- #9pm9minutes: This is how India looked from space on Sunday at 9 PM
India came together to light up diyas and candles to show how we all are united in the fight against the novel coronavirus; Prime Minister Narendra Modi had urged the nation to switch off the light for nine minutes at 9 pm on Sunday.
- Super pink moonSupermoon Pink Moon on April 8: How and when to watch the magnificent moon?
Super Pink Moon 2020: The moon is all set to become the gorgeous pink best on April 8 and we cannot wait to watch it while ensuring social distancing and following government guidelines in accordance with the lockdown. Let's talk about who and when can one see the Super Pink moon.Chopper on MarsIIT alumnus develop chopper that will fly over Martian skies
The chopper will be sent to the Mars this summer with NASA's Perseverance rover. The chopper has been parked at at Kennedy Space Center waiting to hitch a ride to the Red Planet this summer.Venus through the PleiadesVenus to meet the Pleiades after eight years on April 3: All you need to know
After eight years, the brightest planet and the best-known open cluster will come together and it will be nothing less than a treat to watch for stargazers on April 3.Evidences foundHubble telescope gives evidence of modest-size black hole in space
The Hubble telescope has given significant evidence for a black hole of an elusive class known as "intermediate-mass". The black holes in the space are known for their destructive behaviour on stars which come close to them.Useful Urine Future astronauts likely to use their urine to build Moon bases: Study
The researchers have been trying ways to find out how material available on the Moon can be utilised to a maximum to build bases. While rocks can be used from the planet, urea present in the urine of astronauts can be used to keep them bound.Solar Storm studyNASA SunRISE mission to study solar storms from the Sun
NASA's new announced mission, called the Sun Radio Interferometer Space Experiment (SunRISE), will be conducting a study on the solar storms created by the sun. NASA has awarded $62.6 million to design, build and launch SunRISE by no earlier than July 1, 2023.Coronavirus at ISSCOVID-19: Astronauts in International Space Station safe from Coronavirus infection
As the world is fighting the coronavirus pandemic, there is a sigh of relief of astronauts on International Space Station. According to the scientists, the highly communicable virus cannot affect the astronauts, thanks to the enhanced safety measures taken by the space agencies.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.SpacePterosaurs: 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.SpaceSpaceX 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.SpaceUranus 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.Space390m 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.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.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.