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Space

Martian meteorite reveals evidence of “water on Mars” 4.4 billion years ago

A meteorite that originated on Mars billions of years ago reveals details of ancient impact events on the red planet. Certain minerals from the...

The mystery of how dark matter in galaxies is distributed, Solved

The gravitational force in the Universe under which it has evolved from a state almost uniform at the Big Bang until now when the...

C/2014 OG392 (PANSTARRS): Astronomers discover activity on the distant planetary object

Centaurs are minor planets believed to have originated in the Kuiper Belt in the outer solar system. They sometimes have comet-like features for example...

A NASA Astronaut Kate Rubins Voted Early From the Space

NASA astronaut Kate Rubins just cast her vote for the 2020 presidential elections from -- the International Space Station’s “voting booth.” Since 1997, astronauts who...

Nokia selected by NASA to build the first 4G mobile network on the Moon

Nokia Oyj has been picked by NASA to build the principal ever mobile network on the moon. The Finnish telecommunications firm said on Monday that...

A new 3D model could clarify the formation of a hexagon storm on Saturn

With its dazzling system of icy rings, Saturn has been a subject of fascination since ancient times. Even now the 6th planet from the...

Einstein’s description of gravity 500 times harder to disprove

Einstein's theory of general relativity—the idea that gravity is matter warping spacetime—has withstood over 100 years of scrutiny & testing, including the newest test...

NASA’s Aqua satellite imagery Unveils Kujira Transitioning into an Extratropical storm

Tropical can become post-tropical before they scatter, which means they can become sub-tropical, extratropical, or a remainder low-pressure region. NASA's Aqua satellite provided a...

Researchers definitely measure total amount of matter in the universe

A top objective in cosmology is to precisely measure the total amount of matter in the universe, an overwhelming activity for even the most...

Astronomers Discover The First UltraHot Neptune “LTT 9779b”: One Of Nature’s Improbable Planets

An international group of Astronomers, including Scientists from the University of Cambridge, has discovered a novel class of planet, an ‘ultrahot Neptune’, orbiting the...