NASA's InSight lander detects two new quakes on Mars

InSight’s primary instrument is a French-built seismometer, designed to record the slightest vibrations from 'marsquakes' and meteor impacts around the planet

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NASA's crew in Soyuz MS-18 docks at ISS after flight honouring Gagarin

NASA's Mark Vande Hei and Russia's Oleg Novitskiy and Pyotr Dubrov will spend six months in the ISS working on biology, biotechnology, and Earth science experiments

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'Say Cheese' time for Perseverance as Mars rover sends stunning selfie with helicopter

The US space agency said that the image was captured using a camera called WATSON

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Five things to know about Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin, first human to travel into space

Decades later, Gagarin's journey has become shrouded in myth after many details about the historic mission were for years kept secret by the Soviets

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Scientists discover X-rays coming from Uranus for the first time

Astronomers have observed that both Jupiter and Saturn scatter X-ray light given off by the Sun, similar to how Earth's atmosphere scatters the Sun's light

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NASA's Hubble Space Telescope captures stunning image of Veil Nebula

The Veil Nebula is the visible portion of the nearby Cygnus Loop, a supernova remnant formed roughly 10,000 years ago by the death of a massive star

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Astronomers discover previously unknown ancient crater lake on Mars

The crater's floor has unmistakable geologic evidence of ancient stream beds and ponds, yet there's no evidence of inlet channels where water could have entered the crater from outside, and no…

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Light pollution from satellites, space waste poses risk to astronomy

The European Space Agency (ESA) said that more than 9,200 tonnes of space objects present in the Earth's orbit, that include defunct satellites

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SpaceX names two citizen astronauts for first all-civilian spaceflight

The two latest citizen astronauts were introduced at a news briefing livestreamed from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida by SpaceX human spaceflight chief Benji Reed and billionaire entrepreneur…

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Apophis the asteroid is not hurling towards Earth... But only for now!

For the last 15 years, scientists have been worried about Apophis ramming into Earth

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'Fly my pretties': Elon Musk tweets after SpaceX launches Falcon 9 for ninth time

Falcon 9 rocket has now become the first fleet in SpaceX to successfully launch and land nine times

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Scientists just spotted most distant radio blast to ever reach Earth!

Among the brightest objects in the universe, quasars are found at the centre of some galaxies and are powered by black holes that are supermassive. The quasar in question is peculiarly important…

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SpaceX rocket explodes on ground

The rocket exploded a few minutes before it was making a soft landing as it was thrown into the air and crashed back to the ground.

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As NASA finishes final tests of James Webb Space Telescope, here's a look at its supreme capabilities

The James Webb Space Telescope is part of an international programme led by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) along with the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Canadian…

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'Dear Moon': Japanese billionaire invites applications for space expedition

A Japanese billionaire is giving people a once in a blue moon kind of opportunity by sending out invitations to eight people from around the world for a private lunar expedition

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NASA delays Mars copter flight for tech check

NASA calls the unprecedented helicopter operation highly risky but says it could reap invaluable data about the conditions on Mars

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NASA's InSight lander detects two new quakes on Mars

InSight’s primary instrument is a French-built seismometer, designed to record the slightest vibrations from 'marsquakes' and meteor impacts around the planet

Read Article

NASA's crew in Soyuz MS-18 docks at ISS after flight honouring Gagarin

NASA's Mark Vande Hei and Russia's Oleg Novitskiy and Pyotr Dubrov will spend six months in the ISS working on biology, biotechnology, and Earth science experiments

Read Article

'Say Cheese' time for Perseverance as Mars rover sends stunning selfie with helicopter

The US space agency said that the image was captured using a camera called WATSON

Read Article

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… Read Article

Five things to know about Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin, first human to travel into space

Decades later, Gagarin's journey has become shrouded in myth after many details about the historic mission were for years kept secret by the Soviets

Read Article

Scientists discover X-rays coming from Uranus for the first time

Astronomers have observed that both Jupiter and Saturn scatter X-ray light given off by the Sun, similar to how Earth's atmosphere scatters the Sun's light

Read Article

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope captures stunning image of Veil Nebula

The Veil Nebula is the visible portion of the nearby Cygnus Loop, a supernova remnant formed roughly 10,000 years ago by the death of a massive star

Read Article

Astronomers discover previously unknown ancient crater lake on Mars

The crater's floor has unmistakable geologic evidence of ancient stream beds and ponds, yet there's no evidence of inlet channels where water could have entered the crater from outside, and no…

Read Article

Light pollution from satellites, space waste poses risk to astronomy

The European Space Agency (ESA) said that more than 9,200 tonnes of space objects present in the Earth's orbit, that include defunct satellites

Read Article

SpaceX names two citizen astronauts for first all-civilian spaceflight

The two latest citizen astronauts were introduced at a news briefing livestreamed from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida by SpaceX human spaceflight chief Benji Reed and billionaire entrepreneur…

Read Article

Apophis the asteroid is not hurling towards Earth... But only for now!

