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NASA’s Kepler Discovered Kepler 186f – The Most Earth-like Planet Yet

NASA’s Kepler Discovered Kepler 186f – The Most Earth-like Planet Yet

Space agency NASA launched its Kepler space telescope on 7 March, 2009. Since then, the telescope had been engaged searching Earth-like planets in space. However, lately it’s been reported that Kepler has discovered the most Earth-like planet yet.

By On April 18, 2014 Respond
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Russia Is Gearing Up For A Permanent Moon Base

Russia Is Gearing Up For A Permanent Moon Base

After Russia’s move on Crimea, many had speculated that the Cold War days were probably back. This notion is reaffirmed by yet another official announcement by a Russian official, stating that Russia aims to establish a permanent Moon base.

By On April 15, 2014 Respond
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NASA’s OSIRIS-REx Probe Will Collect Samples And Return To Earth: Lockheed Martin

NASA’s OSIRIS-REx Probe Will Collect Samples And Return To Earth: Lockheed Martin

For long time we’ve been hearing that NASA will launch a $800 million probe called OSIRIS-REx towards an asteroid. Lately, Lockheed Martin has announced that OSIRIS-REx will go into space, collect samples of that asteroid and return to Earth.

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NASA Discovers Hidden Ocean On Enceladus, Saturn’s Moon

NASA Discovers Hidden Ocean On Enceladus, Saturn’s Moon

In our search for life outside our planet, scientists may have found a vivid hint now. NASA has discovered a huge ocean of liquid water under the thick crust of ice on Saturn’s Moon, Enceladus.

By On April 8, 2014 Respond
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[Video] NASA Captures A Mid-Level Solar Flare

[Video] NASA Captures A Mid-Level Solar Flare

Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Cosmos reminds us, yet again, how poetically beautiful the space is. A NASA video now reaffirms this notion. In the video, the space agency was able to capture a mid-level solar flare.

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[Update] NASA’s Lunar Probe LADEE To Crash Into The Moon This Month

[Update] NASA’s Lunar Probe LADEE To Crash Into The Moon This Month

NASA launched its lunar spacecraft LADEE to study the lunar exosphere and dust in the Moon’s vicinity. Recently, NASA has announced that LADEE crash into Moon on or before April 21.

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NASA Releases The Biggest, Highest-Resolution Map Of Moon’s North Pole

NASA Releases The Biggest, Highest-Resolution Map Of Moon’s North Pole

NASA has released the largest ever map of Moon’s north pole. The map is a compilation of thousands of high-resolution images and has been made available for free as an interactive, zoomable tool.

By On March 21, 2014 Respond
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NASA Study Says That Civilization May Collapse Soon

NASA Study Says That Civilization May Collapse Soon

Climate change as well as the uneven distribution of wealth and resources is pushing civilization towards its own demise. This has been revealed by a recent study commissioned by NASA.

By On March 20, 2014 Respond
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MESSENGER Team Celebrated 3rd Orbital Anniversary, New Findings Comfirmed

MESSENGER Team Celebrated 3rd Orbital Anniversary, New Findings Comfirmed

Yesterday, the team behind NASA’s robotic spacecraft MESSENGER celebrated the 3rd orbital anniversary of the spacecraft and confirmed that spacecraft has got new findings which will be disclosed in 25 papers at the 45th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference.

By On March 19, 2014 Respond
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[Video] An Astronaut Was About To Die Due To Water Leakage Into His Helmet, But Survived

[Video] An Astronaut Was About To Die Due To Water Leakage Into His Helmet, But Survived

Last year during a spacewalk outside the ISS, an astronaut was about to die as water was leaking into his helmet. He was so lucky that he survived, thanks to another astronaut. However, here’s the exclusive video of that incident.

By On March 14, 2014 Respond
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NASA Invites Computer Programmers To Become Asteroid Hunter

NASA Invites Computer Programmers To Become Asteroid Hunter

Earlier we have seen NASA seeking help from people to hunt asteroids. That’s not all. We have also seen NASA giving students a chance to name an asteroid that may hit Earth in future. And lately, NASA has invited computer programmers to become an asteroid hunter.

By On March 13, 2014 Respond
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NASA Gave Jet Fuel On Discount To Google, Finally Admitted

NASA Gave Jet Fuel On Discount To Google, Finally Admitted

Many executives of Google use private jet for their transport, no matter whether it is related to personal or official work. Every jet needs jet fuel to fly. The buzzing news is – lately space agency NASA has admitted that in the past, it sold jet fuel on discount to Google.

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NASA Discovered New Evidence Of Water In Mars’ Meteorite

NASA Discovered New Evidence Of Water In Mars’ Meteorite

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.

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NASA Using Satellites To Track California’s Terrible Drought

NASA Using Satellites To Track California’s Terrible Drought

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.

By On March 2, 2014 Respond
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NASA Solved The Mystery Of ‘Jelly Doughnut’ Shaped Rock On Mars

NASA Solved The Mystery Of ‘Jelly Doughnut’ Shaped Rock On Mars

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.

By On February 16, 2014 Respond
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