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5 Key Points about the Landing of the InSight Mission to Mars

5 Key Points about the Landing of the InSight Mission to Mars

InSight will be handy in determining the habitable exoplanets. Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy, and Heat Transport (InSight) is a robotic lander developed by the Lockheed Martin Space Systems with the intentions of examining the interior of Mars. Originally, the launch of the InSight Mission was scheduled for 2016 but it was postponed due…

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The Story of Us

The Story of Us

A new video by Absolute Knowledge is now on! It’s been a long journey until here. Mankind is the result of 13.8 billion years of evolution. This video shows the process of creating, from the big bang, to the future. When we think of 13.8 billion years it may seem an eternity, but in the…

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Huge Ice Volcanoes take place on Ceres Every Year

Huge Ice Volcanoes take place on Ceres Every Year

Researchers from the University of Arizona solved the mystery about the missing mountains of Ceres. Giuseppe Piazzi of the Palermo Astronomical Observatory was the name behind the discovery of Ceres, the first asteroid ever located by astronomers. He made this historic detection on 1st January 1801. At the time of this finding, Ceres was given…

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Is it Possible for Humans to Stay Sane in Space?

Is it Possible for Humans to Stay Sane in Space?

Space Travel is an incredibly hostile experience which can leave an ever-lasting impact on the mind of an astronaut. Space Exploration is the talk of the town these days as more and more missions are reaching the far-off destinations of our universe. All the space agencies of the world including NASA, Roscosmos, China National Space…

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A Brand New Exoplanet Hunter of NASA Captured a Distant Comet

A Brand New Exoplanet Hunter of NASA Captured a Distant Comet

TESS had a good look at the C/2018 N1 even before starting its science operations. The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) of NASA started official operations on 25th July 2018. Right before that, it underwent a final test to check its capabilities which presented a fascinating series of images to the researchers. It captured a…

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New NASA Position to focus on Exploration of Moon, Mars, and Worlds Beyond

New NASA Position to focus on Exploration of Moon, Mars, and Worlds Beyond

NASA wants to focus on their Exploration Campaign as Steve Clarke got the post of the Deputy Associate Administrator for Exploration. The American Space Agency replaced its predecessor in 1958 when President Dwight D. Eisenhower established it for civilian-oriented applications in space science. From Apollo Missions to the International Space Station and from Space Shuttle…

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China is going to Land on the Dark side of the Moon

China is going to Land on the Dark side of the Moon

Humans are on-track for analyzing the far side of Earth’s Moon. Scientists are exploring all parts of our solar system following the advancement of technology. Different missions are being sent to various places like Europa (the moon of Jupiter), Mars, and as far as Pluto. All these missions clearly indicate that humanity wants to search…

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Will Humans eventually become Robots in the Future?

Will Humans eventually become Robots in the Future?

According to Elon Musk, humans must become cyborgs if they want to stay relevant in a future dominated by Artificial Intelligence. The speed of human life has increased many times following the advancement in technology. Robotics have certainly come a long way due to the continuous improvements in Artificial Intelligence. A lot of other assisting…

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How could Aliens detect Life on Earth?

How could Aliens detect Life on Earth?

Aliens have all they need to detect life on Earth as it offers a Gaseous Mixture, transmits Radio Signals, and have a network of Satellites. Humanity has certainly come a long way when it comes to Astronomy. We can explore the farthest reaches of the cosmos through powerful telescopes that are designed specifically for this…

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How much can you resist on other Planets?

How much can you resist on other Planets?

