- SpaceNASA captures strange image of electric blue clouds
NASA space agency has found the strange ‘electric blue’ clouds floating 50 miles over the poles. The noctilucent clouds or polar mesospheric clouds and are formed from ice crystals and tiny pieces of meteorites.SpaceSpaceX moon trip ticket sold, Japansese billionaire buys all
Possibly, you have missed the chance to tour around the Moon, as Elon Musk's SpaceX have confirmed that all tickets are sold out. A Japanese billionaire, Yusaku Maezawa, has announced that he has bought all the tickets to moon. For now, he is the first private paying customer to ride the company's next-generation rocket to around the lunar space.SpaceNASA discovers Earth-like planets: Is life possible there
NASA's planet-hunting telescope has discovered two earth-like planets beyond our solar system. The orbital telescope has been launched five months ago from Cape Canaveral, Florida and within a short time it has come up with such a big discovery. Now that the earth-like planet has been discovered, the question uproots like if life is possible out there.Environment11 lions found dead in Gir Forest, Gujarat govt orders inquiry
The dead body of 11 lions has been recovered from the Gir National Park in Gujarat. The shocking news has led the state government to order an inquiry. The forest is home to Asiatic Lions. According to 2015 census, there are 106 male, 201 female and 213 sub-adult lions in the wilderness.Science NewsNuclear Pasta is 10 billion times harder than steel, reveals study
Researchers from the institutions in the U.S and Canada have found proof that nuclear pasta beneath the surface of neutrons stars is the strongest material in the universe. The findings have been published in the journal Physical Review Letters.SpaceNASA's GOLD satellite shots first image of Earth's upper atmosphere
The Global-scale Observations of the Limb and Disk (GOLD) of NASA has successfully captured the first image of Earth's upper atmosphere. It's the Earth's ultraviolet atomic oxygen emissions, which is set to explore the dynamic boundary between Earth's atmosphere and space.Science NewsThis robotic skin can turn everyday objects into robots
This would probably be a great discovery by scientists. They have developed an electronic skin that can turn everyday objects including paper balls, animal toys et into robots. Researchers at Yale University in the US have invented the robotic skins which would enable common people to design their own robotic systems.SpaceISRO launches 2 satellites for UK, earns Rs. 200 crore
The Indian Space Research Organisation has made a huge achievement after launching two earth observation satellites for UK. India's PSLV C42 lifted off from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, India's rocket port on the coast of the Bay of Bengal in Andhra Pradesh. It is the 44th launch of Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle and the country has fetched Rs. 200 crore from the British government, for the successful launch of the satellites.SpaceNASA's new website shows impact of space tech on everyday lives
NASA space research organisation has launched an interactive website for users who wants to know the impact of space technology on everyday lives. The user-friendly website allows users to discover common items that the space agency helped improve, such as water purifiers, selfie cameras etc.EnvironmentScientists discovers cafe of white shark in Pacific Ocean
Possibly, a "White Shark Café"! In an attempt to explore the mighty Pacific Ocean, scientists have discovered a giant White Shark between California and Hawaii. The sharks are resting in an area similar to the size of Colorado and the place seems to be hangout zone for this great marine animals. However, researchers are unclear if the sharks are there for food or sex.
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