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  • Here is how astronauts survive in space, NASA scientist reveals  title=
    Here is how astronauts survive in space, NASA scientist reveals

    Needless to say that space is not a lively place to live in. Though space travel fascinates many of us, but, actually, the task is not so easy. Not all of us can withstand the physical conditions space offers. There is no gravity, no source of light and the extreme temperatures can lead to death. So, how astronauts dare to travel around in space and how do they survive?

  • Selfie on Mars: NASA's rover collects stunning pictures of Red Planet  title=
    Selfie on Mars: NASA's rover collects stunning pictures of Red Planet

    The dutiful NASA's Curosity rover took a selfie of Mars which presents the stunning panorama eerie brown skies, with glimpses of Mount Sharp and ancient lakebed. The immersive snap has left the scientists in a state of shock.

  • NASA lists five risks of human journey to Mars  title=
    NASA lists five risks of human journey to Mars

    Human journey to Mars sounds fascinating but the fact is that the organized effort may welcome list of risks that astronauts may suffer on the red planet. NASA, in order to overcome the possible obstacles, have listed five risks that may create problem for human spaceflight on Mars.

  • Here's NASA's result of two spiral galaxies collision  title=
    Here's NASA's result of two spiral galaxies collision

    Perhaps, it would be a million dollar moment, when the two spiral galaxies spiraled into each other, giving birth to a brilliant ring of black holes and neutron stars. Yes, the collision took place about 300 million light-years from Earth, deep in the constellation Volans.

  • Scientists discovers Wolf 503b exoplanet twice the size of Earth  title=
    Scientists discovers Wolf 503b exoplanet twice the size of Earth

    An international team of scientists have discovered a new exoplanet twice the size of Earth. The discovery has been made by using data from NASA's Kepler Space Telescope, which says that the newly found exoplanet is located about 145 light years away. Named as 'Wolf 503b' it is in the Virgo constellation and it orbits its star every six days. It is about 10 times closer to the Sun than Mercury.

  • NASA launches rocket to test parachute for Mars lander  title=
    NASA launches rocket to test parachute for Mars lander

    NASA has launched a sounding rocket from the agency's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia to test a supersonic parachute for landing its next rover on Mars.

  • NASA rocket may get your name, if you pay enough  title=
    NASA rocket may get your name, if you pay enough

    In an attempt to explore the commercial support, NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine has set up an advisory council committee that will look after the plans of product endorsements from astronauts and selling the rocking naming rights and other spacecrafts as well. Meaning, people with big fund can expect to see their chosen name in the NASA rocket.

  • Planet hunting Kepler telescope wakes up again: NASA  title=
    Planet hunting Kepler telescope wakes up again: NASA

    NASA's planet-hunting Kepler space telescope has woken up from yet another slumber and begun collecting science data again, the US space agency has said.

  • NASA explores commercial endorsements, rocket naming rights  title=
    NASA explores commercial endorsements, rocket naming rights

    Seems like, NASA is exploring the possibility of commercialising the agency's operations in low Earth orbit to lower its costs, while it is preparing for upcoming mission in Moon and Mars. NASA's administrator Jim Bridenstine has announced about the formation of "Advisory Council Committee" that will explore some of these plans, which could include product endorsements from astronauts and even selling the naming rights to rockets and other spacecraft.

  • NASA CO2 conversion challenge, win prize of up to $1 million  title=
    NASA CO2 conversion challenge, win prize of up to $1 million

    The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) have announced 'CO2 Conversion Challenge', a competition for general public who are in the field of technology. The US based space agency attempts to seek solutions from the public to design and develop technology that uses carbon dioxide to generate molecules that can be useful for future astronauts to tolerate the harsh atmosphere on Mars.