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Carrington-Like Solar Storm May Hit Earth Causing $41.5 Billion Daily Financial Losses for the US

New Catalyst Can Convert Carbon Dioxide into Methane Gas via Solar Energy

The latest discovery from Australian scientists can replace the applications of fossil fuel as it can convert carbon dioxide into methane gas using solar energy. As the sources of recyclable energy are quite restricted and...
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NASA Defy Anonymous Video, Says “No Announcements about Alien Life”

There are no further declarations to make about the detection of extraterrestrial life, confirmed a spokesperson for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), while complete defying the anonymous video and relentless media reports...
Saturn Rings captured by Cassini Spacecraft

NASA’s Cassini Spacecraft Beams Back Stunning View of Black Bands across Saturn’s Forefront

NASA’s iconic Cassini mission that is currently conducting a series of courageous ring-grazing dives as the mission is inching closer to a historic end in September has beamed back a spectacular view of the...
SpaceX DoubleHeader

SpaceX Launches First Of Two Rapid-Fire Weekend ‘Doubleheader’ Rockets

In a path-breaking doubleheader mission that marked the second launch of a recycled first stage of the Falcon 9 rocket, the US-based SpaceX has successfully set out a Bulgarian communications satellite to orbit Friday. Billionaire...

NASA Team Publishes Profile of “219 Aspirant Planets” Discovered By Kepler Space Telescope

NASA’s iconic Kepler Space Telescope, which has been there in an Earth-trailing heliocentric orbit since March 7, 2009, and keeping an eye on the celestial activities for discovering the potential Earth-sized planets, has successfully...

Possibility of life on Saturn’s Moon Enceladus

NASA's project, Cassini Telescope is solely dedicated to fid out happenings of Saturn and its Moons. Recently, Cassini is totally engrossed in finding more about Saturn's sixth largest Moon Enceladus. Enceladus is the icy Moon...
warm Neptune

Warm Neptune forms watery structures, indicating exoplanet formation

The distant planet warm Neptune is observed to form a distant exoplanet which is situated 437 light years away from the planet and is capable of shredding lights to the stars in different ways. Often...
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A blood shredded dead body of a living species found in Indonesia

Recently, a massive shaped dead body of nobody knows what washed the shores of Indonesia's Island of Seram. This water body has always been a mysterious one. The unusual disappearance of Barunda triangle, the...
Baby Louie

The infant Dinosaur Baby Louie finally bags a name for itself

Remember 1996 when the National Geographic channel made the little dinosaur infant, Baby Louie a 66 million years old child star of the world? Yes, we all do and today we will tell how...

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