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ISRO to Launch 100 Foreign, 3 Indian Satellites in February

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is all set to launch 103 satellites, 100 of them foreign, in one go aboard the rocket PSLV-C37, which will be placed in their respective ...

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SPACE X Falcon 9 Rocket to Release 10 Satellites for Iridium

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket will release 10 satellites in low-Earth orbit for Iridium, a global leader in mobile voice and data satellite communications, with a mandate to release 60 more ...

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Gondwana Isolation Refuted with Surat Coalmine Insect Fossils Similar to Europe

Gondwana land or Indian subcontinent remained isolated for 30 million years before thrusting itself north to give rise to Himalayas — is not a theory in tact but there are ...

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Indian-Origin Scientist Solves 10-year-old Mystery Over Fast Radio Busts From Universe

An Indian-origin scientist and his team from Cornell University found the origin of mysterious busts of radio waves from the cosmological source to more than 3 billion light-years away. The ...

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DRDO Tests Successfully Smart Anti-Airfield Weapon (SAAW), Matches US Capabilities

The Defence and Research Development Organization (DRDO) has successfully flight tested the Smart Anti-Airfield Weapon (SAAW), from an Indian Air Force (IAF) aircraft to fire at ground level targets with ...

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Scientists Unravel Mystery Behind Metallic sound coming from the Mariana Trench

After months of speculation, scientists have finally identified the most likely source of a creepy audio recording from the deepest part of the ocean. According to a new study, the ...

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ISRO Adds Human Angle to Space Missions, Taking Cue From ‘MARTIAN’ Film

Beyond man launch in next mission, Indian Space Research Organisations (ISRO) is also contemplating the mechanism to rescue its astronauts in case of mid-space abortion of a mission. In case ...

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Large Hadron Collider (LHC) Last Run Fails to Recreate 2012 Results

CERN on Monday ran for the last time the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the world’s largest particle accelerator, housed underground near the France-Switzerland border near Geneva, which ran since May ...

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Meet Thanu Padmanabhan, Winner of Dark Energy Challenge and a Fancy Lamp

Pune-based physicist Thanu Padmanabhan propounded the theory that dark energy in cosmology is the root cause of accelerated expansion of the universe and threw a challenge to peers to prove ...

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Why Did Evolution Puzzle Newton? New Model Explains Mating Selection

Why do some animals have showy ornaments such as deer antlers, peacock feathers and horns on dung beetles? Charles Darwin couldn’t figure it out, but now a Northwestern University research ...

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It’s a bird… It’s a plane… It’s the tiniest asteroid! – Indian Origin Scientist

Astronomers have obtained observations of the smallest asteroid ever characterized in detail. At 2 meters (6 feet) in diameter, the tiny space rock is small enough to be straddled by ...

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Coldest Decade of Millennium 1430s Saw Famine, Disease and More

While searching through historical archives to find out more about the 15th-century climate of what is now Belgium, northern France, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands, Chantal Camenisch noticed something odd. “I ...

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India Signs Ocean Exploration Pact, to Match China in Indian Ocean Seabed Exploration

After protesting China’s exploration of seabed in its vicinity and seabed, India has signed a pact with International Seabed Authority for Exploration of Polymetallic Sulphides in Indian Ocean on 26th ...

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Meteorites Show Evicence of Lasting Drought on Mars

  The lack of liquid water on the surface of Mars today has been demonstrated by new evidence in the form of meteorites on the Red Planet examined by an ...

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Reduce Weight by Adding Canola Oil in Diet Daily

Including canola oil in a healthy diet may help reduce abdominal fat in as little as four weeks, according to health researchers. “Visceral, or abdominal, fat increases the risk for ...

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Ancient Burials Show Traces of Blood Feuds

Funerals in the Sonoran Desert thousands of years ago were similar to what they are today. Bodies of the deceased were buried respectfully, while families and mourners followed certain customs ...

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Future Fuel is from Sewage, Unfolds New Technology

It may sound weird but wastewater treatment plants across the world may one day turn ordinary sewage into biocrude oil, said new research at the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest ...

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SLAC Helps NASA Develop Printable Electronics for Mars Mission

Plans begin decades in advance for a tremendous effort such as the first manned mission to Mars. The details are as fine – and essential – as how astronauts will ...

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Hitler’s Treasure Hunter Found in Tact in Arctic Ice (Video)

Scientists have unearthed a secret Nazi base code-named ‘Treasure Hunter’ on Alexandra Land in the Arctic Circle built on diktats of German dictator Adolf Hitler about 1,000 km from the ...

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India Welcomes Landmark Carbon Pact by 200 Nations at Kigali

India welcomed the Hydroflurocarbon (HFC) Amendment to the Montreal Protocol, agreed to at the 28th Meeting of Parties at Kigali, Rwanda in a move to make climate change talks more ...

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