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NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Detect Toddler Martian Spiders

NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Detect Toddler Martian Spiders

NASA scientists believe that they have found the infant version of Mars Spider during a satellite survey. Scientists of NASA, using the Mars Reconnaissance...
2016 to set the record of warmest year, warns NOAA

2016 to set the record of warmest year, warns NOAA

In less than two weeks, 2016 is going to set a new record of being the hottest year of the world after 120 years,...
Underwater Robot Spot a Multicolored World under Antarctica’s Sea Ice

Underwater Robot Spot a Multicolored World under Antarctica’s Sea Ice

A video captured by a remote-control camera has shown a stunning marine community below the freezing ice sheets of Antarctica Ocean, a discovery which...
Japan’s upgraded Epsilon booster that will study Genesis of Geomagnetic Storms to take-off Today

Japan’s upgraded Epsilon booster that will study Genesis of Geomagnetic Storms to take-off Today

Japan's small-class space launcher Epsilon Booster together with one satellite is gearing up to take off today from Uchinoura Space Center. On Tuesday, the...
Scientist urges for commercialization of Hydroelectricity for cheaper source of electrical energy

Scientists urge for commercialization of Hydroelectricity for cheaper source of electrical energy

It has been multiple decades to the invention of hydroelectricity. But till now, the complete commercialization of the innovation is far-flung from the market....
Ancient footprints of our ancestors suggest they were extremely tall

Ancient footprints of our ancestors suggest they were extremely tall

Ancient human beings are likely to have a royal figure with at least 5.5-feet tall, 45kg weight, and a harem – scientists have discovered...
Arctic lake ice is thawing one day earlier annually, warns study

Arctic lake ice is thawing one day earlier annually, warns study

The impact of climate change and global warming is affecting multiple sectors of the world, especially the ocean level and ice sheets of Polar...
Cassini image demonstrating an illusion of Mimas crashing into Saturn’s Rings

Cassini image demonstrating an illusion of Mimas crashing into Saturn’s Rings

Cassini, after completing its first ring-grazing event earlier a week, is moving towards a graceful climax in 2017 and is currently taking closest flyby...
A Massive ‘Dead Zone’ Detected In Bay of Bengal is Likely To Shook Up Aquatic Lives

A Massive ‘Dead Zone’ Detected In Bay of Bengal is Likely To Shook Up...

“Dead Zones”, which are usually found off the western coastal of North and South America, Namibia and off the West shoreline of India in...

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