27 Feb, 2024
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ISRO shares seven space-view pictures of Indian cities captured by Resourcesat-2A

Resourcesat-2A, the eighth remote sensing satellite of ISRO has successfully beamed back seven stunning images of Indian cities, which were published on the website of ISRO on Wednesday. The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) on Wednesday published a set fo seven eye-catching views of some Indian cities captured by the country’s seventh remote sensing satellite […]

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ISS is detectable from Mumbai’s night skies: Here are 8 things everyone should know

NASA’s biggest habitable artificial satellite – International Space Station (ISS) these days is visible from the night skies of Mumbai. As declared by NASA, ISS is visible through naked eyes in the skies of Mumbai, from yesterday and the optical phenomenon will go for two more days. The first preview of ISS, while crossing Earth’s […]

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Astronomers discover largest superclusters of galaxies next to Milky Way

The Milky Way – which houses our solar system was previously believed to be alone. But now, a new discovery has come to forefront raising some serious questions on this long-established belief. A group of international astronomers recently have discovered the largest superclusters of galaxies close to the Milky Way, a finding which can lead […]

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

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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Boyajian’s Star Befogging Its Brightness; Mystery Is Still Unanswered By Astronomers

The best example of advanced alien life can not be explained much better than the mysterious Boyajian’s star, “KIC 8462852”, revealed the recently conducted study which was monitoring the star since last 15 months. The study indicated that the astronomers and scientists have to work harder and in more creative ways to solve the mystery […]

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Momentous usper volcano in Naples is swirling as 500,000 are under threat

After around 500 years of idleness, a sleeping Campi Flegrei volcano of liquid magma under the Italian city of Naples hints to be “stirring again” and is expected to in the closest approach to the highest pressure point, a study published on Thursday revealed. With the study report, the possibility of Italian City to again […]

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Science Wonder: Scientists Formulate Sun-Powered Artificial Leaf for Drugs Manufacturing

Formulating and manufacturing life-saving ‘Drug’ is a matter of big factories and million dollars worth of instruments. But now, a group of researchers has developed a more convenient and easy way to manufacture medicines anytime and anywhere. Scientists from the Netherlands have invented a competent and powerful, yet simple method which can act as mini-factory […]

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China kicks off its first carbon dioxide detection satellite ‘TanSat’ today

In order to detect and monitor the emission and impact of carbon dioxide, China, has successfully launch its first minisatellite to space. Today, on 22nd December 2016, China’s first-of-its-kind global carbon dioxide detection and monitoring space probe took off from the ground-based launcher in order to understand the changes in climatic patterns. The satellite named […]

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Ecological honor to Barak Obama: New Coral-Reef Fish Species is named as “Tosanoides Obama”

A new species of fish discovered from Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument, located at the United States of America is named in the honor of former president of USA, Mr. Barak Obama. When scientists first discovered this new fish creature, they were shocked to find a distinctive and multicolored mark near the tail of the fish. […]