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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...
A stellar-mass black hole in orbit with a companion star located about 6,000 light years from Earth.

A group of scientists from the University of Waterloo has come up with a new method which can identify ten unknown black holes per year. With the help of the newly invented trick, the...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...