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US Air Force Classified X-37B Space Plane Returns After 2-Year Surveillance Mission

The US defense classified X-37B space plane woke up Florida residents when it touched down on Sunday at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center after a secret two-year mission. The robust unmanned ...

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Attempt for NEET Limited to 3; NEET-2017 to be Counted as First

CBSE will be conducting NEET (UG) on 7th May, 2017 and it will be considered the first attempt and a maximum of three attempts will be allowed per candidate for ...

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ISRO to Launch Mini Space Shuttle Today to Test Reusable Rocket Technology

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As NASA has shelved its space shuttles in varsities and museums in lieu of bigger and deep-space shuttles under design, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is all set to test ...

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Silica Aerogel: Will Siachen Woes End for Our Soldiers Now?

Our soldiers guard our borders in the world’s highest peaks at Siachen braving the freezing cold weather and avalanches which submerge most of them fatally. With the incident of recent ...

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Bitcoin Acceptance Triggers Digital Wallets and Mobile Payments

Mobile payments and digital currencies have vast potential to improve consumer spending as a wide range of technology and digital products are introduced into the market. With new & improved ...

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Japanese Scientists Develop World’s Largest Petawatt Laser That Emits 2,000 Trillion Watts Output

Osaka-based Institute of Laser Engineering (ILE) of Osaka University has developed a Petawatt laser “LFEX” to deliver up to 2,000 trillion watts in the duration of one trillionth of one ...

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Carrot-Based Nanofibres Useful for Helmets, Find Researchers

Imagine carrot waste fibers used in manufacturing helmets. A new multi-perspective application selection (MPAS) method developed at Empa has identifed the bio-degradable wster for industrial use from the ecological aspect ...

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NASA Climate Challenge: Create Apps, Help US Cope, Win Prizes

With the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), NASA has offered $35,000 in prizes to create apps which use US climate data. The contest, called the Climate Resilience Data Challenge offers prizes ...

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