Here's how you can watch the luminous 'Strawberry Supermoon' this Thursday

How you can watch the luminous 'Strawberry Supermoon' this Thursday: Here are some facts, the significance of the event, and the secret behind its name

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More than 75,000 people sign petition to not let Jeff Bezos return to Earth after upcoming Blue Origin space trip

People, in their comments, said returning back to the Earth is a privilege and not a right. Thus, the billionaire founder of Amazon should not be allowed back to the Earth

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In a first, new 3D map reveals details about the edge of our solar system

Ever thought about what lies at the edge of our very own solar system? Turns out, it’s a blob (and a lot more)!

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We finally know what causes mesmerising auroras in polar night skies!

For long, it was well established that auroras were caused by solar storms but it wasn’t clear what processes led to the event… until now!

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SpaceX's satellite internet unit Starlink expects it can provide global coverage around September

Starlink, which has said it plans to deploy 12,000 satellites in total at a cost of roughly $10 billion, currently offers beta services in 11 countries, Shotwel said

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Indian scientists discover four near-Earth asteroids in NASA-backed research programme

Essentially frozen rocks, near-Earth asteroids are objects that come in proximity to Earth due to their orbits

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Astronauts spacewalk on International Space Station to boost its solar power

NASA put extra safety precautions in place as French astronaut Thomas Pesquet and US astronaut Shane Kimbrough worked on the station's primary power grid, to avoid an electrical shock

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Scientists discover largest rotating structures in the universe

The results published in Nature Astronomy signify that angular momentum can be generated on unprecedented scales

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'Divine Vessel' to mark China's first human spaceflight since 2016

Shenzhou-12, meaning 'Divine Vessel', will be the third of 11 missions needed to complete China's space station by 2022. Among them, four will be missions with people on board, potentially…

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Rogue planets with habitable exomoons may have alien life

Scientists from University of Concepción in Chile have concluded that 'rogue planets' in space may have moons with conditions conducive to life

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NASA announces two new missions to Venus

The missions have been awarded about $500 million under NASA's Discovery Program, and each is expected to launch in the 2028-2030 timeframe

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Why NASA recently sent bioluminescent baby squids, tardigrades into space

With 5,000 tardigrades and 128 glow-in-the-dark baby squids now in space, the agency hopes to better understand the cosmic secrets of life in space.

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SpaceX may launch rockets from ocean spaceport by next year: Report

Musk said Deimos, as the spaceport is called, is currently under construction and that the company could use it to host rocket launches in 2022 in a reply to a render of the structure a fan posted…

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Japan is sending a shape-shifting miniature robot to the Moon

JAXA has collaborated with Sony, Doshisha University and toymaker Tomy to create a ball-shaped robot capable of transformation and the goal of this quirky robot will be to study the lunar soil…

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A piece of space debris recently damaged the International Space Station

Repairs in space can be extremely challenging, which why scientists track pieces of debris to steer clear of any collisions that may cause damage

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How NASA's plans to send detergent to ISS could change space exploration

What do astronauts do for their laundry needs on ISS? What is NASA planning for them? Read here

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Here's how you can watch the luminous 'Strawberry Supermoon' this Thursday

How you can watch the luminous 'Strawberry Supermoon' this Thursday: Here are some facts, the significance of the event, and the secret behind its name

Read Article

More than 75,000 people sign petition to not let Jeff Bezos return to Earth after upcoming Blue Origin space trip

People, in their comments, said returning back to the Earth is a privilege and not a right. Thus, the billionaire founder of Amazon should not be allowed back to the Earth

Read Article

In a first, new 3D map reveals details about the edge of our solar system

Ever thought about what lies at the edge of our very own solar system? Turns out, it’s a blob (and a lot more)!

Read Article

We finally know what causes mesmerising auroras in polar night skies!

For long, it was well established that auroras were caused by solar storms but it wasn’t clear what processes led to the event… until now!

Read Article

SpaceX's satellite internet unit Starlink expects it can provide global coverage around September

Starlink, which has said it plans to deploy 12,000 satellites in total at a cost of roughly $10 billion, currently offers beta services in 11 countries, Shotwel said

Read Article

Indian scientists discover four near-Earth asteroids in NASA-backed research programme

Essentially frozen rocks, near-Earth asteroids are objects that come in proximity to Earth due to their orbits

Read Article

Astronauts spacewalk on International Space Station to boost its solar power

NASA put extra safety precautions in place as French astronaut Thomas Pesquet and US astronaut Shane Kimbrough worked on the station's primary power grid, to avoid an electrical shock

