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  • NASA spacecraft breaks record, enters orbit around Bennu  title=
    NASA spacecraft breaks record, enters orbit around Bennu

    Seems like, the year 2019 would be a great one for space industry. In the recent development, NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft broke a record after successfully entering into orbit around the asteroid Bennu, the smallest cosmic object ever to be orbited by a spacecraft.

  • NASA spacecraft's first orbit around asteroid Bennu breaks record  title=
    NASA spacecraft's first orbit around asteroid Bennu breaks record

    Breaking a space exploration record on New Year's Eve, NASA's first asteroid-sampling mission, OSIRIS-REx, entered into orbit around the Bennu, making it the smallest object ever to be orbited by a spacecraft.

  • Mumbai boy, Shyam Bhaskaran to execute NASA's historic flyby  title=
    Mumbai boy, Shyam Bhaskaran to execute NASA's historic flyby

    Good news! A mumbaiker will have its imprint on Nasa's New Horizon spacecraft's trajectory while executing an historic flyby of the most distant object Ultima Thule in the solar system. The execution will take place at around 11 am (IST) on Tuesday.

  • Mumbai boy, Shyam Bhaskaran to execute NASA's historic flyby  title=
    Mumbai boy, Shyam Bhaskaran to execute NASA's historic flyby

    Good news! A mumbaiker will have its imprint on Nasa's New Horizon spacecraft's trajectory while executing an historic flyby of the most distant object Ultima Thule in the solar system. The execution will take place at around 11 am (IST) on Tuesday.

  • NASA's spacecraft to reach Ultima Thule on New Year day  title=
    NASA's spacecraft to reach Ultima Thule on New Year day

    Breaking news from NASA space centre confirms that a spacecraft team that brought us close-ups of Pluto will ring in the new year by exploring an even more distant and mysterious world. It is likely that the New Horizons spacecraft will reach the scrawny, icy object nicknamed Ultima Thule soon after the stroke of midnight of the New Year's day.

  • New Horizons flyby updates likely on social media, NASA TV  title=
    New Horizons flyby updates likely on social media, NASA TV

    With a government shutdown threatening to hamper NASA's coverage of the farthest spacecraft flyby in history on New Year's Day, the US space agency has said that the New Horizons social media accounts and NASA TV will continue to operate.

  • Year ending 2018 science news that you should know  title=
    Year ending 2018 science news that you should know

    The year 2018 has come across several ups and downs in the field of science. From passing away of renowned scientist Stephen Hawking to Martian dreams and satellite launches in India, the year has been full of twists and turns. It witnessed the beginning for the Indian Space sector in the light of Gaganyaan mission, major satellite launches. To inform, a Chinese researchers claiming gene edited babies also fails to fade from our memory. Here are snippets of top science events of 2018.

  • NASA's New Horizons spacecraft detects anomaly ahead of next flyby  title=
    NASA's New Horizons spacecraft detects anomaly ahead of next flyby

    Just days ahead of its New Year's 2019 close encounter, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft has detected an anomaly related to its next flyby target -- an icy world a billion kilometres past Pluto and more than 6.5 billion km from Earth.

  • Space events 2019: Here's what NASA and SpaceX have in store for next year  title=
    Space events 2019: Here's what NASA and SpaceX have in store for next year

    It's time to bid good bye to the year 2018. The year has been an extra-ordinary one with blood moon show, meteor shower, special spaceship launch and so on. For now, it is time to talk about the 2019 calendar which is full of major events in spaceflight, planetary science, and astronomy.

  • NASA's InSight lander places first instrument on Mars  title=
    NASA's InSight lander places first instrument on Mars

    NASA's InSight lander has deployed its first instrument onto the surface of Mars, marking the first time a seismometer had ever been placed onto the surface of another planet.