US Space NASA's new rover InSight has successfully landed on the surface of Mars. The rover will examine the interior of the planet. If everything goes according to plan, Mars will be the second planet after Earth that gets its interior examined this way.
With the advent of technology and especially astronomy apps, teaching space to the young has become easier.
What makes a metal precious? We surely cannot forge jewelry with Graphene, but it sure has some very promising industrial use.
TESS is expected to launch on April 16th, 2018, The spacecraft will conduct an all-sky survey, starting with the Southern Hemisphere in its first year. MAny follow-up interstellar probes will be planned depending on its findings.
NASA's New Horizon is the first man-made craft to visit Pluto. Yet again, it has broken another record, unchallenged for a whopping 27 years. It captured images of the Kuiper Belt from a distance of 3.79 miles from Earth.
History has been made. Mission control received the confirmation signal at 8:52:37PM EST, New Horizons had successful Pluto Flyby. More details include when we will see more spectacular images.
All science operation will resume on 7th July, and NASA has confirmed its not going to affect any primary objectives of the New Horizons' Pluto mission.
So, now we all should feel proud? We are part of history! Or do you think its time to take it more seriously? Work on decreasing carbon emission, better use of energy, work on alternatives, save the forest, plant more tree? Otherwise if we keep making this type of record soon there will be no one left to celebrate!
Human waste can be used in many things. The buzzing news is space agency NASA has planned to use human waste to power rockets!
You might have watched solar eclipse or lunar eclipse from Earth's surface. Now, lets watch a lunar eclipse that was occurred on October 8 from Mercury's orbit, thanks to space agency NASA's robotic spacecraft MESSENGER.