Read Article

Scientists discover largest rotating structures in the universe

The results published in Nature Astronomy signify that angular momentum can be generated on unprecedented scales

Read Article

'Divine Vessel' to mark China's first human spaceflight since 2016

Shenzhou-12, meaning 'Divine Vessel', will be the third of 11 missions needed to complete China's space station by 2022. Among them, four will be missions with people on board, potentially…

Read Article

Rogue planets with habitable exomoons may have alien life

Scientists from University of Concepción in Chile have concluded that 'rogue planets' in space may have moons with conditions conducive to life

Read Article

Solar Eclipse dazzles the world

A solar eclipse will be visible over the Earth's northern hemisphere on Thursday with parts of Canada and Siberia privy to the best view of the…

Read Article

NASA announces two new missions to Venus

The missions have been awarded about $500 million under NASA's Discovery Program, and each is expected to launch in the 2028-2030 timeframe

Read Article

Why NASA recently sent bioluminescent baby squids, tardigrades into space

With 5,000 tardigrades and 128 glow-in-the-dark baby squids now in space, the agency hopes to better understand the cosmic secrets of life in space.

Read Article

SpaceX may launch rockets from ocean spaceport by next year: Report

Musk said Deimos, as the spaceport is called, is currently under construction and that the company could use it to host rocket launches in 2022 in a reply to a render of the structure a fan posted…

Read Article

Japan is sending a shape-shifting miniature robot to the Moon

JAXA has collaborated with Sony, Doshisha University and toymaker Tomy to create a ball-shaped robot capable of transformation and the goal of this quirky robot will be to study the lunar soil…

Read Article

A piece of space debris recently damaged the International Space Station

Repairs in space can be extremely challenging, which why scientists track pieces of debris to steer clear of any collisions that may cause damage

Read Article

China to send 3 male astronauts to its space station in June

The plans for the station's first crew were confirmed to state television by Yang Liwei, the manned space programme's deputy chief designer, as an automated spacecraft was launched with fuel and…

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China cargo craft docks with space station module 

A Long March 7 rocket carrying the Tianzhou-2 cargo craft, loaded with essentials such as food, equipment and fuel, blasted off late on Saturday from the Wenchang launch site on the tropical…

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NASA shares glimpse of Milky Way's energy-packed 'downtown'

The Milky Way’s extremely energised downtown is situated 26,000 light years away and the image represents an array of celestial objects - from remains of supernova to black holes

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How NASA's plans to send detergent to ISS could change space exploration

What do astronauts do for their laundry needs on ISS? What is NASA planning for them? Read here

Read Article

Here's how you can watch the luminous 'Strawberry Supermoon' this Thursday

How you can watch the luminous 'Strawberry Supermoon' this Thursday: Here are some facts, the significance of the event, and the secret behind its name

Read Article

More than 75,000 people sign petition to not let Jeff Bezos return to Earth after upcoming Blue Origin space trip

People, in their comments, said returning back to the Earth is a privilege and not a right. Thus, the billionaire founder of Amazon should not be allowed back to the Earth

Read Article

In a first, new 3D map reveals details about the edge of our solar system

Ever thought about what lies at the edge of our very own solar system? Turns out, it’s a blob (and a lot more)!

Read Article

We finally know what causes mesmerising auroras in polar night skies!

For long, it was well established that auroras were caused by solar storms but it wasn’t clear what processes led to the event… until now!

Read Article

SpaceX's satellite internet unit Starlink expects it can provide global coverage around September

Starlink, which has said it plans to deploy 12,000 satellites in total at a cost of roughly $10 billion, currently offers beta services in 11 countries, Shotwel said

Read Article

Indian scientists discover four near-Earth asteroids in NASA-backed research programme

Essentially frozen rocks, near-Earth asteroids are objects that come in proximity to Earth due to their orbits

Read Article

Astronauts spacewalk on International Space Station to boost its solar power

NASA put extra safety precautions in place as French astronaut Thomas Pesquet and US astronaut Shane Kimbrough worked on the station's primary power grid, to avoid an electrical shock

Read Article

Scientists discover largest rotating structures in the universe

The results published in Nature Astronomy signify that angular momentum can be generated on unprecedented scales

Read Article

'Divine Vessel' to mark China's first human spaceflight since 2016

Shenzhou-12, meaning 'Divine Vessel', will be the third of 11 missions needed to complete China's space station by 2022. Among them, four will be missions with people on board, potentially…

Read Article

Rogue planets with habitable exomoons may have alien life

Scientists from University of Concepción in Chile have concluded that 'rogue planets' in space may have moons with conditions conducive to life

Read Article

NASA announces two new missions to Venus

The missions have been awarded about $500 million under NASA's Discovery Program, and each is expected to launch in the 2028-2030 timeframe

Read Article

Why NASA recently sent bioluminescent baby squids, tardigrades into space

With 5,000 tardigrades and 128 glow-in-the-dark baby squids now in space, the agency hopes to better understand the cosmic secrets of life in space.

