- Is coronavirus a bio-weapon made in China? Answer via science
Novel coronavirus (Covid-19) has thrown the life out of gear in many places across the world; a lot of conspiracy theories are being attached to it, including it may be a bio-weapon used by China against the world. The World Health Organization (WHO) has tagged the situation as a spread of "infodemic" amid COVID-19, which means a lot of information is being shared about the coronavirus and most of it is based on incorrect grounds.
- New scopeUS$10 billion James Webb Space Telescope to change our knowledge of the Cosmos in exact one year
Exactly after one year – on March 30, 2021, the US $10 billion James Webb Space Telescope (JWST or “Webb” for short) has been scheduled to launch on a European Ariane 5 rocket from the Guiana Space Centre to the northwest of Kourou in French Guiana.Covid 19 studyCoronavirus Pandemic: Can Covid-19 infection spread after symptom ends?
Some of the coronavirus patients can be the potential transmitter of the Covid-19 infection even after the symptoms of the disease disappear, found a new study. It has been suggested that the people who have cured of the disease must also remain in the quarantine for some time.New Species FoundPterosaurs: A new species of flying reptiles discovered in Sahara
Researchers from United States and Morocco have discovered a new species of flying reptiles that lived in the Sahara 100 million years ago. The newly found three new species of toothed pterosaurs are believed to be a part of an ancient river ecosystem in Africa.Useful Urine Astronaut's urine likely to be used to create moon bases: Report
NASA, China, and the European Space Agency have plans to build moon bases in upcoming years. The European researchers have found out they the astronaut's urine can be used as a high plasticizer for determining the structures that will be built on the Moon.Air Pollution decreasesCoronavirus lockdowns continue to suppress pollution in European cities
With humans getting locked inside houses, the coronavirus lockdown is leaving some positive signs over European cities, the air pollution at the major cities has plunged to almost 40 per cent during the Covid 19 lockdown, according to a satellite data released by the European Space Agency (ESA).NASA contractSpaceX fetches big NASA contract to fly cargo to the Moon
Last year, NASA had asked out companies who would want to deliver cargo to a proposed station in orbit around the Moon, called the Lunar Gateway. On Friday, NASA notified that SpaceX has won the "Gateway Logistics" contract.NASA on UranusUranus leaking its gas into solar system, shows NASA data
A plasmoid is a bubble of plasma or charged particles. They are normally found at the edge of a planet’s magnetic sleeve and are responsible to pull charged particles out of a planet’s atmosphere into space. In the new observations from the magnetic data of the Voyager 2 flyby it has been found that a plasmoid release was likely during that zigzag, and probable the atmosphere of Uranus, which is gas, could be leaking into space.Asteroid is here390m asteroid set to flyby Earth safely at speeds of 53,000mph
A huge size rock, named Asteroid 2012 XA133, is all set to flyby Earth safely at an approximate speed of 53,000mph tomorrow. It has been on NASA's radar since 2012 at the Centre for Near Earth Object Studies (CNEOS) in California.SpaceUS Space Force begins first national security mission amid coronavirus outbreak
The United States Space Force started its first national security mission on scheduled March 26, 2020 despite coronavirus outbreak in the nation. A hyper-secure military communications satellite has been successfully placed into orbit.SpaceNASA's Perseverance to carry 10.9 million names to Mars this summer
Over 10.9 million names will be sent to Mars after NASA, under "Send Your Name to Mars" campaign, asked people around the world to submit their names to ride aboard the agency's next rover to the Red Planet.EnvironmentGreat Barrier Reef in Australia faces third mass coral bleaching event in five years
Australia's Great Barrier Reef is facing the heat of rising ocean temperatures as it registered the third mass bleaching event in a matter of five years, said authorities on Thursday.SpaceRevealed: Uranus new secrets from old study by NASA's Voyager 2
NASA's Voyager 2 has been deployed to study the outer planets in our solar system and their behavior. Voyager 2 studied Uranus in 1986 and the scientists were going through the findings when they discovered a secret about the planet.SpaceNASA suspends Moon mission amid coronavirus outbreak
NASA has suspended its project on building and testing the rocket and capsule for its Artemis manned mission to the Moon. The decision has been taken due to the rising number of coronavirus cases in the community.EnvironmentOzone layer heals as humans stay indoors amid coronavirus outbreak
A new study suggests the Montreal Protocol - the 1987 agreement to stop producing ozone depleting substances (ODSs) - could be responsible for pausing, or even reversing, some troubling changes in air currents around the Southern Hemisphere.SpaceMoon looks like Saturn in this magnificent photo from Earth
The Moon is one of the most beautiful planets seen from the Earth, they sometimes resemble the beauty of it with the lady of their lives. But today we are going to talk about a magnificent picture of the white planet that has been clicked from Earth.SpaceScientists share tips and tricks to stay in quarantine during coronavirus outbreak
Astronauts take part in space missions with teams of a certain number of people. And the teams are put in a closed place for months in a mandatory environment in space missions. We have seen videos where astronauts have defined their tricks to make use of everything available in a wise manner. In these days when the houses are closed due to coronavirus, we can benefit from the personal methods of astronauts.SpaceAstronomers map out three nearby interstellar gas clouds
With the help of Nobeyama 45-m Radio Telescope in Japan astronomers have map out three nearby molecular clouds: Orion A, Aquila Rift, and Messier 17 (M17).EnvironmentMicrobes found half-a-mile beneath the sea floor
In the latest discovery, scientists have located the microbes thriving thousands of feet beneath the seafloor. The findings have been published in a recent issue of "Nature". Scientists from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) describe how micro-organisms survive in rocks nestled in the lower oceanic crust.
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