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  • NASA finds 'spiders' crawling on Mars  title=
    NASA finds 'spiders' crawling on Mars

    Spiders on the Mars sound amazing. Isn’t it! NASA finds spiders crawling across the Mars landscape but don’t worry, they won’t bite you. This might have been David Bowie's backing band here on Earth, but the term has a total different meaning when we link it with the Red Planet.

  • Plucking nasal hair can kill you: Know why  title=
    Plucking nasal hair can kill you: Know why

    When it comes to grooming yourself, you can’t avoid removing the long hair strand sticking out from the nose. But, health experts say, nasal hair has a purpose. They act as a defence system and keep harmful waste out of the nose. However, nasal hair sticking out of the nostrils can look disgusting and not so appealing. Most people consider plucking their nasal hair without knowing the fact that it comes with potential risks.

  • Strange double asteroid discovered by world largest radio telescope: NASA  title=
    Strange double asteroid discovered by world largest radio telescope: NASA

    The world’s largest radio telescope reveals that an asteroid discovered last year is actually two objects, each about 900 metres in size and orbiting each other. Scientist discovered the asteroid 2017 YE5 with observations provided by the Morocco Oukaimeden Sky Survey in December last year. But, they were unknown about the physical properties of asteroid until the end of June, NASA mentioned in a statement.

  • NASA needs support plan as US crew launches falls: GAO Report  title=
    NASA needs support plan as US crew launches falls: GAO Report

    The US government has announced that NASA might need a backup plan for taking astronauts to space, given additional delays on the horizon for new commercial crew capsules.

  • Russia Fastest Cargo spacecraft to reach ISS in a few hours, today: Live update  title=
    Russia Fastest Cargo spacecraft to reach ISS in a few hours, today: Live update

    Russia has launched a cargo spacecraft launched to the International Space Station (ISS) on July 9 to transport supplies to the crew of Expedition 56 in record time. Interestingly, the cargo is arriving ISS in less than 4 hours after lifting off, thereby setting a new record for fastest trip to space station.

  • NASA likely to find meteorite pieces in the ocean  title=
    NASA likely to find meteorite pieces in the ocean

    In the recent development, NASA scientists say that they may have found the first pieces of meteorite fragments in the Pacific Ocean. While searching the Nautilus vessel for pieces of a meteorite that fell in March 2018, they have identified two small pieces that could possibly be part of the space rock.

  • Video of astronauts falling over on the moon will never bore you  title=
    Video of astronauts falling over on the moon will never bore you

    Possibly, the best trip ever! The video footage of astronauts bouncing around on the Moon is probably the most interesting stuff in the gallery of NASA. It seems that they had had their finest time ever in the most desired lunar space.

  • NASA funding project to turn asteroids into spaceships: Report  title=
    NASA funding project to turn asteroids into spaceships: Report

    NASA has recently announced it would give funds to a California-based 3D printing company for finding ways to turn asteroids into giant, autonomous spacecraft, which could fly to outposts in space, the media reported.

  • 17-year-old girl could be the first human to reach Mars  title=
    17-year-old girl could be the first human to reach Mars

    Meet the youngest astronaut of NASA, Miss Blueberry. Well, it is the codename given to 17-year-old Alyssa Carson, youngest astronaut in training in the agency. She is so much dedicated herself to preparing for a very important mission, the first human trip to Mars.

  • NASA's planet hunter, Kepler Space Telescope will sleep soon: Here’s why  title=
    NASA's planet hunter, Kepler Space Telescope will sleep soon: Here’s why

    The iconic Kepler Space Telescope of NASA is about to stop functioning as the spacecraft is running short of fuel. The telescope has discovered 70 percent of the 3,750 exoplanets till date. For now, agency has put it into a hibernation-like state, agency officials announced on July 6.