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9 January, 2017

Falcon 9 Rocket Launch Pushed To 14th January, Due To Unsuitable Climate

Falcon 9 Rocket Launch Pushed To 14th January, Due To Unsuitable Climate
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It seems destiny is not supportive to the launch of SpaceX’s much-anticipated rocket, Falcon 9. The rocket which is skipping its launch event because of multiple unexpected reasons once again postponed because of the bad weather. The launch of Flacon 9, which was slated for 8th January alongside 10 next-generation communications satellites, has again pushed
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6 January, 2017

China Successfully Launches Telecommunication Spacecraft Tongxin Jishu Shiyan Weixing (TJSW)-2

China Successfully Launches Telecommunication Spacecraft Tongxin Jishu Shiyan Weixing (TJSW)-2
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After 6 days of New Year 2017 striking the clock, China has commenced its fresh space campaign with the successful launch of a new telecommunication spacecraft on Thursday. Yesterday, on 5th January 2017, the China National Space Administration (CNSA) successfully set its second Tongxin Jishu Shiyan Weixing (TJSW) spacecraft in motion from the Xichang Satellite
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3 January, 2017

NASA’s Cassini Spacecraft Beam Back Spectacular Picture of Saturn’s Northern Region Showering in Sunlight

NASA’s Cassini Spacecraft Beam Back Spectacular Picture of Saturn’s Northern Region Showering in Sunlight
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Cassini, the NASA-powered spacecraft is currently moving closer to its concluding stage and before its close out, the spaceship has beamed back some stunning images of the ringed planet Saturn again. In the images, Cassini captured the stunning views of Saturn’s  North Pole, reflecting the entire northern province of the ringed planet taking bath in
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27 December, 2016

Kolkata Astronomers to Transmit Four-Kg Freight atop Lunar Rover of Team Indus in December 2017

Kolkata Astronomers to Transmit Four-Kg Freight atop Lunar Rover of Team Indus in December 2017
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India has been making deep inroads into the space programming mission because of the dedicated effort of Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO).However, apart from ISRO, a number of private startups are also contributing to this success and growth of India and now a Kolkata-based organization is going to be enlisted in this contribution catalog. For
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26 December, 2016

Scientists concoct most heat resistant material that endures 40000-degree Celsius

Scientists concoct most heat resistant material that endures 40000-degree Celsius
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In a breakthrough, a group of scientists has found a ground-breaking material that can bear up the highest degree of temperature. The group from Imperial College London at the United Kingdom has built up a notable and most astounding warmth resistance material that can withstand the temperature of about 40000-degree Celsius with much effectiveness. This
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22 December, 2016

India’s Team Indus Ties Up with Japan’s Hakuto for Next Lunar Mission

India’s Team Indus Ties Up with Japan’s Hakuto for Next Lunar Mission
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A Bengaluru-based space startup company – TeamIndus – the only Indian team to represent the country in the Google Lunar XPRIZE competition, on Wednesday publicized the report of its partnership with a Japanese space company for the upcoming Lunar mission. In the announcement of the commercial agreement, Team Indus mentioned about its collaboration with Hakuto,
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21 December, 2016

Japanese Spacecraft ERG may discover new approaches to Van Allen Radiation Belts

Japanese Spacecraft ERG may discover new approaches to Van Allen Radiation Belts
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The Japanese spaceship, called Exploration of Energization and Radiation in Geospace Satellite, or ERG successfully took off from Uchinoura Space Center in southern Japan, on 20th December; at 6 am EST (1100 GMT; 8 p.m. local Japan time). The spacecraft is designed to provide the astronomers better understanding about the radiation atmosphere of near-Earth. Yesterday,
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21 December, 2016

NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Detect Toddler Martian Spiders

NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Detect Toddler Martian Spiders
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NASA scientists believe that they have found the infant version of Mars Spider during a satellite survey. Scientists of NASA, using the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO)’s survey reports, have been able to spot the snowballing intensification of erosion-carved troughs which is expected to be the baby versions of larger features called Martian “spiders.” To recall,
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20 December, 2016

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

Cassini image demonstrating an illusion of Mimas crashing into Saturn’s Rings
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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 approach to the rings of Saturn. However, before putting an end to its highly-successful Saturn Mission, the NASA-powered spaceship has beamed back some intriguing images to the earth, which are demonstrating
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