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  • NASA celebrates 60th anniversary aims to send humans to Mars  title=
    NASA celebrates 60th anniversary aims to send humans to Mars

    As NASA celebrates its 60th anniversary on October 1, Charles Bolden, a vital person in the space agency mentions about the target to land humans on Mars by the mid-2030's.

  • Skull-like asteroid is set to fly past Earth after Halloween  title=
    Skull-like asteroid is set to fly past Earth after Halloween

    NASA scientists have come up with an interesting piece of information about the skull-shaped asteroid which will pass by the Earth on November 11. Nick named as 'Great Pumpkin, the asteroid is about to pass by at around 24 million miles away, somewhat, about a quarter of the distance between the Earth and sun.

  • NASA charts roadmap for human missions to Moon, Mars  title=
    NASA charts roadmap for human missions to Moon, Mars

    Revealing its human explorations plans, NASA has told the US Congress that the agency is currently focusing on developing technologies and systems that enable a series of human and robotic lunar missions that are extensible to Mars.

  • NASA captures strange image of electric blue clouds  title=
    NASA captures strange image of electric blue clouds

    NASA space agency has found the strange ‘electric blue’ clouds floating 50 miles over the poles. The noctilucent clouds or polar mesospheric clouds and are formed from ice crystals and tiny pieces of meteorites.

  • NASA discovers Earth-like planets: Is life possible there  title=
    NASA discovers Earth-like planets: Is life possible there

    NASA's planet-hunting telescope has discovered two earth-like planets beyond our solar system. The orbital telescope has been launched five months ago from Cape Canaveral, Florida and within a short time it has come up with such a big discovery. Now that the earth-like planet has been discovered, the question uproots like if life is possible out there.

  • NASA's GOLD satellite shots first image of Earth's upper atmosphere  title=
    NASA's GOLD satellite shots first image of Earth's upper atmosphere

    The Global-scale Observations of the Limb and Disk (GOLD) of NASA has successfully captured the first image of Earth's upper atmosphere. It's the Earth's ultraviolet atomic oxygen emissions, which is set to explore the dynamic boundary between Earth's atmosphere and space.

  • This robotic skin can turn everyday objects into robots  title=
    This robotic skin can turn everyday objects into robots

    This would probably be a great discovery by scientists. They have developed an electronic skin that can turn everyday objects including paper balls, animal toys et into robots. Researchers at Yale University in the US have invented the robotic skins which would enable common people to design their own robotic systems.

  • NASA's new website shows impact of space tech on everyday lives  title=
    NASA's new website shows impact of space tech on everyday lives

    NASA space research organisation has launched an interactive website for users who wants to know the impact of space technology on everyday lives. The user-friendly website allows users to discover common items that the space agency helped improve, such as water purifiers, selfie cameras etc.

  • NASA launches satellite to track Earth's melting ice  title=
    NASA launches satellite to track Earth's melting ice

    In a bid to understand Earth's ice sheets, glaciers, sea ice, snow cover and permafrost, NASA on Saturday successfully launched its Ice, Cloud and Land Elevation Satellite-2, or ICESat-2. The satellite with a three-year mission was launched at 9.02 a.m EDT on September 15, with liftoff aboard a Delta II rocket from Space Launch Complex-2 at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.

  • Hurricane Florence looks deadly from space, NASA video footage shows  title=
    Hurricane Florence looks deadly from space, NASA video footage shows

    Hurricane Florence is one of the first major Atlantic hurricanes. It is so big that, NASA astronauts had to use a super wide-angle lens to shoot it. NASA has been tracking the storm for a few days and now offers a new footage from the space.