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Will Apocalypse strike “again”? It is predicted on 23rd April

Will Apocalypse strike “again”? It is predicted on 23rd April

The world will come to an end this year following an apocalypse on Monday. Conspiracy theories about the end of the world are in the air all the time. Despite an extremely poor track record, people continue to predict apocalypse strikes and clashes that will lead to destruction on our planet. The latest addition to…

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Elon Musk is about to spend half a billion dollars on 3 projects

Elon Musk is about to spend half a billion dollars on 3 projects

The CEO of SpaceX is collecting funds of $500 million to fuel Starlink, World’s Fastest Transportation System, and a Spaceship that will colonize Mars. We all know that Elon Musk is passionate and wants to bring new innovations in different fields of life. His efforts to make humans a multi-planetary species signify this. Latest reports…

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Hubble uncovers the Farthest Star ever seen

Hubble uncovers the Farthest Star ever seen

Scientists have seen Icarus, the farthest star ever seen, through Hubble Space Telescope The Hubble Space Telescope was launched in 1990 by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). It is the most versatile telescope that has ever been sent to space and that’s the reason why it has solved so many mysteries. One of…

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Is the Gravity lower in different parts of the Earth? What is Gravity and how it works?

Is the Gravity lower in different parts of the Earth? What is Gravity and how it works?

Gravity is what holds our world together. There are certain regions in the world where the impact of gravity differs from the rest of the world. Before knowing any more about such places, let’s have a look at what gravity actually is. The scientific definition says that Gravity is the force by which a planet…

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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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What lies beneath Jupiter’s clouds?

What lies beneath Jupiter’s clouds?

What lies beneath Jupiter’s clouds is Breathtaking. Once space exploration became popular, it expanded in every direction. Humans progressed in every direction from Moon to Pluto. We commonly hear terms like the Parallel universe and other galaxies that show the development we have done in this field. It can be safely assumed that all the…

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The Dark Streaks splitting the Mars surface are the Result of a Huge Avalanche of Dust

The Dark Streaks splitting the Mars surface are the Result of a Huge Avalanche of Dust

The continuous surveillance of NASA brings about a new development every few days The interest of people in Mars is increasing day by day. A major reason for this is that scientists are persistent that human life might survive on the Red planet. Following this claim, a lot of effort is being put in to…

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How many Trees and Renewable Energy is needed to revive the Planet?

How many Trees and Renewable Energy is needed to revive the Planet?

Are we meant to leave Earth? Or to save it? Global Warming and Greenhouse Effects are discussed regularly as the cause of climate change and the negative effects they have on human life are alarming. The causes of Earth’s greenhouse effect include water vapors, carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, and the chlorofluorocarbons. Out of all…

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India will Send a Mission to the Moon and its Cheaper than Interstellar Movie

India will Send a Mission to the Moon and its Cheaper than Interstellar Movie

“The space agency is planning to launch Chandrayan-2 Mission around April this year.” MoS PMO Dr. Jitendra Singh said. India had its first mission to Moon in 2008. Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) launched it in October and it operated till August of next year. This mission took Indian space program to a new level…

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How you can get Employed by NASA and how much you’ll be Paid

How you can get Employed by NASA and how much you’ll be Paid

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) was established by Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1958 as an independent agency for a civilian space program. It was also responsible for aeronautics and aerospace research. It was involved with many famous space explorations including Apollo Moon landing and the Shuttle Space. Currently, it is supporting the International…

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A Japanese Company wants to build a Space Elevator by 2050

A Japanese Company wants to build a Space Elevator by 2050

  Rockets will be replaced by Space Elevator by 2050. Space exploration has been a fascinating phenomenon for humans ever since and that’s why more and more money is being invested in this industry. Advancement in technology has lead to the development of newer techniques for exploring space and most of them have improved the…

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The Next Falcon Heavy will carry the Most Powerful Atomic Clock ever launched in Space

The Next Falcon Heavy will carry the Most Powerful Atomic Clock ever launched in Space

