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  • Universe's first molecule detected in the space  title=
    Universe's first molecule detected in the space

    Operating the GREAT far-infrared spectrometer onboard the flying observatory SOFIA, an international team reported unambiguous detection of the molecule towards the planetary nebula NGC 7027.

  • Watch: What happens when a scientist blends smartphone  title=
    Watch: What happens when a scientist blends smartphone

    Scientists from a British University conducted a unique experiment to analyse the material that go into the making of a smartphone. For this, they blended a couple of devices in a high-tech gadget - a blender. Scientists at the University of Plymouth blended a mobile phone to dust and then conducted a chemical analysis of the dissolved remains in order to figure out what quantities of rare or conflict elements go into making a phone.

  • NASA awards $7 million for new life detection on Mars, Jupiter and Saturn  title=
    NASA awards $7 million for new life detection on Mars, Jupiter and Saturn

    NASA took pleasure to award whopping prize money of nearly $7 million for new detection of non-Earth-like life on Mars, Jupiter and Saturn’s icy moons. According to offical report, the Laboratory for Agnostic Biosignatures (LAB) will lay the groundwork for characterising potential biosignatures, or signs of life

  • Scientists detect first moon outside our solar system  title=
    Scientists detect first moon outside our solar system

    In a brand new finding, the scientists have detected first moon that exists outside our solar system. The exomoon is a large gaseous body of Neptune size; it is believed to be orbiting another gaseous planet bigger than Jupiter.

  • World’s most dangerous intelligence agency Mossad of Israel  title=
    World’s most dangerous intelligence agency Mossad of Israel

    Israel, a Middle Eastern country is best known for its impenetrable nation’s security. And, the credit goes to its robust intelligence agency, Mossad, which is considered as the world’s most dangerous intelligence agency. It is one of the main units in the the country’s intelligence community, along with Aman known for military intelligence and Shin Bet for internal security.

  • Toronto students become scientists after sending worms to orbit  title=
    Toronto students become scientists after sending worms to orbit

    It takes decade to earn the name and fame of ‘scientists’. But, surprisingly, the group of students in Toronto receives the title, just by doing a school project.

  • Valleys on Mars were formed by run-off rainwater, claims new study  title=
    Valleys on Mars were formed by run-off rainwater, claims new study

    While scientists keep exploring the ‘red planet’ a new study claims that the valleys seen on Mars may have been created by run-off rainwater. Scientists are said to have found that the branching angles of the valleys on the red planet are alike those found in infertile landscapes on Earth. The surface of Mars holds the marks of structures that resemble fluvial steam networks on Earth. Scientists therefore assume that there must have been once enough water on the red planet to feed water streams that curved their path into the soil.

  • NASA's James Webb Space Telescope launch delayed, possibly on 2021  title=
    NASA's James Webb Space Telescope launch delayed, possibly on 2021

    There is delay, yet again! NASA of the United States has announced that the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) will be launched on 30 March 2021, delaying the mission by a year. It will add another $800m to the cost of the craft, boosting it to $8.8bn. This extra cash will first have to be agreed by the US Congress, which in 2011 capped the cost of the JWST at $8bn.

  • Guidebook to search alien life is on the way, say scientists   title=
    Guidebook to search alien life is on the way, say scientists

    Now, a ‘guide book’ will guide you through out the way to universe. Yes, scientists have studied the available research on exoplanets and finds that all the data may serve as a ‘guide book’ to search for alien life in the universe. Leading experts from University of California, Riverside in the US, have written a major series of review papers on the past, present, and future of the search for life on other planets.

  • India to teach satellite building skill to UAE , African Nations scientists  title=
    India to teach satellite building skill to UAE , African Nations scientists

    India is planning to train space scientists of countries that lack satellite-building capability. The country has announced this idea during the UNISPACE+50 meeting in Vienna recently.