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New Study Investigates That Saturn’s Moon And Its Nitrogen Bubble

new study investigates that saturn's moon and its nitrogen bubble
Kendra Farnsworth and her colleagues found during a set of experiments designed to help the team understand how compounds like those found on the...

Jeff Bezos-led Blue Origin rocket booster makes record 6th flight

Jeff Bezos-led Blue Origin's rocket booster makes record 6th flight
Jeff Bezos -led Blue Origin has recorded another successful mission for its New Shepard sub-orbital launch vehicle, which is a key step as it...

NASA and ISRO can boost space research via next-gen cloud computing

nasa isro joint project to document imported space data in cloud storage
NASA and space agencies like the Indian Space Research organization (ISRO) that can boost space research via next-gen Cloud computing, a top NASA-JPL official...

ISRO’s ‘Project Netra’ for securing Indian satellites from space debris and...

govt propose 33.3 cr to protest satellite from space debris
The Centre has proposed Rs 33.3 crore for ISRO's 'Project Netra' for securing Indian satellites from space debris and other dangers, according to documents...

Qatar Begins 1st Hot Air Ballon Festival In Doha

qatar begins 1st hot air ballon festival in doha
Attracting more than 3,000 people on the inaugural day, Qatar’s first Hot Air Balloon Festival began yesterday at Aspire Park. “Being held for the...

NASA finds crash site of Indian lunar lander

India's crashed lunar lander site is spotted on the moon
Nasa released an image taken by its Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) that showed the site of the spacecraft’s impact and associated debris field, with...

European Space Agency raises record £12.3 billion

European Space Agency raises record £12.3 billion
Boris Johnson has agreed to increase funding for the European Space Agency by more than 15 per cent, in an attempt to safeguard Britain’s...

Delhi airport is likely to get an ‘air train’ by 2022

Delhi airport may get 'air train' connecting it's terminals by 2022
Delhi airport is likely to get an ‘air train’ by 2022 for seamless movement of passengers between terminals, a source said. “By the time...

SCIENTISTS say they may have found a fifth force of nature

hungarian scientist could win noble prize for 5th force of nature
Scientists at the Institute for Nuclear Research at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Atomki) have posted findings showing what could be an example of that...

‘Fat cat smuggler’ falls foul of Russian airline

Man who smuggled overweight cat into plane cabin stripped of frequent flier status
Russian carrier Aeroflot has stripped a passenger of his air miles for breaching its rules by sneaking his overweight cat aboard a flight. Mikhail...

Drones form Ik Onkar in night sky in Punjab on 550th...

Drones form Ik Onkar in night sky in Punjab on 550th Gurupurab
Drones were used to form ‘Ik Onkar’ at the night sky in Sultanpur Lodhi on the occasion of 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak...

SpaceX sends up 60 mini-satellites with plans for thousands more

SpaceX sends up 60 mini-satellites with plans for thousands more
The private SpaceX company on Monday launched a second set of mini-satellites as it builds a huge constellation of the small orbiting devices aimed...

Nanosatellites transmit 120 Mbps broadband to Arctic in a first

Nanosatellites transmit 120 Mbps broadband to Arctic in a first
Small-satellite startup Kepler has done something never before accomplished with satellite-based broadband connectivity: providing a high-bandwidth to the Arctic. Kepler’s nanosatellites have successfully demonstrated...

Chandrayaan-2 detects noble gas isotope from altitude of 100 km

Chandrayaan-2 detects noble gas isotope from altitude of 100 km
Chandrayaan-2 Orbiter has detected Argon-40 from lunar exosphere through CHACE-2 (Chandrayaan Atmospheric Composition Explorer) payload aboard the spacecraft. ISRO said on Thursday that it...

North Korea launches 2 possible ballistic missiles into sea

North Korea launches 2 possible ballistic missiles into sea
North Korea fired two suspected missiles into the sea between the Korean peninsula and Japan on Thursday, according to military officials in Japan and...

Secretive US military spaceplane lands after record 2 yrs in orbit

Secretive US military spaceplane lands after record 2 yrs in orbit
The secretive test mission for an array of military technologies. The unpiloted X-37B, built by Boeing Co., touched down on an air strip at NASA’s...

First confirmed interstellar comet observed by Hubble Telescope

First confirmed interstellar comet observed by Hubble Telescope
The solar system has another interstellar visitor, but there’s no question of this one being an alien spacecraft. It’s a true comet and the...

Actively finding Vikram Lander, have obtained new pics

Actively finding Vikram Lander, have obtained new pics
NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) has taken a fresh set of pictures under better lighting conditions of the area where the Indian moon lander...

Crops grown in Moon and Mars soil simulant made by NASA

Crops grown in Moon and Mars soil simulant made by NASA
Scientists have produced crops in Mars and lunar soil simulant developed by NASA, supporting the idea that it is possible to grow food on...

NASA prepones first all-female spacewalk over an ISS system failure

NASA prepones 1st all-female spacewalk over an ISS system failure
NASA’s first all-female spacewalk has been rescheduled for Thursday or Friday morning, the space agency announced today. Astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir had been...

Air India faces mass resignation ahead of divestment

Troubled Air India now faces five new hurdles ahead of its divestment
National carrier Air India (AI) is facing mass resignation by the pilots as they are unhappy with their salary and promotion. Around 120 Airbus...

I’m confident Gaganyaan mission will launch by 2022, says Rakesh Sharma

I'm confident Gaganyaan mission will launch by 2022, says Rakesh Sharma
Wing Commander Rakesh Sharma, the first Indian to travel to space, on Thursday said the human interface in the 'Gaganyaan' project makes it a...

NASA launches satellite to explore region where air meets space

NASA launches satellite to explore region where air meets space
NASA launches satellite on Thursday night to explore the mysterious, dynamic region where air meets space. The satellite — called Icon, short for Ionospheric Connection...

Chandrayaan-2 Orbiter payload measures Sun’s X-ray emissions

Chandrayaan-2 Orbiter payload measures Sun's X-ray emissions
The orbiter of Chandrayaan 2, that has been rotating around the Moon, observed a series of small flares from the Sun on September 30. This observation...

Israeli startup successfully grows meat in space for the first time

Israeli startup successfully grows meat in space for the first time
Lab-grown meat has been successfully cultured in space for the first time. The Israeli food technology startup Aleph Farms grew the meat on the...

1st UAE astronaut returns safely from ISS after 128 Earth orbits

1st UAE astronaut returns safely from ISS after 128 Earth orbits
Hazzaa Ali AlMansoori, the first astronaut from the United Arab Emirates (UAE), returned to Earth on Thursday from the International Space Station (ISS) alongside...

Close to finding life on Mars, but world is not ready:...

Close to finding life on Mars, but world is not ready: NASA head scientist
Nasa is close to finding life on Mars but the world is not ready for the “revolutionary” implications of the discovery, the space agency’s...

Elon Musk unveils SpaceX spacecraft that will carry humans to Mars

Elon Musk has unveiled a SpaceX spacecraft designed to carry crew and cargo to the moon, Mars or anywhere else in the solar system...

Astronomers detect a giant planet orbiting a small star

Astronomers detect a giant planet orbiting a small star
Astronomers have discovered a giant planet that, they say, should not exist, according to current theories. The Jupiter-like world is unusually large compared with its...

Russia to train 12 astronauts for Gaganyaan mission: ISRO chief

Russia to train 12 astronauts for Gaganyaan mission: ISRO chief
After Chandrayaan-2 Moon mission, the ISRO is gearing up for Gaganyaan — India’s manned mission to space. Yes, you read it right. ISRO Chief...
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