• ISRO Gaganyaan mission: Astronauts will be chosen this year
    SpaceISRO Gaganyaan mission: Astronauts will be chosen this year

    India's first manned mission to space, Gaganyaan is scheduled to be launched on early 2022. A source close to the development confirms that astronauts to fly in the said space mission will be selected this year. And, the air force is getting ready to identify a pool of ace pilots who would undergo a battery of tests, including psychological assessments.

  • Gaganyaan to use 'made in Vadodara' space suit
    SpaceGaganyaan to use 'made in Vadodara' space suit

    India and the entire world are talking about the upcoming Gaganyaan space mission to be launched by Indian Space Research Institute (ISRO). While the people are excited to see the witness the grand spaceflight mission, ISRO scientists are at breakneck speed to accomplish the mission by Decemeber 2021 deadline. Sources confirmed that the space suit to be used in the mission include the tag ' Made in Vadodara', the third largest city in Gujarat. The suit is 20% lighter and one hundredth of the cost of its foreign competitors.

  • There is rainfall in Saturn's largest moon Titan: Details inside
    SpaceThere is rainfall in Saturn's largest moon Titan: Details inside

    The data collected from Cassini spacecraft reveals that there is methane rainfall on the north pole of Titan, the largest moon of Saturn. Scientists say that the rainfall may be the indication of the start of a summer season in Titan's northern hemisphere.

  • Cotton sprouts is growing on the Moon, China creates history
    SpaceCotton sprouts is growing on the Moon, China creates history

    The cotton seeds have been taken by Beijing's Chang'e-4 probe which has now emerged from a lattice-like structure inside a canister since the probe set down earlier this month. The big news has been noticed from a series of photos released by the Advanced Technology Research Institute at Chongqing University.

  • Historic claim: China confirms to growing first-ever plant on Moon
    SpaceHistoric claim: China confirms to growing first-ever plant on Moon

    According to the claims made by the China, seeds taken to the Moon by Beijing's Chang'e-4 probe have now sprouted, marking the first time any biological matter has grown on the moon.

  • First lunar eclipse of 2019: Superstitions linked with Blood Moon
    SpaceFirst lunar eclipse of 2019: Superstitions linked with Blood Moon

    The first total lunar eclipse of 2019 will take place on the night of Jan 20. The magical event will start at 6:36 pm and will end at 11:48 pm. Scientists say that if we were on the moon, we would see an orange ring around the earth. Along with the natural changes, the blood moon eclipse in January is associated with bizarre superstitions and beliefs.

  • First Pictures: Elon Musk's starship for passengers to Moon and Mars
    SpaceFirst Pictures: Elon Musk's starship for passengers to Moon and Mars

    SpaceX CEO Elon Musk on Thursday unveiled first pictures of a retro-looking steely rocket – Starship – that may transport people from Earth to planets like Moon and Mars.

  • SpaceX to lay off 10% of workers due to 'difficult challenges'
    SpaceSpaceX to lay off 10% of workers due to 'difficult challenges'

    As SpaceX attempts to get two expensive projects off the ground, the US-based private spaceflight company said it would lay off 10 per cent of its roughly 6,000-person workforce.

  • Mysterious radio signal from space could be sign of alien life, say scientists
    SpaceMysterious radio signal from space could be sign of alien life, say scientists

    Is anyone there? Can you hear us? Likewise, there might be some alien life waiting for our response from the earth. The mysterious radio bursts from deep space has created curiosity about the existence of alien life in the universe.

  • NASA telescope captures birth of black hole, first time ever
    SpaceNASA telescope captures birth of black hole, first time ever

    An international team of astronomers shares that the advanced telescope of NASA has captured the first ever image of a star that collapsed to form a black hole or a neutron star. The Asteroid Terrestrial-impact Last Alert System telescope in Hawaii has taken shots of unusual burst in the night sky on June 16, 2018, the US space agency said in a statement.