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Colossal dust storm has engulfed the entire red planet in thick haze

Colossal dust storm has engulfed the entire red planet in thick haze

Our planet has seen a number of pretty devastating dust storms on the history, however, not even one of the storms could envelop the entire planet since it would require a great amount of...
12 new moons found around Jupiter of which, one is an oddball

12 new moons found around Jupiter of which, one is an oddball

Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system with 67 moons as of the last count. Jupiter has intrigued scientists for decades now and they recently discovered 12 new moons orbiting the giant...
A 62-feet asteroid NM 2018 will zip past the Earth tomorrow morning

A 62-feet asteroid 2018 NM will zip past the Earth tomorrow morning

A space rock the size of two London red buses will hurtle past the Earth at a velocity of 6.7 kilometers per second or 14,987mph and could cause grave damage if it were to...
Scientists found quadrillion tons of diamonds stashed under the depth of the Earth

Scientists found quadrillion tons of diamonds stashed under the depth of the Earth

Diamonds, the rarest and one of the most precious minerals found on the face of the Earth are not so rare in reality. According to the latest research, there is a huge stash of...

Watch out for Venus tonight; Mars, Mercury, Jupiter and more will be visible this...

This week is great for skywatchers as there will be numerous celestial sightings one could glance upon during night both with naked eye and with aid telescopes or binoculars. On July 15, our neighboring...
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 one of the popular launch sites for the launch of rockets carrying spacecraft, rovers, satellites, etc. The two towers erected on complex 17 were...
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 in 2011. The current contract with Russia’s space agency will...
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 telescope with 64-dishes was inaugurated on Friday at a remote...
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 Burj Khalifa in Dubai. Back in 2017, the object was...
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 04 after years of development, testing, and integration. After extensive...
NASA puts Kepler Space Telescope in hibernation mode, might run out of fuel soon

NASA puts Kepler Space Telescope in hibernation mode, might run out of fuel soon

One of the greatest space telescopes may succumb to lack of fuel soon. NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope is running out of fuel, the agency stated in its March press release that at any time,...
U.S. will miss the longest lunar eclipse of the century

U.S. will miss the longest lunar eclipse of the century

A lunar eclipse is due on July 28 that will be viewed across the globe but unfortunately, not in the United States. A lunar eclipse occurs when Sun, Earth, and Moon align in this...

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