For the last 15 years, scientists have been worried about Apophis ramming into Earth

Read Article

'Fly my pretties': Elon Musk tweets after SpaceX launches Falcon 9 for ninth time

Falcon 9 rocket has now become the first fleet in SpaceX to successfully launch and land nine times

Read Article

Scientists just spotted most distant radio blast to ever reach Earth!

Among the brightest objects in the universe, quasars are found at the centre of some galaxies and are powered by black holes that are supermassive. The quasar in question is peculiarly important…

Read Article

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. Read Article

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. Read Article

SpaceX rocket explodes on ground

The rocket exploded a few minutes before it was making a soft landing as it was thrown into the air and crashed back to the ground.

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As NASA finishes final tests of James Webb Space Telescope, here's a look at its supreme capabilities

The James Webb Space Telescope is part of an international programme led by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) along with the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Canadian…

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'Dear Moon': Japanese billionaire invites applications for space expedition

A Japanese billionaire is giving people a once in a blue moon kind of opportunity by sending out invitations to eight people from around the world for a private lunar expedition

Read Article

Turns out Mars underwent not one, but up to 20 separate ice ages!

For long, scientists wondered whether the glaciers on Mars formed as a result of a single Ice Age or by multiple ice ages. Now they have some answers

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NASA delays Mars copter flight for tech check

NASA calls the unprecedented helicopter operation highly risky but says it could reap invaluable data about the conditions on Mars

Read Article

NASA's InSight lander detects two new quakes on Mars

InSight’s primary instrument is a French-built seismometer, designed to record the slightest vibrations from 'marsquakes' and meteor impacts around the planet

Read Article

NASA's crew in Soyuz MS-18 docks at ISS after flight honouring Gagarin

NASA's Mark Vande Hei and Russia's Oleg Novitskiy and Pyotr Dubrov will spend six months in the ISS working on biology, biotechnology, and Earth science experiments

Read Article

'Say Cheese' time for Perseverance as Mars rover sends stunning selfie with helicopter

The US space agency said that the image was captured using a camera called WATSON

Read Article

Five things to know about Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin, first human to travel into space

Decades later, Gagarin's journey has become shrouded in myth after many details about the historic mission were for years kept secret by the Soviets

Read Article

Scientists discover X-rays coming from Uranus for the first time

Astronomers have observed that both Jupiter and Saturn scatter X-ray light given off by the Sun, similar to how Earth's atmosphere scatters the Sun's light

Read Article

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope captures stunning image of Veil Nebula

The Veil Nebula is the visible portion of the nearby Cygnus Loop, a supernova remnant formed roughly 10,000 years ago by the death of a massive star

Read Article

Astronomers discover previously unknown ancient crater lake on Mars

The crater's floor has unmistakable geologic evidence of ancient stream beds and ponds, yet there's no evidence of inlet channels where water could have entered the crater from outside, and no…

Read Article

Light pollution from satellites, space waste poses risk to astronomy

The European Space Agency (ESA) said that more than 9,200 tonnes of space objects present in the Earth's orbit, that include defunct satellites

Read Article

SpaceX names two citizen astronauts for first all-civilian spaceflight

The two latest citizen astronauts were introduced at a news briefing livestreamed from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida by SpaceX human spaceflight chief Benji Reed and billionaire entrepreneur…

Read Article

Apophis the asteroid is not hurling towards Earth... But only for now!

For the last 15 years, scientists have been worried about Apophis ramming into Earth

Read Article

'Fly my pretties': Elon Musk tweets after SpaceX launches Falcon 9 for ninth time

Falcon 9 rocket has now become the first fleet in SpaceX to successfully launch and land nine times

Read Article

Scientists just spotted most distant radio blast to ever reach Earth!

Among the brightest objects in the universe, quasars are found at the centre of some galaxies and are powered by black holes that are supermassive. The quasar in question is peculiarly important…

Read Article

SpaceX rocket explodes on ground

The rocket exploded a few minutes before it was making a soft landing as it was thrown into the air and crashed back to the ground.

Read Article

As NASA finishes final tests of James Webb Space Telescope, here's a look at its supreme capabilities

The James Webb Space Telescope is part of an international programme led by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) along with the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Canadian…

Read Article

'Dear Moon': Japanese billionaire invites applications for space expedition

A Japanese billionaire is giving people a once in a blue moon kind of opportunity by sending out invitations to eight people from around the world for a private lunar expedition

Read Article

Turns out Mars underwent not one, but up to 20 separate ice ages!

For long, scientists wondered whether the glaciers on Mars formed as a result of a single Ice Age or by multiple ice ages. Now they have some answers

Read Article

Scientists confirm existence of space hurricanes

These space hurricanes can lead to increased satellite problems, disturbances in high-frequency radio communications satellite navigation, communication systems and more

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NASA recently created artificial glowing clouds in the Earth's atmosphere!

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration recently unveiled a new experiment - the Super Soaker mission. Quite literally, the agency created artificial glowing clouds

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NASA renames headquarters to honour 'hidden figures' scientist Mary Jackson

She worked with NASA for 34 years where she started as a mathematician conducting research but went on to become the first African-American female engineer

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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

Read Article

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.

Read Article

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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