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Cosmic junkyard is what surrounds Earth’s orbiting

Our blue planet looks gorgeous. Satellite from all decades has captured beautiful pictures of Earth. But what surrounds our blue planet is more to a horror. Scientists have found that Earth's orbiting is surrounded...

China’s new satellite to get launched through airplanes

After USA's incredible satellite-delivery rocket, China is planning to launch its very own satellite-delivery rocket through aeroplanes. The USA was the first country to launch air-launched space mission satellite-delivery rocket in 1990. Former Orbital Sciences Corp...
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NASA to make human colonisation possible on Mars

Since decades, NASA scientists have been busy finding tracing of life on Mars. Finally, one of the scientists from NASA have some incredible facts that can make human colonisation possible on Mars Let's see how. Initially,...
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Volkswagen emission scandal will cause 1200 premature deaths in Europe

Due to the excess discharge of noxious gases from Volkswagen cars, it is estimated that it will soon cause premature deaths of 1200 Europeans in Europe. Volkswagen cars that were scientifically designed to appear to...

Unique color theme of panda bear discovered

Panda bear is one of the rare and most famous animals in the world today. But have you ever wondered why panda bear is always black and white in colour? The fact of Panda's colour...

New galaxy found by Hubble space telescope

Recently, Hubble space telescope has found out some traces of a new galaxy which is only 400 million light-years away from Earth. Scientists named this massive galaxy as UGC-12591. Hubble space telescope captured an image...

NASA’s spacecraft avoided massive collision with Moon’s probe

NASA's spacecraft, Mars orbiting- MAVEN, in a recent rare event was planned to perform an avoid in turn in the head-on collision with Moon's probe. This unique event is named as crater-filled Moon Phobos. The...

Get to know about NASA’s latest range of softwares

On Thursday, March 2nd, 2017, NASA launched its latest range of software for the year 2017-2018, which can be useful for you, even if you are not a part of any Mars mission. NASA's latest...

Robotic spacecraft to sun- will NASA make it possible?

According to the recent reports by NASA's official channel, it is planning to send a robotic spacecraft to Sun by the end of next year. NASA's first ever robotic spacecraft to Sun will travel...

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