISS with supplies and tools, The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) is now gearing up to dispatch a new cargo ship to International...
Thanu Padmanabhan, Indian Astrophysicist triumphs over the decade-back scientific challenge on Dark Energy

It was almost one decade ago, when an India-based theoretical physicist Thanu Padmanabhan at an international conference in Melbourne, threw a challenge to the International Community of Astrophysicists to prove his theory on dark...
India-origin astronaut discovers tiniest-ever asteroid measuring 6 feet in diameter

Cosmologists including an Indian origin astronaut have set a new record, by exploring world’s smallest asteroid. The newly found modest space rock is only 6 feet (2 meters) wide and hence is tagged with...
Russian cargo ship burns down on its way to ISS camp

Like no other endeavours of the present days, the space program motivates the entire humanity by pushing the edge of the possibility to explore the hidden secrets of the nature. But the bitter truth...
Israel scientists invent world’s first ever 'water-wave laser'

A group of scientists from Technion-Israel Institute of Technology has developed world’s first 'water-wave laser'. Researchers combined water and optics to generate water wave. It is for the first time that any scientists are...