- SpaceNASA finds water molecules moving on Moon surface
NASA's highly engineered spacecraft Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) has recorded water molecules moving around the day side of the Moon. This important discovery may be beneficial for the agency to plan a trip to lunar surface.EnvironmentNASA alert: Asteroid 2019 DN to scan Earth at 16000mph
NASA, the US-based space agency has warned that an asteroid named 2019 DN, also known as Near Earth Object (NEO) will scan Earth today, March 8. The space agency has located the asteroid through its advanced tech. NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory researchers have predicted that closest approach will occur at 4:19 pm GMT.SpaceWomen's Day special: NASA to conduct all-women spacewalk on March 29
Happy International Women's Day! To honour women across the globe, NASA has planned to carry out first-all women spacewalk this month. If everything goes as per plan, then on March 29, astronauts aboard the International Space Station will conduct the first all-female spacewalk. Anne McClain and Christina Koch will venture out together about 240 miles above Earth and make history.EnvironmentStrange sea creature with no eyes; social media calls 'baby alien'
The sea is home to strange creatures which, quite often, knock our grey cell. Lately, an Australian fisherman has captured a rare fish with no eyes and sharp teeth. And, the picture of this mysterious sea creature has gone viral on social media. Guardian reports that Andrew Rose was fishing in the Northern Territory's Kakadu National Park when he caught the 15 cm-long fish.SpaceFirst exoplanet spotted by NASA's Kepler finally confirmed
It’s been ten years that NASA's Kepler space telescope has discovered the first exoplanet but then scientists globally could not accept its existence. And, now, finally, the exoplanet has been confirmed ad a real world.SpaceIsraeli spacecraft sent first selfie on the way to moon mission; more signals to come
An Israeli spacecraft which is on its mission to moon has sent its first selfie back to Earth, mission chief confirms. The selfie image shows a part of the Beresheet spacecraft with Earth.Science NewsWorld oldest tattoo tool found in North America
The trend of tattoo has been there in the world since time immemorial. Lately, archeologists have discovered the oldest tattoo tool which dates back to nearly 2,000 years ago. Experts say that it is the ancient tool used in western North America.SpaceSpaceX Crew Dragon Capsule: All you need to know
The America- based SpaceX team might be partying around as it is for the first time that the new Crew Dragon capsule has successfully docked to the International Space Station (ISS). The capsule has reached ISS on Sunday, marking its second milestone in just over a day. Scientists have achieved a new milestone and it is worth informing all that we know about the new SpaceX Crew Dragon Capsule. Just take a look at the mentioned below information:SpaceSpaceX Crew Dragon Capsule successfully docks with International Space Station
In a major achievement for SpaceX, Crew Dragon Capsule successfully docked on the International Space Station (ISS), passing the demonstration test before it starts transporting astronauts into space.SpaceDecoded: NASA discovers how Moon got 'sunburns' swirls
The US-based NASA has discovered that the Moons 'sunburns are a result of interactions between the Sun's damaging radiation with lunar magnetic field. One must know that every object, planet or person travelling through space has to contend with the Sun's damaging radiation. Therefore, the lunar swirls could be the result of solar wind interactions with the Moon's isolated pockets of magnetic field.