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Gigantic black holes merge to produce gravitational waves

Physicists last year successfully detected the elusive gravitational waves which were predicted by Albert Einstein in the mid-nineteenth century on the basis of his famous general theory of relativity...  Read More

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Gigantic black holes merge to produce gravitational waves

Physicists last year successfully detected the elusive gravitational waves which were predicted by Albert Einstein in the mid-nineteenth century on the basis of his famous general ...   Read More

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Nine US companies are competing to help NASA put small landers on the Moon

NASA has planned to partner with US aerospace firms for its mission to deploy robotic landers on the Moon. NASA is finally prepared to send astronauts to the lunar surface after mo...   Read More

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NASA successfully lands Insight probe on Mars to study the planet’s interior

It is a momentous occasion for the team at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), as the Insight robotic probe has successfully landed on Mars. This is the eighth successful...   Read More

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SpaceX Renames its Big Falcon Rocket Spaceship

The name of the forthcoming passenger spaceship of SpaceX was changed from Big Falcon Rocket to Starship on Tuesday. There is no information about the reason behind the name change...   Read More

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Elon Musk’s Smoking Marijuana Stunt Prompts NASA Review: SpaceX and Boing Co under Scanner

In the wake of SpaceX and Boing Co flying astronauts to International Space Station, the United States space agency NASA plans to review their workplace safety culture, prior to cr...   Read More

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NASA finalizes a landing site for the 2020 Mars mission

The stage is set for NASA’s Mars mission that is to be carried out in 2020. After years of research, debate, and verification, NASA has finally chosen a landing site on the r...   Read More

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Oros Uses Space Technology to Create the Warmest Jackets on Earth for this winter

Winter is here, we might be experiencing the coldest climate in 2018-2019. For that Oros has seen a great opportunity and has used NASA’s aerogel material for its products. T...   Read More

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After nine years of service, the Kepler space telescope orbits into retirement

It is definitely the end of an era in space exploration. The iconic Kepler space telescope, Nasa’splanet hunter is finally hanging up its boots. Launched in 2009, its mission...   Read More

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Despite the failure of Russian rocket ‘Soyuz’, NASA still plans to launch it in December

Although Soyuz is a reliable rocket, its recent failure during a space mission to the International Space Station came out as shocking news to the space scientists. Even though the...   Read More

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The Curiosity Rover on Mars is to switch over to an alternative brain to continue functioning

It is standard practice in space science and astronomy to over-engineer objects that need to be launched into orbit, or better yet to another planet.  This is done by adding b...   Read More


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