NASA Wants to Send Common Folk Names to Martian Land On Its Mars 2020 Rover

NASA Wants to Send Common Folk Names to Martian Land On Its Mars 2020 Rover

Human Beings have not yet stepped on the Martian land, but now they can send their name there. NASA has initiated a campaign – Send Your Name. It offers an opportunity to place your name on the MARS 2020 rover. The probe is a part of the space agency’s upcoming mission to the red planet. […]

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Scientists Found That Baby Tiger Sharks Often Munch On Land Birds

Scientists Found That Baby Tiger Sharks Often Munch On Land Birds

Baby tiger sharks are now only eating seafood; they are also munching on songbirds. According to a study, published on Tuesday in the journal Ecology, scientists have known the fantastic finding. Generally, baby tiger sharks feed on sea creatures like fish, sea turtles, sea snakes. But scientists have discovered that these baby sharks often feed […]

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NASA Researchers Published First Report of the Ultima Thule Flyby

NASA Researchers Published First Report of the Ultima Thule Flyby

Before few months, NASA published a set of images revealing Ultima Thule – the Kuiper Belt object. At the time, one of NASA’s probe, New Horizons, performed the flyby of 2014 MU69, i.e., Ultima Thule. Now the New Horizons team has another piece of good news. The space agency has published the results of the […]

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A Long-Term Study Suggest Healthy Diet Can Keep Breast Cancer Away in Postmenopausal Women

A Long-Term Study Suggest Healthy Diet Can Keep Breast Cancer Away in Postmenopausal Women

Scientists across the globe are looking for alternatives to treat breast cancer. They have long been inventing ways to avoid the formation of tumours. Interestingly, a new study suggests eating more veggies and fruits and eliminating fats may reduce a woman’s risk of dying from breast cancer. In the first-ever large-scale study, scientists followed around […]

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Elon Musk’s First Ever Internet Satellite, Starlink Would Lift-Off On Thursday

Elon Musk’s First Ever Internet Satellite, Starlink Would Lift-Off On Thursday

After releasing a rap song, now Elon Musk is planning to rock the entire industry once again. Before few months, the Tesla CEO surprised fans by a surprising new song in the loving memory of Harambe, the gorilla. Now SpaceX intends to broadcast the internet from the space. Elon Musk’s rocket company would deploy a […]

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NASA Published Images of Beresheet Crash Site on Lunar Land

NASA Published Images of Beresheet Crash Site on Lunar Land

NASA has published a series of images revealing the crash site of Israel’s non-profit moon lander. Beresheet was very close, and about to land on the lunar surface, but unfortunately, its engine knocked down while falling down. As a result, the mission failed due to a crash landing. The incident happened on April 11 broken […]

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Jeff Bezos Unveiled Blue Origin’s New Lunar Lander – Blue Moon

Jeff Bezos Unveiled Blue Origin’s New Lunar Lander – Blue Moon

On Thursday, Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon and Blue Origin, launched Blue Moon, a new moon lander, along with a smaller rover. While standing in front of the twenty-feet tall spacecraft model, Bezos noted it is an incredible vehicle, and it is going to the moon. He hosted an event in front of select journalists, […]

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Scientists Say They Have Found Holy Grail of Infinitely-Recyclable Plastic

Scientists Say They Have Found Holy Grail of Infinitely-Recyclable Plastic

Life on Earth is nowadays full of plastics. The condition is maybe because plastics are affordable and easy to make. Plastics are even long-lasting; they often amazingly last forever. Those upsides mean very harmful to the environment due to their everlasting nature. Yes, plastic is a non-biodegradable waste. Natural organisms cannot break it down and […]

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Australian Scientists Have Found Antidote for the World’s Most Poisonous Jellyfish

Australian Scientists Have Found Antidote for the World’s Most Poisonous Jellyfish

Scientists at the University of Sydney have found a probable antidote for the sting of the world’s deadliest sea creature. The Australian jellyfish is travelling across tropical waters with three-meter-long tentacles. It has around 60 tentacles that are ready to give a painful, and probably dangerous poison. The creature mostly resides in coastal waters around […]

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NASA Warns a Colossal Asteroid Could Collide into Earth in the Upcoming Eight Years

NASA Warns a Colossal Asteroid Could Collide into Earth in the Upcoming Eight Years

A massive asteroid measuring more than 1,115ft across will pass very closely from the Earth’s surface on April 13, 2029. NASA has incredibly announced the giant space rock will flip over Earth from a height at which its satellites operate. Asteroid Apophis will swing by from a distance of about 19,000 miles off Earth’s surface. […]

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