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Sagar Saini

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WEF & MSI’s Joint Venture

Ocean and seas, which have acquired 97% of the entire earth, are undoubtedly one of the most precious creations of nature. Rather than creating life-saving oxygen and absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, the...
Brazilian scientists discover a planet-swallowing Death Star analogous to Sun

Stars are also known as solar twins because of their closeness and resemblance to Sun. But discovering a planet having almost equal dimension to Sun is relatively rare. But surprisingly, a team of international...
Warm water triggering Ice glacial melting in Antarctic: Research Says

An international group of scientists, during a new investigation, found hot water causing the melt of Ice glacial in Antarctic. On Friday, a team of researchers from the United States and Australia published a...
US President Donald Trump

There's no point escaping it – Donald Trump's victory as the President of the US has ended up being a global threat. The possibilities of successfully moderating climate change and holding the level of...
NASA successfully launches hurricane satellite CYGNSS today

NASA’s Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System (CYGNSS), which was slated to take off on 14th December, Wednesday, was launched today, on 15th December 2016. As said by one of the officials of NASA, earlier,...
NASA’s Curiosity Detects Element Boron on Martian Surface

NASA’s Mars Rover ‘Curiosity’, that is experimenting on the Martian Surface since 2004, has encountered a new clue for the habitable groundwater on Mars. It is a first-of-its-kind discovery under which, NASA’s Curiosity Rover...
India to conduct final-trial of nuclear-equipped Agni-V by end of this year

India is gearing up to put its much-anticipated Agni-V on the final trial launch by the end of this year. Agni-V is the fourth edition of India’s influential “Agni” series which was commenced in...
NASA aligning technical glitch of curiosity’s drilling operation 

NASA’s Mars Rover, Curiosity is currently busy in transmitting the evidence of the presence of rocks on the Martian Surface, while the engineers of the space agency are troubleshooting the technical glitch found in...

NASA’s space probe “Juno” who is orbiting Jupiter since August 2011 has successfully captured the seventh of eight features configuring a 'string of pearls.' On 11th December, NASA’s Juno clicked the stunning images of...
NASA to launch small satellite constellation ‘CYGNSS’ on Wednesday

After solving the technical glitch, NASA is all set to launch its small satellite constellation ‘CYGNSS’ on 14th December 2016. The satellite was previously scheduled to blast off on 11th December, Monday. But due...