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COVID-19 Outbreak Has Reduced Pollution Levels: ESA

The European Space Agency (ESA) has noted a positive effect of the world-wide coronavirus outbreak, saying satellite data is showing reduced air pollution in...

Scientists Track Chinese Space Station as It Falls to Earth

Scientists track the Chinese Space Station It will fall on Earth soon Scientists are trying to locate the exact location where it will fall Scientists...

American Record-Breaking NASA Astronaut Peggy Whitson Set to Return Back to Earth After 288-Days Space Mission

Nasa astronaut Peggy Whitson set to return back to Earth from International Space Station The astronauts return after completing 288 days in space...

Report: China Developing Advanced Lunar Mission Spaceship

BEIJING, 11 March, 2017:  China is developing an advanced new spaceship capable of both flying in low-Earth orbit and landing on the moon, according...

Crash site of ill-fated Schiaparelli probe found on the surface of Mars, says European Space Agency

The European Space Agency says it has found the crash site of its ill-fated Schiaparelli probe on the surface of Mars ExoMars Flight...

Giant Metre-wave Radio Telescope in Maharashtra tracks landing of European Space Agency’s Spacecraft on Mars mission

Pune, October 20, 2016: In a major achievement, the Giant Metre-wave Radio Telescope (GMRT) at Khodad in Pune tracked the landing of a European Space...

European Space Agency led Mars lander starts descent to red planet

October 17, 2016: A European Space Agency experimental probe is expected to land Wednesday on Mars, as part of a mission aimed at exploring the...

Nod to Arianespace for launch of ISRO satellite

Chennai: European space agency Arianespace has got the nod to go ahead with the November 10 launch of Indian communication satellite GSAT-15 and Arabsat-6B,...

Arianespace to soon decide on launching Indian GSAT-15

GSAT-15 is the 18th satellite built by Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and 19th payload launched by Arianespace, the statement said. "Since the launch of the experimental satellite Apple on Flight L03 in 1981, Arianespace has orbited 86 percent of the contracts for geostationary launches that India opened to bids by non-Indian launch systems," the European space agency said.

Scientists to hunt for alien life on Jupiter moons

  London: After a successful mission to Pluto last week, scientists are preparing to launch a probe to search for life on the icy moons of...

Cassini mission discovers ‘lakes’ on Saturn’s moon Titan

Washington: A study using data from the joint NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) Cassini mission suggests the Saturn moon Titan's surface indentation that...

Venus could have active volcanoes, says research

New York: Venus, the Earth's nearest neighbour may be volcanically active, suggests new research that found temporary spikes in temperature at several spots on the...

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