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Long term space missions can lead to changes in the brain:...

Cosmonauts spending a lot of time in space can face health issues like muscle atrophy, reduced bone density as well as harsh effects on...

Capturing of carbon dioxide can be the reality soon

It has been seen that the climate of the earth is now changing and all the fault is now due to human activity. Humans...

ISRO Now Completed Scaled Down Test For Chandrayaan-2 Landing

On Friday, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) said in a statement that they have now conducted the scaled-down test for the soft and safe...

NASA’s Cassini reveals weird stripes on Saturn’s moon Dione

The researchers have observed mysterious stripes on Saturn’s moon Dione and believe that these stripes are linear virgae originated likely due to the materials...

NASA’s two CubeSats send back the first picture of Mars

NASA's two CubeSats, the first ever satellites to journey in deep space, have sent back a picture of Mars where the planet appears just...

Moon of Saturn gets covered by mysterious stripe

As per scientists, they have founded mysterious straight bright stripes. These stripes are said to have discovered on the moon of Saturn’s Dione. The...

Mysterious, strange clouds over Mars baffles researchers

It has been known that Mars is comprised of about different elements which are more than earth. It is said to be about 100...

NASA spotted a rectangular iceberg in Antarctica during survey

In the latest development, NASA has said to have spotted a rectangular iceberg during the operation IceBridge. This operation IceBridge is said to be...

Indian Monsoons help hurricanes to move towards America

In the recent study, it has mentioned that the strong monsoons that occur in the Indian ocean can easily induce the easterly winds which...

NASA’s Hubble Telescope return to normal operations

The famous NASA’s Hubble Telescope has now back to do all the normal work which is said to be after a failed orienting tool...

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