Space Policy update

  Changes in Space policies has created a whisper in the whole space industry. The initiatives by the administration are closely monitored by everyone who commercially thinks of space. Jim Bridenstine on June 12, while addressing Space Transport Association stated that there is a need of an increase in commercial space activities.  In response to the two space policies signed by president Donald Trump, he …

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Dust Storm: A threat to Opportunity Mars Rover

  Opportunity landed on Mars on 24th January 2005, almost five n half months after its launching on 7th July 2003.”Oppy” is the name taken by its fans. A mission manager at NASA working for Opportunity Mars Rover confirms that Opportunity Mars Rover NASA has lost its contact with the Earth due to a massive dust storm which is blotting out the sun, resulting in …

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NASA’s Knowledge Of Space Rocks Is Flawed And Unreliable

  Thousands of space rocks of varying size pass by the Earth every year. NASA constantly scans the outer space around the Earth to maintain a database of asteroids that are heading towards our planet. This helps them to determine which asteroids are likely to be on a collision course with our planet. They then focus on those asteroids to get more information about them …

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A data collected from NASA’s Dawn mission suggests that organic material may be present on Ceres in abundance

  Recently scientists have concluded that there may be an abundant amount of organic material present on the surface of the dwarf planet Ceres. A significant data collected from NASA was studied to conclude this. Last year an announcement was made by science daily report that organic material is found on the surface of Ceres. Later Brown University conducted thorough research on data collected from …

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Truly incredible INDIA

  How different would the life be if the year lasted only 19.5 days? The age of people would be some hundred years or more while still young. Human fantasies are random. So are the observations of our scientists. While NASA identified a black hole, an exciting discovery has been made in India too, a Sub-Saturn exo-planet which was orbiting a sun-like a star at …

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Alien life exists!

  Have you ever wondered if Aliens were present in the space, how would they handle the radiations in the three-star Alpha Centauri System? We have heard of high radiation levels causing damage to our planet or skin or eyes, but what would happen if the radiation levels were lower than required, will life still sustain? If yes, then there are aliens living close to …

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Can Collision Of Evenly Matched Galaxies Create Something Interesting?

  The violent collision between two galaxies is a common occurrence in the outer space. But this collision can sometimes create something really interesting by turning the black holes of the galaxies into two different quasars. Quasars are those celestial bodies that can emit an exceptionally massive amount of energy especially in the form of light and hence, they are one of the brightest objects …

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Can NASA’s Opportunity Rover Battle The Massive Dust Storm on Mars?

  A massive dust storm is rattling Mars now where NASA’s Opportunity rover is currently positioned. The storm has to force to cut off the connection between the space bot and the Earth not just temporarily but permanently. The reason is that the dust layer is so thick that the Sun is not visible from the surface of Mars. Due to this, Opportunity rover’s solar …

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JUPITER EXPLORATION MISSION JUNO TO GET AN EXTENSION 

  According to the inside sources of the NASA’s JUNO mission, the space shuttle that has been exploring Jupiter since 5 July,2015 is most likely to get an extension for three years.  Fir the past two years, the spacecraft has been greatly helpful for scientists in understanding the conditions of the planet. JUNO has sent some terrific data of the planet’s elusive core and huge …

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