We must value our home planet, Earth because the meanings of life will take a 180o turn once we are in other parts of our solar system. Earth is a beautiful place with abundant supplies of water, breathable atmosphere, and bearable climate. Amazing Landscapes, Breathtaking Sunsets, and Lovely Animals are simply too good to ignore.…

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Russia wants to send people on Mars by 2019

Russia wants to send people on Mars by 2019

Russia comes with a big plan for 2019: Wants to send people on Mars. Russia and United States have quite a long history when it comes to being rivals. From the advancement of warfare equipment to the accomplishment of space exploration, these nations are competing for supremacy over one and another. Both the countries are…

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We have a place on Earth similar to Mars

We have a place on Earth similar to Mars

A place from our Planet is similar to Mars Humans are determined to find signs of life on the Mars. A lot of resources are being spent for fulfillment of this mission. The existence of water on Mars has strengthened the belief of scientists that this is a pretty possible proposition. Another factor that has…

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Why is Falcon Heavy the most Powerful Rocket of all time and why we should use this Technology in the Future?

Why is Falcon Heavy the most Powerful Rocket of all time and why we should use this Technology in the Future?

SpaceX launched Falcon Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida few days ago The rocket carried CEO Elon Musk’s red Tesla Roadster with it into an orbit that goes as far as the asteroid belt. The launch was made from the same pad that was used by Apollo Missions of NASA. It was claimed as the…

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Massive Dust Storms on Mars lead to Water Loss of the Red Planet

Massive Dust Storms on Mars lead to Water Loss of the Red Planet

Does dust storms affect the climate change on Mars? Scientists have been trying to explore life on other planets for many years now, Mars being the hottest contender in this regard. Water is an essential component for the existence of life and that was the reason why our neighbour was chosen. The surface of the…

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How Well Do You Know the Solar System?

How Well Do You Know the Solar System?

If you are passionate about astronomy and the universe, you should know these things. Surely you have not learned all details about our Solar System. Today we will review, with a clip made by the National Geographic team, the most important details about our solar system, which every human should know about. From the center…

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Next Mars Rover Will Have 23 Cameras

Next Mars Rover Will Have 23 Cameras

NASA announces next Mars Rover to Have 23 ‘Eyes’. When NASA’s ‘first rover outside of Earth-Moon system’ Mars Pathfinder arrived on Mars in 1997, it had only five cameras onboard. It’s obvious, until now camera technologies have taken huge steps foward worldwide and, of course, NASA is going to advance. The 2020 Mars mission will…

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Scientists Believe Mars Have Been Colder Longer Than Originally Thought

Scientists Believe Mars Have Been Colder Longer Than Originally Thought

Mars May Have Been Colder Longer Than Originally Thought NASA’s Johnson Space Center lead author Paul Niles, discusses how suflate minerals on Mars, previously indicated a warm past climate, can now tell us more about planet’s extremely cold temperatures. “The scenario described in our paper represents a completely different weathering regime from anything preserved in…

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You Can Send Your Name On Mars

You Can Send Your Name On Mars

If you want your name to reach Mars, now it’s possible! NASA is about to launch a Discovery Program mission that will place a single geophysical lander on Mars to study its deep interior. InSight (Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport) is more than a Mars mission. Understanding the processes that shaped…

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Global Aurora and High Radiation Level on Mars Are Caused by a Massive Solar Storm

Global Aurora and High Radiation Level on Mars Are Caused by a Massive Solar Storm

  An unexpected Massive Solar Storm hit Mars. A solar storm was hitting Mars on September 11, being one of the most unexpected storms recorded until now. It is known that Sun’s magnetic poles flip every 11 years, and the period between these events is known as the solar cycle. On this period the Sun…

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“Living on Mars” for Eight Months Project has reached the end

“Living on Mars” for Eight Months Project has reached the end

After “Living on Mars” for Eight Months, Mission V Subjects Are Coming Home After spending eight months simulating life on Mars on the slopes of the Mauna Loa volcano, four men and two women came back from their Hawaiian habitat on Sept. 17. Mars mission of the NASA-funded HI-SEAS program (Hawaii Space Exploration Analog and Simulation) sent six…

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On Mars It’s Snowing Every Night

On Mars It’s Snowing Every Night

It’s Snowing On Mars! A team of researchers at the National Science Research Center in Paris has conducted a study that provides unexpected details about the Red Planet. The discovery indicates that on Mars is snowing every night. Surely the snow here does not resemble what we can see on Earth every winter. This snowstorm…

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