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Are asteroids the greatest challenge of humanity?

Paris: Earth has been hit by space rocks a number of times that have resulted in many things right from innocuous splash in the...

Black Holes Happen to Orbit in each Other

Around 750 million of light years from the atmosphere Earth is a huge, expanding galaxy with gigantic black holes at the center. These can...
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Your decaffeinated tea and coffee can cause the ozone layer to get...

According to the latest research, the chemical that is used in the decaffeination process of the coffees and teas and in the preparation of...
Cold and Darkness Following Earth-Asteroid Collision Contributes Mass Extinction of Dinosaur

Laser-stimulated Fluorescence: Detailed impression of dinosaurs revealed

In a breakthrough involving the dinosaurs, a team of scientists and paleontologists have found new details to the dinosaur flesh. So far, everything we...

Mangalyaan Pulls Off 1000 Successful Earth Days around Mars

The maiden interplanetary voyager of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) – the Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM), which was launched on November 5th, 2013,...

NASA’s Terrier-Improved Malemute Sounding Rocket to Create Artificial Clouds in Space Tonight

After delaying multiple times, NASA’s ambitious Terrier-Improved Malemute Sounding Rocket is all set to create colourful artificial clouds in space tonight, confirmed an official...
Arctic lake ice is thawing one day earlier annually, warns study

Scientists to Visit Greenland’s Remote Region for Monitoring Pace of Ice Melt around US...

A team of international scientists is busy in planning a long-term expedition to the remote northwest of Greenland for finding out the pace at...

European Space Agency’s PLATO Mission Just Received Green Light for Hunting Exoplanets & Alien...

The PLATO mission of the European Space Agency, which is intended for hunting the possibility of extraterrestrial lives as well as habitable exoplanets, has...

NASA Tests Effectiveness of Flexible Solar Array on ISS

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), in a first-of-its-kind bid to develop renewable power solution for its future spacecraft and satellites, has been...

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