Although having a speed of speed of 186,000 miles per second in vacuum, light can pass through a black hole. In fact, black holes suck everything around them. So is there any chance that one day the Earth will be a prey of it? Let’s find out.
NASA scientists strongly believe that Mars obviously has water hidden somewhere under its surface. And seems like they are right. Lately NASA scientists have discovered new evidence of water in Mars’ meteorite.
Since late fall of 2013, California has been experiencing a terrible drought that turned much of the state into a wasteland. So, space agency NASA is now using its satellites to track California’s terrible drought.
A nine-meter wide satellite named Envisat lost contact in 2012 and now is orbiting under an altitude of 491 miles (790 km). Many scientists are saying that this lost satellite could become a big threat for us any time.
Last month, Mars rover Opportunity discovered a jelly doughnut shaped rock on Mars. Since the discovery, this rock created a great mystery. But the good news is, the mystery of ‘Jelly Doughnut’ shaped rock on Mars is now solved.
Space agency NASA believes that Mars has the capability to support life. And lately, two of NASA’s Mars rovers have captured new images of Mars which show that flowing water may still exist today on the planet.
Remember NASA’s space telescope Kepler that had been suffering from malfunction and hence, its journey for hunting new Earth-like planets became uncertain? NASA was hardly trying to resurrect Kepler and the good news is Kepler is now back online.
NASA’s MESSENGER spacecraft has been in orbit around Mercury since 2011. Scientists expected that the probe might have captured around 2,000 images of Mercury until now. But surprisingly, MESSENGER has sent more than 200,000 images of the planet.
To understand the universe’s reionization, researchers have made many models of space, each comes with different logic and explanation. Lately, some researchers have made a new model, explaining that black holes and neutron stars drove universe’s reionization.
When astronaut Don Pettit was at the International Space Station (ISS), he successfully grew Zucchini (one type of vegetable). This inspired NASA to farm vegetables in space. But are the space-grown vegetables safe to eat? Well, according to Russian scientists, space-grown vegetables are safe to eat.
In 2012, skydiver Felix Baumgartner jumped from 128,000 feet above the ground and made a new world record. However, lately a video has been released showing what Felix Baumgartner saw during his free-fall.
Weather observation is about to get a next-generation technology, thanks to the Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) satellite that has been in works for years. This satellite allows real-time measurement of rain and snowfall at a global scale.
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