• 12 new moons around Jupiter discovered: Some must-know facts
    Space12 new moons around Jupiter discovered: Some must-know facts

    Indeed a big news for science lovers globally! Astronomers have discovered a dozen of new moons circling the planet Jupiter. After this discovery, the total count of Jupiter's moons has reached 79.

  • Total lunar eclipse, blood moon on July 27: Countdown begins
    Science NewsTotal lunar eclipse, blood moon on July 27: Countdown begins

    Stargazers, be ready to watch the million dollar celestial event to take place on July 27. Yes, the countdown has begun for the century longest lunar eclipse when the heavenly moon will turn into blood moon. The Moon will disappear into the Earth's darkest shadow, known as Umbra.

  • Dinosaurs more alert of calorie than humans, reveals a new study
    EnvironmentDinosaurs more alert of calorie than humans, reveals a new study

    Dinosaurs that lived 150 million years had become an interesting topic of research today. From their way of feeding to moving, this giant herbivore creature had unique style of leading their lives. A recent study claims that the vegetables consumed dinosaurs had a higher nutritional value than that is consumed today in the 21st century. Researchers have calculated the nutritional value of herbivore dinosaurs' diet by growing their food in environmental conditions that existed million of years ago.

  • ISRO successfully test Vikas Engine Rocket from Tamil Nadu's Tirunelveli
    Science NewsISRO successfully test Vikas Engine Rocket from Tamil Nadu's Tirunelveli

    ISRO has successfully conducted a ground test of its high power version of the Vikas Engine that would progress the payload capability of the space agency’s launch vehicles.

  • NASA's Juno spacecraft finds volcano on Jupiter's moon Io
    SpaceNASA's Juno spacecraft finds volcano on Jupiter's moon Io

    A major breakthrough came from NASA when scientists discovered a volcano close to the south pole of Jupiter’s moon Io, using data collected by the agency’s Juno spacecraft. The infrared data were gathered in December 2017, when Juno was about 470,000 kilometres away from the moon, using its Jovian InfraRed Auroral Mapper (JIRAM) instrument.

  • South Africa launches world's largest radio telescope, "MeerKAT"
    SpaceSouth Africa launches world's largest radio telescope, "MeerKAT"

    South Africa has launched a 64-dish largest radio telescope in Carnarvon in the Northern Cape. Named as “MeerKAT”, it is believed to be the world's largest radio telescope of its kind. The device has been initiated by South Africa’s Deputy President David Mabuza

  • New Zealand scientists invent first-ever colour X-ray technology
    Science NewsNew Zealand scientists invent first-ever colour X-ray technology

    In a major development in the field of medical science, New Zealand scientists have introduced the first-ever 3-D, colour X-ray on a human, using a technique that assures to improve the field of medical diagnostics, said Europe's CERN physics lab which add to imaging technology.

  • NASA finds 'spiders' crawling on Mars
    SpaceNASA finds 'spiders' crawling on Mars

    Spiders on the Mars sound amazing. Isn’t it! NASA finds spiders crawling across the Mars landscape but don’t worry, they won’t bite you. This might have been David Bowie's backing band here on Earth, but the term has a total different meaning when we link it with the Red Planet.

  • Strange double asteroid discovered by world largest radio telescope: NASA
    SpaceStrange double asteroid discovered by world largest radio telescope: NASA

    The world’s largest radio telescope reveals that an asteroid discovered last year is actually two objects, each about 900 metres in size and orbiting each other. Scientist discovered the asteroid 2017 YE5 with observations provided by the Morocco Oukaimeden Sky Survey in December last year. But, they were unknown about the physical properties of asteroid until the end of June, NASA mentioned in a statement.

  • Ghost dunes may hint life of microbes on Mars, say scientists
    SpaceGhost dunes may hint life of microbes on Mars, say scientists

    Mars has been the planet of mystery for scientists since ages. In an attempt to understand the Red planet, scientists now feel that the ancient formations on Mars may lead to microbes. The crescent shaped strange ‘ghost dunes’ appearing on the surface of the planet could certainly reveal hints on the possibility of ancient microbial life.