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Astronomers Find First Possible Intact Planet Orbiting White Dwarf Star

Using data from NASA missions, an international team of astronomers has found what may be the first intact planet orbiting a white dwarf, the...

Scientists Find Humpback Whales In Crocodile-Infested Australian River

By Phil Mercer Marine experts are planning to rescue humpback whales that have been recorded for the first time in crocodile-infested waters in the Kakadu...

Indian Scientists Develop Process to Make Bricks on Moon for Habitation

Research scientists from the premier Indian Institute of Science (IISc) and the state-run Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) have developed a process to make...

‘Nature-Positive’ Solutions Can Create 395 Million Jobs by 2030: Study

The global COVID-19 pandemic has caused unprecedented job losses and economic uncertainty. As governments and businesses look to stimulate growth, a new study from...

International Satellite Providing Most Accurate Sea Level Data Completes Testing

An international satellite that will collect the most accurate data yet on sea levels around the world, a key indicator of how Earth's warming...

ESA Observes Strong Reduction in Ozone Concentrations Over Arctic

Scientists studying data from a European Space Agency (ESA) satellite say they have observed a strong reduction in ozone concentrations over the Arctic, creating...

Astronomers Discover “Mini-Moon” Which is Temporarily Orbiting The Earth

Astronomers have discovered that a car-sized second natural satellite, commonly called a mini-moon, is temporarily orbiting Earth for the past three years. "Earth has a...

NASA Satellite Reveals More Plants are Growing Around Everest

Researchers have found that plant life is growing and expanding around Mount Everest and across the Himalayan region as the area continues to experience...

NASA Loses Contact with Satellite to Study Distant Planets: Report

NASA has lost contact with a satellite designed to study planets outside our solar system. Mission operators at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California,...

Ethiopia Launches its First Satellite From a Space Station in China

Ethiopia has launched its first satellite. The satellite was launched into space Friday from at a space station in China. Ethiopian and Chinese officials and scientists,...

How to Choose the Best Business ISP?

In this modern era, businesses cannot survive for long without an internet connection. Even in companies where the internet is not the primary means...

ISRO Planning to Launch its Surveillance Satellite Soon

India will put into orbit another of its sharp-eyed surveillance satellite RISAT-2BR1 with synthetic aperture radar on December 11, an Indian space agency official...

Robots May Cut Cost Of Repairing Broken Satellites In Space

As sending humans to space to repair broken satellites is very expensive, researchers are working on robotic satellites that can dock with other satellites...

Reportedly, Musk Aims to Add 30,000 more Internet Satellites in Orbit

Elon Musk's SPACEX reportedly wants to add 30,000 Starlink broadband satellites to the 12,000 it already plans to put into orbit. The firm already has...

Chinese Satellite Searches for Invisible Dark Matter but also Explores Origin of Cosmic Rays

A Chinese satellite, named 'Monkey King', has not only searched for the invisible dark matter but also explored the origin of cosmic rays or...

Rocket that’s Last of Its Kind Delivers Newest, Most Powerful GPS Satellite to Orbit

A rocket that’s the last of its kind delivered the newest, most powerful GPS satellite to orbit for the Air Force on Thursday. United Launch...

SpaceX Launches 60 Satellites to Provide Internet Service

A SpaceX rocket has launched 60 satellites into orbit, which will be used to provide internet service from space. The rocket was launched Thursday night...

ISRO to Launch Radar Imaging Satellite Soon

India will launch RISAT-2B, a radar imaging earth observation satellite, using Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle-Core Alone (PSLV-CA) variant, on May 22, the Indian Space Research...

NASA Slams India’s A-SAT Test, Calls It A ‘Terrible Thing’

 NASA has slammed India's anti-satellite missile (A-SAT) test last week saying it has increased risk to the International Space Station (ISS) and may launch...

India to Launch Electronic Intelligence Satellite Soon

India on April 1 will launch an electronic intelligence satellite Emisat for the Defence Research Development Organisation (DRDO) along with 28 third party satellites and also demonstrate its...

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