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Two towers at Cape Canaveral Launch Complex 17 finally demolished

Two towers at Cape Canaveral Launch Complex 17 finally demolished

Cape Canaveral is known to all space enthusiasts as it is one of the popular launch sites for the launch of rockets carrying spacecraft,...
Audit reports from GAO suggest a gap in U.S' access to the ISS

Audit reports from GAO suggest a gap in U.S’ access to the ISS

As of now, NASA depends on Russia’s space agency Roscosmos to take its astronauts to the ISS ever since its Space Shuttle program ended...
Apple launched new MacBook Pro models with Touch Bar, new RAM, eighth-gen CPU and True Tone Screen

Apple launched new MacBook Pro models with Touch Bar, new RAM, eighth-gen CPU and...

On July 12, Apple finally launched its update for Apple MacBook Pro with two new and updated 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro models with...
YouTube TV will offer a week of free service after Wednesday's service interruption during FIFA semifinals

YouTube TV will offer a week of free service after Wednesday’s service interruption during...

It’s Wednesday, the day when Croatia was playing against England at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Semifinal and right at the middle of the...
MeerKAT, world's largest radio telescope will capture 50 times sensitive image than Hubble

MeerKAT, world’s largest radio telescope will capture images more sensitive than Hubble

In a feat to discover the hidden truth and the unanswered questions that researchers have been studying for decades now, the world’s largest radio...
Apple might disappoint its consumers with alleged internal competitions between its suppliers

Apple might disappoint its consumers with alleged internal competitions between its suppliers

Apple might disappoint the consumers after its next iPhone models launch this fall. As per the latest report, Apple is looking forward to extending...
Researchers found rare binary asteroids using radar & optical observatories

Researchers found rare binary asteroids using telescopes

Asteroid 2017 YE5 is the fourth near-Earth binary object that zoomed past Earth last month with an estimated size taller than the height of...

Higher blood pressure related to concerns of Alzheimer’s, study

There have been various research attempts to outline the risk factors associated with Alzheimer’s disease as well as other degenerative brain conditions such as...

Rare lobster specimen found in Canada

In a recent incident, fisherman Robinson Russell witnessed an amazing spectacle in a lobster haul at the Grand Manan Island in Canada. Among the...

Israel is all set to launch its spacecraft to the moon

Israel announced on Tuesday that it is all set to launch its very first lunar mission in December 2018 aspiring to become the fourth...
Soyuz Progress 70 spacecraft reaches ISS in record time

Soyuz Progress 70 spacecraft reaches ISS in record time

The Russian resupply cargo ship Progress 70 became the fastest spacecraft to reach the International Space Station just under four hours. Roscosmos, the Russian...

Countryside Americans are more likely to attempt suicide, a report says

The news of recurrent deaths of popular celebrities is common in the United States but the news that people in the rural communities are...

World’s oldest color discovered by scientists, and it’s breathtaking

The world's oldest color has been discovered by the scientists from the Australian National University (ANU) and from the overseas. According to the new...

Survey finds a link between genetics and getting hangry

Most of the people feel cranky before the mealtimes. This is the state known as 'Hangry' when the brain mixes being hungry and being...
NASA conducts flights experiments that produce 70 percent less sound

NASA conducts flight experiment that produces 70 percent less sound

The inception of airplanes made the world a small place where the people could commute from one place to another located hundreds and thousands...
Global Warming is reportedly twice as hot compared to the climate predictions made earlier

Global Warming is reportedly twice as hot compared to the climate predictions made earlier

The future might hold something dire for humans as a recent study has confirmed that the climate models prepared for the near future aren’t...
Hawaii bans sunscreens to save endangered corals

Hawaii bans sunscreens to save endangered corals

In an attempt to combat few elements causing harm to the coral reef systems, Hawaii became the first state in the United States and...
Sun-bound Parker Solar Probe gets its heat shield for August 4th launch

Sun-bound Parker Solar Probe gets its heat shield that will withstand more than 2,500°...

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe is being readied at one of the NASA’s facilities towards its mission to the sun scheduled to launch on August...

NASA’s planet seeker Kepler Space Telescope could be retiring soon

NASA officials made an announcement on July 6 which stated that the Kepler Space Telescope was put in a hibernation-like state after finding out...

Pioneer of cardiac surgery passes away at the age of 91

This Friday brought dire news for the medical fraternity as one of the pioneers of thoracic and cardiac surgery, Dr. John Ochsner, passed away...

Potential threat of TB leads to evacuation of hospital in Baltimore

In a startling turn of events, one of the world’s deadliest diseases, Tuberculosis, showed up its dirty face on Thursday. Fear of contamination by...

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