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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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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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Watch Rare Celestial ‘Fab-Five’ Planets’ Congregation in Sky Tonight

After almost one decade, a rare celestial congregation of five planets — Saturn, Mars, Jupiter, Mercury and Venus will be visible to naked eye in the sky and more prominent ...

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Floating City on Mars? UFO Theorists Blame NASA for Hiding Truth of ‘Alien City’

Alien theorists and UFO afficianados are at it again blaming NASA for cover up by placing merely a miniscule 4kb image on its official website when all other images run ...

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Matt Damon in ‘Martian’ Reflects NASA Quest to Grow Food on Red Planet

What are the prospects of growing plants and edible greenery on Mars, where the hero of Hollywood film “The Martian” grows potato for survival? As NASA inputs into making the ...

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Matt Damon Left Footprint on Microfinance Before ‘Martian’

Matt damon, the lead actor in the film ‘The Martian’ was not new to charity and microfinance sector as his non-profit Water.org was known for its funding of many project ...

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ISRO: Mars Orbiter Mangalyaan to Last for Many More Years

As India and ISRO celebrate the first anniversary of successfully entering the Mars Orbit a year ago on September 24, 2014, ISRO said it is preparing to release an atlas ...

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Forget Mars Visit Dream, Send Your Name in Nasa’s Next Mission for Now

NASA's next mission to Mars, the InSight lander, will study the deep interior of Mars to advance understanding of the early history of all rocky planets, including Earth. Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

Do you wish to send your name on a mission to Mars? So the deadline(8th September, Tuesday)  is nearing as NASA is inviting space enthusiasts to send in their names ...

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Forget Going to Mars Yourself, Send Your Name for Now!

Going to Mars could be the dream of many and private operators are moving in the direction but for those who cannot dream of the adventure, NASA has given a ...

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NASA to Prepare Drones to Study Moon and Mars

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The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) have taken an important step in their endeavor to delve into studying Moon and Mars with their development of drones. Engineers from the ...

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Spaceflight Elevates Risk of Gut Diseases, Reveals New Study

Flying high is everybody’s dream in life. However, only astronauts live this dream in its ultimate form with the journey never stopping. While spaceflight has its own perks, sometimes it ...

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Cave Crab on Mars? Blame it on Pareidolia Phenomenon

An image sent by the Mars rover Curiosity has raised enough curiosity among the alien life believers that the Mars Cave Crab points out life structures in ancient Mars planet. ...

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Curiosity rover finds Earth-like ‘Continental Crust’ on Mars

NASA’s Curiosity rover found Earth-like rocks on Mars for the first time showing granitic continental crust. The ChemCam laser instrument on NASA’s Curiosity rover found it when it turned the ...

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ISRO’s PSLV C28 / DMC3 Update: All Set For Tonight’s Launch of India’s Heaviest Satellite

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is all set for tonight’s launch of PSLV C28 cayying the heaviest ever commercial payload of five satellites, including three DMC3 earth observation satellites of ...

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Opal on Earth with Microbes Serves as Evidence of Alien Life on Mars, say Scientists

A gem stone found Earth has indicated the evidence of life on Mars, unbelievable it may be, but scientists have discovered the gem stone called opal may serve as evidence ...

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ISRO’s Heaviest Satellite Mission for SSTL, UK with PSLV-C28 to Lift Off on July 10 (Full Path)

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is all set for its heaviest ever commercial mission on Friday, July 10. 2015 catering the Surrey Satellite Technology Limited of the UK carrying its ...

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Life Might Have Existed on Mars But How to Prove it? Experts Ponder New Techniques

Life might have existed on Mars once but finding it out is a tough tsk ahead for US geologists Alison Olcott Marshall and her husband Craig. Alison, an expert on ...

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NASA Plans to Produce Oxygen on Mars from 2020, Ahead of Manned 2030 Mission

Ahead of its ambitious manned Mars mission, NASA is working on producing oxygen from bacteria and algae in view of recent findings of carbon materials which may point to ancient ...

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NASA Turns Traffic Police on Mars to Stop Collision of MAVEN with India’s Mangalyaan, Other 3

US space agency NASA has begun the process of monitoring the orbit paths of its own MAVEN, India’s Mangalyaan, European Mars Express, its own old redundant missions to avoid collision ...

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E-solar wind sail for cheap flight to and fro Mars possible in future

Imagine an electric solar wind sail to and from Mars and refueling the launch vehicle mid-air on Mars orbit, thanks to E-sail technology that is a novel propellant-less technolgy. The new ...

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