• These Earth-like planets could be our new homes
    SpaceThese Earth-like planets could be our new homes

    Imagine a life outside the blue planet, Earth, where there is no sunrise, no sunset! Well, we cannot but astronomers have some different words to say. They believe that most of the planets in our galaxy that have Earth-like temperatures may be suitable for humanity. Because their orbital period is the same as their period of rotation, these planets will always present the same face to their sun, just like we see the moon as it orbits the Earth.

  • NASA sends astronauts to Moon again; long stay this time
    SpaceNASA sends astronauts to Moon again; long stay this time

    The moon mission begins, yet again! Jim Bridenstine, the chief administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration announced that the space agency is sending astronauts to Moon again and this time they are going to stay there for long time. The bold statement has been made by him through an essay published in a website.

  • SpaceX Elon Musk reveals price for ticket to Mars. Are you ready?
    SpaceSpaceX Elon Musk reveals price for ticket to Mars. Are you ready?

    So now, let's get set for a trip to Mars. SpaceX CEO Elon Musk is planning to send humans to the red planet within the next decade and the cost of ticket to Mars will be affordable for 'most people in advanced economies", as revealed on Monday. The tech entrepreneur claims that the ticket fare will be feasible enough to allow people to give up their Earth-bound dwellings and move to Mars.

  • ISRO's GSAT 31 successfully launched from French Guiana
    SpaceISRO's GSAT 31 successfully launched from French Guiana

    Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on Wednesday successfully launched its 40th Communication Satellite GSAT 31 from the European spaceport in French Guiana at 2:31 AM.

  • NASA Rover Curiosity discovers Mars rocks more porous than predicted
    SpaceNASA Rover Curiosity discovers Mars rocks more porous than predicted

    In the latest 'Red planet' observation, scientists with the help of data from NASA's Curiosity rover found that the rocks on Mars are more porous and less compacted than expected.

  • Supermoon in February 2019: Date, time, how to watch
    SpaceSupermoon in February 2019: Date, time, how to watch

    After the stunning Super Blood Wolf Moon that occurred last month, astronomers around the world are waiting to welcome the supermoon in February 2019. Those who have missed to see the rare Supermoon lunar eclipse in January can now experience the celestial night-time show in the following dates, this month.

  • NASAs asteroid sampling probe snaps picture of asteroid Bennu
    SpaceNASAs asteroid sampling probe snaps picture of asteroid Bennu

    NASA's first asteroid-sampling mission OSIRIS-REx, which went into orbit around asteroid Bennu on New Year's Eve, has captured incredible photographs of the smallest ever celestial body to be orbited by a spacecraft.

  • Trash bag like long object is floating above Earth, say scientists
    SpaceTrash bag like long object is floating above Earth, say scientists

    While studying the inside-out of the Earth, astronomers have spotted a mysterious "empty trash bag" floating above Earth.

  • World's largest digital sky survey brings biggest astronomical data ever
    SpaceWorld's largest digital sky survey brings biggest astronomical data ever

    Astronomers during the largest digital sky survey have revealed the biggest astronomical information, which is over 1.6 petabytes. It is the second edition of data, scientists say.

  • NASA's Curiosity rover snaps last selfie on Martian ridge
    SpaceNASA's Curiosity rover snaps last selfie on Martian ridge

    After spending more than a year on a twisting ridge on Mars, NASA's Curiosity rover has snapped its last selfie as it moves on to new sights on the Red Planet "Curiosity rover has taken its last selfie on the Vera Rubin Ridge and descended toward a clay region of Mount Sharp. The twisting ridge on Mars has been the rover's home for more than a year, providing scientists with new samples and new questions to puzzle over," NASA said in a statement on Monday.