Read Article

SpaceX may launch rockets from ocean spaceport by next year: Report

Musk said Deimos, as the spaceport is called, is currently under construction and that the company could use it to host rocket launches in 2022 in a reply to a render of the structure a fan posted…

Read Article

Japan is sending a shape-shifting miniature robot to the Moon

JAXA has collaborated with Sony, Doshisha University and toymaker Tomy to create a ball-shaped robot capable of transformation and the goal of this quirky robot will be to study the lunar soil…

Read Article

A piece of space debris recently damaged the International Space Station

Repairs in space can be extremely challenging, which why scientists track pieces of debris to steer clear of any collisions that may cause damage

Read Article

China to send 3 male astronauts to its space station in June

The plans for the station's first crew were confirmed to state television by Yang Liwei, the manned space programme's deputy chief designer, as an automated spacecraft was launched with fuel and…

Read Article

China cargo craft docks with space station module 

A Long March 7 rocket carrying the Tianzhou-2 cargo craft, loaded with essentials such as food, equipment and fuel, blasted off late on Saturday from the Wenchang launch site on the tropical…

Read Article

NASA shares glimpse of Milky Way's energy-packed 'downtown'

The Milky Way’s extremely energised downtown is situated 26,000 light years away and the image represents an array of celestial objects - from remains of supernova to black holes

Read Article

General Motors and Lockheed Martin Corp team up for NASA's lunar rover venture

GM and Lockheed said they would collaborate to make a battery-powered, autonomous Lunar Terrain Vehicle for NASA's Artemis lunar landing program, which aims to return US astronauts to the moon as…

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Solar Eclipse dazzles the world

A solar eclipse will be visible over the Earth's northern hemisphere on Thursday with parts of Canada and Siberia privy to the best view of the celestial event.

 

 

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French astronaut captures stunning images of Earth's marvels from International Space Station

Thomas Pesquet, a French astronaut is making headlines for his eye-grabbing images of our beloved planet Earth taken from the International Space Station. 

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NASA and SpaceX launch a new four-astronaut team to International Space Station

After being delayed a day by adverse weather along the flight path, The Crew-2 mission blasts off from pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida

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Russians celebrate 60 years since Yuri Gagarin's spaceflight

Russians on Monday celebrate the 60th anniversary of the first manned flight to space carried out by cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin as the Soviet hero remains one of the most admired figures in the country

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From Moon to Mars: Milestones in space exploration

The development of ballistic missiles, first used by Germany toward the end of World War II, paved the way for the launch vehicles that would fuel a space race between the Soviet Union and the Unit

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Women who graced outer space and changed it forever

As countries step up their attempts at controlling space while expanding exploration, at the helm of these pursuits have been women.

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As Perseverance completes pilot test drive on Mars, what's next for the rover?

Perseverance - the Mars rover successfully completed its first test drive on Mars, US space agency NASA said on Friday.

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What's behind these strange stripes in Russia? NASA answers!

Strange geological stripes in Russia have perplexed researchers at NASA.

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'Great Conjunction' of Saturn and Jupiter brings delight on Earth

The evening sky over the Northern Hemisphere treated stargazers to a once-in-a-lifetime illusion on Monday as the solar system's two biggest planets appeared to meet in a celestial alignment that a

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Solar eclipse plunges South America into darkness for two minutes

A two-minute long solar eclipse made thousands of heads turn toward the sky in Southern America as countries like Chile and Argentina were plunged into darkness.

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Top 10 mind-bending space discoveries and observations from 2020

A lot happened in space throughout 2020. From the discovery of water on Moon, to the discovery of lakes burrowed deep inside the surface of Mars - space was quite lit in 2020!

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NEOWISE: Rare comet trails night skies across the globe

The newly discovered comet 'NEOWISE' or C/2020 F3 dazzled the night sky on Earth this month and left behind a tail of gas and dust debris as it moved through the sky.

Let's take a look:

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You can see these 5 planets in the night skies all week long!

One can witness the marvels of space and the universe in the sky this week. And that too with your naked eyes - we kid you not!

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Let’s light this candle: SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launched in Florida marking a historic moment

SpaceX, the private rocket company owned by tech-giant Elon Musk, launched two Americans into orbit from Florida on Saturdaymarking the first spaceflight of NASA astronauts from US soil in nine yea

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