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Thomas Pesquet tweets stunning mountains-view from Nasa's Expedition 50

Nasa astronaut Thomas Pesquet tweets stunning mountains-view from Expedition 50

Thomas Pesquet, the French aerospace engineer-pilot-astronaut of European Space Agency knows well how to keep the social media and space enthusiastic in high spirits....
Saturn's moon ' Pandora'

NASA’s Cassini beamed back proximal and highest-resolution snaps of Saturn’s moon...

Cassini, the unmanned robotic spacecraft of NASA, which is orbiting planet Saturn since 1997, has beamed back some stunning close-up images of Pandora, the...
NASA’s Space Laser Sensor CALIOP Beamed Back First Boom-And-Bust Cycles of Polar Phytoplankton

NASA’s space laser sensor CALIOP beams back first Boom-And-Bust cycles of...

NASA’s Space Laser Sensor which is orbiting the earth to assist the scientists in getting a better understanding of plankton boom-bust cycles has beamed...
ISRO shares seven space-view pictures of Indian cities captured by Resourcesat-2A

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...
Universe's Largest Superclusters of Galaxies Espied Next To Milky Way

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...
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...

A Bengaluru-based space startup company - TeamIndus - the only Indian team to represent the country in the Google Lunar XPRIZE competition, on Wednesday...
Boyajian's Star Befogging Its Brightness; Mystery Is Still Unanswered By Astronomers

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...
China kicks off its first carbon dioxide detection satellite 'TanSat' today

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

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

The Japanese spaceship, called Exploration of Energization and Radiation in Geospace Satellite, or ERG successfully took off from Uchinoura Space Center in southern Japan,...