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Mars More Earth-Like Than Moon-Like

This is a solidified lava flow over the side of a crater rim of Elysium. CREDIT NASA HiRISE image, David Susko, LSU.

Mars’ mantle may be more complicated than previously thought due to new evidence on its geochemical changes over time in the lava flows of Elysium volcano on Mars surface, found ...

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Sensational Declassified CIA Report Recalls Attack From Alien Humanoids

It was strangely a declassified CIA report on a Russian military unit that was attacked by allegedly alien humanoids whose flying saucer was purportedly shot down by a missile from ...

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NASA to Reveal New Discovery of Something on Exoplanet, Where to Watch Live?

Yes, NASA will hold a news conference tomorrow, Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017, to present its new findings of exoplanets around our closest stellar neighbor, Proxima Centauri, which exhibits similar habitable ...

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European Space Agency Seeks More Tie Ups with ISRO

ISRO launched its PSLV C-37 at 9:28 as scheduled with precision and successfully enroute to loft them in their respective orbits. (ISRO)

The European Space Agency, which had collaborated with ISRO during the Chandrayaan I mission, said it would collaborate more with the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) for future space missions, ...

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ISRO Success of 104 Satellites at One Go Makes UAE Eye for Mars in 100 Years

UAE plans to colonize Mars by 2117 as a small beginning with Nayif-1 deployment was made on Wednesday by ISRO. (Photo courtesy: shekhmohammed.ae)

Forget Dubai, forget the Moon, United Arab Emirates has woken up to set up a future city on Mars riding high on the success of Indian Space Research Organisation’s deployment ...

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Watch Live: ISRO Launches 104 Satellites Today at 9:28 AM

ISRO launched its PSLV C-37 at 9:28 as scheduled with precision and successfully enroute to loft them in their respective orbits. (ISRO)

ISRO launched its workhorse PSLV C-37 today, Wednesday February 15, 2017, at 9:28 in an unprecedented feat of carrying 104 satellites along to minimise the launch cost and emerge as ...

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On Valentine’s Day Cassini Sends Stunning Images of Saturn with Love

Ever since Cassini arrived at Saturn in 2004 for scientific exploration of the planet, it has allure all along for its images of beautiful outer surface of the planet. Now ...

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NASA Mars 2020 Mission to Land Rover on Notheast Syrtis or Jezero crater or Columbia Hills

The three spots are -- Notheast Syrtis, Jezero crater and Columbia Hills -- and one of them will be the landing spot for the next rover which is expected to be a saucer-shaped flying landing object.(Image Credit: NASA)

NASA has finalized three spots for its much-awaited landing of another rover on Mars in July 2020 ahead of a planned manned mission two years later. The three spots are ...

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Meet Ahead of AERO India 2017 Opens in Bangalore

The 11th edition of the Aero India International Seminar, a prelude to the Aero India 2017 was inaugurated on Sunday, February 12, 2017, at Yelahanka in Bengaluru by Dr. V.K. ...

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Earth-Like Dwarf Planet Found by Hubble, German Researchers Upbeat

Artist's concept of Comet-Like Object Falling Toward White Dwarf (NASA)

NASA’s Hubble space telescope found a white dwarf star whose atmosphere has all the ingredients suitable for life and is rich in materials or building blocks for life such as ...

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India Successfully Test Fires Second Exo-Atmospheric Interceptor Missile

On the morning of Saturday, February 11, 2017, India successfully test-fired at 7:45 am an Exo-Atmospheric Interceptor Missile which had intercepted an incoming ballistic missile target off the Bay of ...

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NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft is Back in Operation After Glitch

Artist's impression of NASA's New Horizons spacecraft, en route to a January 2019 encounter with Kuiper Belt object 2014 MU69. Credits: NASA/JHUAPL/SwRI

NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft sent to observe dwarf planet Pluto faced a glitch and went into automatic safe mode to protect itself, suspending its operations briefly. Since the antenna faced ...

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News on Shawna Pandya as NASA’s Next Astronaut Turns Fake

She is Dr. Shawna Pandya, a Canada-based physician, who has turned famous overnight following news repoerts, mostly Indian print media, that she has been chosen for NASA’s 2018 Citizen Science ...

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NASA Spacecraft to Jupiter Juno Makes 4th Successful Flyby, Next on March 27

Cyclones swirl around the south pole, and white oval storms can be seen near the limb -- the apparent edge of the planet -- in this image of Jupiter’s south polar region taken by the JunoCam imager aboard NASA’s Juno spacecraft. Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS

NASA’s Juno mission finished a close flyby of Jupiter on Thursday, Feb. 2, its fourth over Jupiter’s mysterious cloud tops and sent beautiful pictures to Earth. The next flyby will ...

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Chandrayaan II to Test Object Landing on Moon: ISRO Chief

ISRO is planning to land a robot landrover on the Moon in a controlled manner, revealed the space agency Chairman A.S. Kiran Kumar in his inteaction with students on Sunday. ...

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World’s Tiniest MicroHammer Developed to Study Brain Cells During Accident

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Researchers at University of California, Santa Barbara in the US have built what they called a MicroHammer, the world’s tiniest hammer to measure brain cells undergo change during traumatic injuries ...

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Meet Chaitanya Karamchedu, Indian Boy Whose Sea Water Purification Raised Many Eyebrows

What started as just a highschool science experiment has turned Indian American student Chaitanya Karamchedu’s has potential to revolutionize the need to turn salt water into pure drinkable fresh water. ...

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Nuclear Plant at Kavali in AP to Go Ahead as Planned: Minister

The planned nuclear plant near Kavali in Andhra Pradesh to be set up in cooperation with Russia is going as per the plan despite some opposition from the local groups, ...

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Sibling Continent of Ancient Gondwanaland Found Beneath Mauritius: Study

One of the lost continents, probably left untraced after the break up of the super continent Gondwana 200 million years ago was found under the island of Mauritius in the ...

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Why Moon, Earth Share Same Materials?

Resolving a decade-old puzzle on strikingly similar surface features of the Earth and the Moon, scientists have proposed that both were formed from materials that were more similar, holding almost ...

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