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  • NASA telescope captures birth of black hole, first time ever  title=
    NASA telescope captures birth of black hole, first time ever

    An international team of astronomers shares that the advanced telescope of NASA has captured the first ever image of a star that collapsed to form a black hole or a neutron star. The Asteroid Terrestrial-impact Last Alert System telescope in Hawaii has taken shots of unusual burst in the night sky on June 16, 2018, the US space agency said in a statement.

  • Hubble Space Telescope's advanced camera suspended: NASA  title=
    Hubble Space Telescope's advanced camera suspended: NASA

    NASA's most advanced Hubble Space Telescope’s is going through technical problems and as a result, its superior camera has been suspended. Scientists say that there is a hardware problem with the device.

  • Strange radio signals detected from core space, origin unknown  title=
    Strange radio signals detected from core space, origin unknown

    Scientists in Canada have come across a mysterious signals coming from a distant galaxy. The excat nature and origin of signal is yet to be explored. The blast of radio waves has been picked up by a telescope.

  • Scientists discovers new planet twice the size of Earth, likely to find liquid water   title=
    Scientists discovers new planet twice the size of Earth, likely to find liquid water

    A thorough study of data from NASA's Kepler space telescope has led scientists to discover a new planet that is twice as large as Earth. The newly discovered planet is within a zone that could allow liquid water to exist on its surface.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 'Brightest Comet' set to pass by Earth on Sunday  title=
    'Brightest Comet' set to pass by Earth on Sunday

    Stargazers are in for a treat as the "brightest comet" is set to make one of the 10 closest comet flybys of Earth in 70 years, and one may even be able to see it without a telescope on Sunday, NASA said.

  • Astronomers discover over 100 new exoplanets via Kepler space telescope  title=
    Astronomers discover over 100 new exoplanets via Kepler space telescope

    An international team of astronomers have discovered more than 100 extrasolar planets (exoplanets) -- that revolve around stars other than the Sun -- in only three months, using a combination of ground- and space-based telescopes.

  • Astronomers confirm water in atmosphere of planet 179 light years away  title=
    Astronomers confirm water in atmosphere of planet 179 light years away

    In an attempt to search alien life outside the earth, astronomers have detected water in the atmosphere of a planet 179 light years away.

  • NASA's Kepler telescope bids 'goodbye' with final commands  title=
    NASA's Kepler telescope bids 'goodbye' with final commands

    NASA's popular Kepler space telescope has put itself into rest mode after getting the final commands from the Earth. The telescope has discovered thousands of planets outside our solar system and revealed that our galaxy contains more planets than stars. Here's now that it has received its final set of commands to disconnect communications with Earth. And, it’s the “goodnight” commands which finalise the spacecraft’s transition into retirement.