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Tarun Singh

Tarun Singh
Tarun is an avid writer and reader. He is fond of exploring science and facts. Tarun is an engineer by profession and is now a full-time contributor to The News Recorder (India Edition). Tarun is the base behind the Science coverage over this online news platform.
NASA's photographer camera toasted in rocket launch bushfire

NASA’s photographer camera toasted in rocket launch bushfire

SpaceX rocket launch on May 22nd had left one high-end camera disfigured, and it ruined it forever. NASA now released a statement about the incident and how does it happen. Bill Ingalls, who is the...
NASA, Spacewalk

NASA Astronauts prepares for a spacewalk outside ISS

Two NASA astronauts who are present aboard in the International Space Station are all ready for their spacewalk. The spacewalk is scheduled on May 16th, Wednesday and the reason for spacewalk is to swap...
Aliens, Space

Are there Aliens on Mars? A strange rock baffles researchers

The conspiracy theorists again came into action after they have spotted an odd-strange looking rock in the surface of the Mars. Mars have a rocky surface, and the surface is full of strange shape...
Dinosaur, Skin shedding

Dandruff of Dinosaur reveals first evidence of skin shedding

The oldest case which is about dandruff has been identified in the small feathered dinosaur who has roamed the Earth which is about 125 million years ago. The analysis which has done by the...

Telescope has taken the first-ever photo of Milky Way Black Hole

In a new stunning discovery, the astronomers have able to click the image of the black hole. The Event Horizon Telescope has just released the image which was taken by them from the previous...
Company set to spend a penny to offset the carbon footprint

Company set to spend a penny to offset the carbon footprint

When you are going to buy ice cream from Ben and Jerry’s store in London Soho, the company has decided to spend a penny to offset the carbon footprint of each scoop. The cashier...
Antartica, canyon

Antarctica has hidden canyons, and it could be bad news for the planet

In a new astonishing discovery, the scientists have found deep troughs which run for hundreds of kilometers, and it cuts through the tall mountains which are not visible at the snowy surface of the...
NOAA, Weather satellite

NOAA’s weather satellite has suffered malfunctions

The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have released a statement in which it said that the GOES-17 weather satellite had developed a malfunction in its cooling system and it will be endangering the...
Loch Ness monster, DNA

DNA hunt for Loch Ness monster as planned by Scientists

In new research, a global team of scientists has planned to go to the icy depths of the Loch Ness in the next month by using the environmental DNA (eDNA) in an experiment which...
nasa,pacific ocean

NASA’s Key project  handled by Indian-American

Anita Sengupta handles NASA's aim to create the coldest spot in the universe. She is an Indian-American woman who is the main brain behind the NASA’s latest physics experiment which will be taken place...

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