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  • NASA images black layer taking over Odisha after Cyclone Fani  title=
    NASA images black layer taking over Odisha after Cyclone Fani

    US space agency NASA on Thursday released some images showcasing the impact of Cyclone Fani, one of the worst storms to hit India in two decades, over Odisha. With millions of people with no electricity, the state was covered under the dark layer visible from the skies.

  • Marsquake: First quake on mars recorded by NASA  title=
    Marsquake: First quake on mars recorded by NASA

    This is for the first time when the instrument has recorded trembling that is believed of coming from inside the planet, as opposed to being caused by forces above the surface, such as wind, NASA said in a statement.

  • NASA's TESS spots earth sized planet  title=
    NASA's TESS spots earth sized planet

    "It’s so exciting that TESS, which launched just about a year ago, is already a game-changer in the planet-hunting business," said Johanna Teske, Carnegie Institution for Science in the US.

  • Pentagon defends India's A-Sat missile test  title=
    Pentagon defends India's A-Sat missile test

    The India struck down its own low-orbit satellite with its ground to space missile. With the test, India has become the fourth nation in the world after the US, Russia and China to have A-Sat capabilities.

  • All 'Mission Shakti' debris to decay in 45 days from March 27: DRDO chief  title=
    All 'Mission Shakti' debris to decay in 45 days from March 27: DRDO chief

    On March 27, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced that India has successfully tested an A-Sat missile under 'Mission Shakti'; and India has now entered the elite group nations to possess the capability to hit a target in space.

  • NASA tests mega rocket engine for upcoming Moon mission  title=
    NASA tests mega rocket engine for upcoming Moon mission

    In a bid to make a successful moon mission in near future, NASA has successfully tested a mega rocket engine, marking a major milestone in its aim to return astronauts to the lunar surface in the next five years. The statement was confirmed by US space agency today. The latest test was conducted on April 4 at NASA's Stennis Space Center near Bay St Louis, Mississippi, US, NASA said in a statement.

  • NASA's 'terrible' review on ASAT gets no response from India  title=
    NASA's 'terrible' review on ASAT gets no response from India

    NASA has warned that anti-satellite weapon test has created 400 space debris which could collide with International Space Station (ISS), anytime. But, the India government refused to comment on the US space agency's assessment report. When media contact the spokesperson of Ministry of Defence, there was no response received.

  • Pakistan on India's ASAT: Mission Shakti threatens peaceful space activities  title=
    Pakistan on India's ASAT: Mission Shakti threatens peaceful space activities

    The political war has gone beyond the mighty Earth. After NASA slams India's mission shakti, Pakistan is taking full advantage of the situation. The neighbouring country is expressing deep concern over India’s ASAT test which was conducted successfully last month. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on March 27 had announced that India had demonstrated anti-satellite missile capability by shooting down a live satellite.

  • NASA rejects 'mission shakti', space debris raised risk for ISS  title=
    NASA rejects 'mission shakti', space debris raised risk for ISS

    ISRO scientists are hit by tough allegations as NASA claims that the waste from anti-satellite (ASAT) missile test has increased 44 percent collision risk to the International Space Station (ISS), thereby condemning the 'mission shakti'.

  • NASA will pay you $19,000 if you stay in bed for two months  title=
    NASA will pay you $19,000 if you stay in bed for two months

    The US-based NASA and the European Space Agency will pay you $19,000 to lie in bed for two months. But before you get excited about the news be sure to know the condition of the challenge.