• NASA retires its planet-hunting Kepler space telescope
    SpaceNASA retires its planet-hunting Kepler space telescope

    NASA has decided to retire its Kepler space telescope that had run out of fuel needed for further science operations.

  • NASA's Parker spacecraft breaks record, becomes closest man-made objects to Sun
    SpaceNASA's Parker spacecraft breaks record, becomes closest man-made objects to Sun

    NASA's spacecraft, Parker Solar Probe breaks the record by reaching close to the Sun. The US space agency announced that the spacecraft has set a new a new record for becoming the closest human-made object to the scorching Sun. "The spacecraft passed the current record of 26.55 million miles from the Sun's surface on Oct. 29, 2018, at about 1:04 pm EDT (1704 GMT)," said a NASA statement.

  • Mars 2020 parachute sets world record: Read how
    SpaceMars 2020 parachute sets world record: Read how

    Recently, NASA broke the record of the fastest inflation in history of a parachute. Yes, it's about the parachute designed for Mars 2020 mission. The 180 pound parachute has become the talk of town, not just among scientists but also for common people.

  • Marine Scientists capture never seen actions of Dumbo Octopus
    EnvironmentMarine Scientists capture never seen actions of Dumbo Octopus

    The Pacific Ocean is home to adorable marine creatures which are extra-ordinary and exclusive. This time, the marine scientists during the patrolling of Deep Ocean came across the rare view of Dumbo Octopus which is similar to Disney cartoons' octopus. Read the article to know about the best of exploration in the marine world.

  • Japan launches Ibuki 2 to observe greenhouse gases
    SpaceJapan launches Ibuki 2 to observe greenhouse gases

    With the aim to study greenhouse gases and their effects on the earth, Japan has launched a new satellite GOSAT-2. Also known as Ibuki-2, the satellite will survey carbon dioxide and other global warming gases with greater precision than its predecessor.

  • ISRO completes test of Chandrayaan-2, gears up for another Moon mission
    SpaceISRO completes test of Chandrayaan-2, gears up for another Moon mission

    The reputed Indian Space Research Organisation said on Friday, that it has successfully completed a scaled-down test of its Chandrayaan-2 lander. It is likely that India is ready for second moon mission.

  • Mars contains more oxygen-rich water than assumed, says study
    SpaceMars contains more oxygen-rich water than assumed, says study

    A new research reveals that Mars is blessed with good amount of oxygen-rich water than previously thought. The study indicates that the quantity of water could be enough to support aerobic respiration. This new development stands against the traditional beliefs about life in Red planet.

  • NASA spots green colour UFO on Jupiter, sparks debate
    SpaceNASA spots green colour UFO on Jupiter, sparks debate

    Conspiracy theorists have spotted an unknown flying object (UFO) hovering over Jupiter in one of the recently clicked pictures of the planet by NASA. The image is now available on the official website of the US based space research organisation.

  • Now, know about climate changes in 2100, this new app will tell you
    EnvironmentNow, know about climate changes in 2100, this new app will tell you

    The global temperature needs to be controlled until 2030, else the impact will be irreversible and catastrophic. However, common people might not understand how global climate works and changes affect our lives. Therefore, Craig Wallace, a scientist from the University of East Anglia, has developed an app that lets users explore global climate change projections. Now, let's see what does the app has in store for us.

  • 'World's smallest optical gyroscope’ to help drones in 3D space: Know how
    Science News'World's smallest optical gyroscope’ to help drones in 3D space: Know how

    In an attempt to get best of orientations for electronic devices in three-dimensional space, scientists have developed the world's smallest optical gyroscope. It is 500 times smaller than the current state-of-the-art device and is expected to help vehicles, drones, and wearable and handheld electronic devices in 3D space.