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  • 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.

  • NASA Hubble Space Telescope captures asteroid Gault coming apart  title=
    NASA Hubble Space Telescope captures asteroid Gault coming apart

    NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has captured a small asteroid that is spinning fast and throwing out debris in a process of splitting apart.

  • Mars helicopter ready to take off for Red Planet: NASA  title=
    Mars helicopter ready to take off for Red Planet: NASA

    "The next time we fly, we fly on Mars," MiMi Aung, Project Manager for Mars Helicopter at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, said in a statement.

  • NASA offers Rs 12 lakh for 2 months if you do this  title=
    NASA offers Rs 12 lakh for 2 months if you do this

    NASA is testing human bodies in the artificial gravity to ensure health of astronauts in the real space. And for this they need volunteers.

  • Life on Mars: Scientists find ‘mushrooms’ in Mars photos  title=
    Life on Mars: Scientists find ‘mushrooms’ in Mars photos

    In a major breakthrough, scientists claim to have seen 'proof' of life on the surface of Mars. They say that they have seen 'growing algae, lichens and ‘Martian mushrooms’ in images taken by NASA rovers Opportunity and Curiosity. Meanwhile, the US space agency is yet to respond to the conclusion drawn by the Journal of Astrobiology and Space Science.

  • US wants astronauts to land on Moon, NASA accepts challenge  title=
    US wants astronauts to land on Moon, NASA accepts challenge

    Regarding the development in space sector, the US Vice President Mike Pence has asked NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine to accelerate the agency’s lunar exploration plans. He announced to speed up the mission to land astronauts within five years "by any means necessary,". The challenge was put forward during a National Space Council meeting held at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama on March 26.

  • NASA cancels all women spacewalk due to lack of spacesuits  title=
    NASA cancels all women spacewalk due to lack of spacesuits

    Sadly, NASA has scrapped the pre-planned spacewalk mission by two women astronauts, due to lack of spacesuits that would fit them at the International Space Station. The space agency has re-scheduled the task which is likely to be performed in coming Friday.

  • ISRO's Chandrayaan 2 to carry NASA's laser probe  title=
    ISRO's Chandrayaan 2 to carry NASA's laser probe

    The much-talked about Chandrayaan 2 mission is all set to be launched in April, this year. It would be carrying a NASA science probe, a source close to the development reports. The second moon mission of ISRO will NASA-owned laser retroreflector arrays that will help scientists to make exact measurements of the distance to the Moon, the US space agency officials said.

  • Asteroid Bennu new discovery explains its decreasing rotation period: NASA  title=
    Asteroid Bennu new discovery explains its decreasing rotation period: NASA

    NASA's OSIRIS-REx has come up with new discovery about the asteroid Bennu. In the asteroid sampling mission scientists have observed particle plumes erupting from the surface of Bennu. To inform, the asteroid bears the size of the pyramid at Giza and Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security-Regolith Explorer (OSIRIS-REx) spacecraft began orbiting it on December 31.