First Deep Space Atomic Clock will be sent to outer space through the second flight of Falcon heavy, says NASA. The first launch of Falcon Heavy took place on 6th February from Cape Canaveral, Florida. Despite the fact that one of its core missed the planned landing and smashed in the ocean, the launch was…

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A close-up for Orion Nebula

A close-up for Orion Nebula

What’s lies within the Orion nebula? Combining normal images with infrared, NASA succesfuly created a three-dimensional journey to the Orion nebula with the help of images captured by Huble(visible) and Spitzer(infrared) Space Telescopes. A team at the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, Maryland, and the Caltech/IPAC in Pasadena, California, has produced the best and…

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Substellar Objects in the Orion Nebula found by Hubble

Substellar Objects in the Orion Nebula found by Hubble

NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope have uncovered the largest known population of brown dwarfs sprinkled among newborn stars In an unprecedented deep survey for small, faint objects in the Orion Nebula, researchers not only found several very-low-mass brown dwarf companions, but also three giant planets. They even found an example of binary planets where two planets orbit…

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A Solar Systems Similar to Ours Discovered by NASA

A Solar Systems Similar to Ours Discovered by NASA

  A 8-planet Solar System Discovered Using Artificial Intelligence Using artificial intelligence for new discoveries, NASA scientists and Google engineers discovered eight planets circling a Sun-like star. The agency announced Thursday that the new discovered Solar System could be very similar to ours, the last one not being the only one of its kind in the cosmos.…

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Astronaut Bresnik and Crewmates Return to Earth From ISS

Astronaut Bresnik and Crewmates Return to Earth From ISS

Bresnik and Crewmates Return Safe To Earth From ISS Landing in Kazakhstan after opening a new chapter in the scientific capability of humanity’s premier microgravity laboratory, three crew members who have been living and working aboard the International Space Station returned to Earth on Thursday. NASA confirms that “Expedition 53 Commander Randy Bresnik of NASA and Flight…

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New Findings From NASA’s Dawn Mission at Dwarf Planet Ceres

New Findings From NASA’s Dawn Mission at Dwarf Planet Ceres

Bright Areas on Ceres Suggest Geologic Activity The surface of the dwarf planet Ceres is generally looking quite dark, but with notable exceptions. NASA’s Dawn spacecraft sent back images of hundreds of bright areas that stand out there. Now, scientists have a better sense of how these reflective areas formed and changed over time – processes indicative…

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Can Our Body Suffer After A Long Space Walk?

Can Our Body Suffer After A Long Space Walk?

NASA’s Astronaut Scott Kelly talks about his body changes during his stay on International Space Station. After spending 340 consecutive days onboard the International Space Station, astronaut Scott Kelly returned to Earth on March 1, 2016, becoming the first American to spend almost a year in space. The “Expedition 46 mission” commander’s changes were visible:…

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Astronauts Have Discovered An Alien Body On The International Space Station

Astronauts Have Discovered An Alien Body On The International Space Station

A Russian engineer aboard the ISS announces an unprecedented event. Anton Skaplerov says he has discovered outside the ISS a bacteria that does not come from the Earth. It wasn’t there when the Space Station was launched into the orbit. Is it an alien body? The bacteria was discovered by the astronauts who took samples…

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Voyager 1 Fires Up Thrusters After 37 Years

Voyager 1 Fires Up Thrusters After 37 Years

After 37 years without use, the thrusters of Voyager 1 successfully fired up Wednesday. The only human-made object in interstellar space, the fastest and farthest spacecraft, NASA’s Voyager 1 has been flying for 40 years. But how can it still communicate with Earth? The spacecraft relies on small devices called thrusters to orient itself to our…

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Something Just Came Out Of A Black Hole

Something Just Came Out Of A Black Hole

NASA’s astronomers discovered an unique phenomenon with Markarian 335 Black Hole. Two telescopes for astronomical observation, Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array and NASA’s Explorer missions Swift, have managed to caught a supermassive black hole in the midst of a giant eruption of X-ray light. “This is the first time we have been able to link the…

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