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  • China’s Satellite Takes Rare Pictures Of Moon’s Far Side

    China’s Satellite Takes Rare Pictures Of Moon’s Far Side

    LongJiang-2, the Chinese satellite has been successful in taking a spectacular picture of the faraway side of the Moon where our Earth is appearing like a small dot besides it. The small blue marble like presence of the Earth behind the Moon is a sight which will definitely makes us as humans feel very small and insignificant. Astronomer Bassa who…

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  • Climatic Impact Is Rather Difficult To Counterbalance The Plant Growth

    Climatic Impact Is Rather Difficult To Counterbalance The Plant Growth

    The most falsified fact is that carbon dioxide is plant food. As per the photosynthetic process, only increasing its levels in the atmosphere can help the plants boost its growth. There are even some variants that the plants are starved of carbon dioxide whereas some suggest the plants consume carbon for their fast growth and keep the global warming in…

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  • State Of Emergency Announced In The U.S. Measles Outburst

    State Of Emergency Announced In The U.S. Measles Outburst

    A state of emergency was announced recently in the western U.S. state of Washington after a measles outburst that has impacted over two dozen people and the majority of them are children. It was publicized earlier that the disease was eradicated in the U.S. in 2000 but has ever since made a return that is attached to imported cases and…

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  • Solar Corona Is Boiling Hot, Thanks To The Turbulence Emergence

    Solar Corona Is Boiling Hot, Thanks To The Turbulence Emergence

    The corona of the Sun is millions of degrees hotter than its outer surface. Thus, the Sun totally defies the traditionally gathered scientific understanding. The astrophysicists from the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) along with other scientists have found the reason for the corona’s extreme hotness. The team has found the magnetic bubbles’…

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  • NASA And Its Astronauts Are Decelerated By Government Shutdown, But Not Grounded

    NASA And Its Astronauts Are Decelerated By Government Shutdown, But Not Grounded

    Reportedly, NASA has not been completely grounded by the government shutdown. The partial shutdown, which is the country’s longest ever, at 24 days and still counting, has of course had a grave influence on the space agency. More than 95% of NASA workers have been furloughed, and growth effort on most future space missions has been reduced or deferred. Certainly,…

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  • Scientists Found Geckos Defying Physics

    Scientists Found Geckos Defying Physics

    Gecko can climb walls, but these reptiles are also capable of running across the water as fast as they move on the ground. How these Geckos manage to avoid sinking into the water is still a mystery until now. The water walking ability has been found in smaller animals such as water striders. This is because of their light weight…

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  • A Process Stabilizing Fusion Plasmas Is Discovered By Scientists

    A Process Stabilizing Fusion Plasmas Is Discovered By Scientists

    Scientists looking for to bring the fusion reaction that influences the Stars and the Sun to Earth must preserve the superhot plasma free from disturbances. Now, researchers at the Department of Energy in the U.S. have revealed a process that can benefit to control the interruptions, which were supposed to be most dangerous. Duplicating fusion, which releases endless energy by…

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  • SpaceX Crew Fragon Flight Scheduled On Jan 7

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    January 7 has been set as the date for the launch of an uncrewed SpaceX Dragon spacecraft which is the first ever commercial crew test flight. It is all set to begin a series of high-stake missions in 2019. NASA stated in 21st November that Falcon 9’s launch of Crew Dragon spacecraft on Demo-1 mission will take place from Launch…

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  • NASA Sets Its Eyes On The Nuclear Reactors For Future Power Generation When In Space

    NASA Sets Its Eyes On The Nuclear Reactors For Future Power Generation When In Space

    NASA has declared on using the latest style of the nuclear generator which can be permanently fixed on the lunar outposts or become a part of the deep-space missions in the next few decades. The solar system exploration demands for more of a power source for the landing, examination, and launching purposes. The plan to use solar radiations to produce ample power…

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  • Huge Meteorite Impact Crater Unearthed Buried Under Greenland Ice

    Huge Meteorite Impact Crater Unearthed Buried Under Greenland Ice

      NASA has declared the detection of a huge meteorite impact crater buried deep under the Greenland ice. It measures 1,000 ft deep and more than 19 miles wide, making it among the top 25 biggest impact craters existing on the planet. The finding was made by a research team directed by Centre for GeoGenetics, the Natural History Museum of…

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