Mars May Have More Water Than We Can Guess

Water on Mars

Recently the scientists have discovered that there could be much more water on Mars (or at least some parts of Mars) than we had thought earlier. Scientists examined the water content in meteorites from Mars with a new technology, and it points to a lot of it in the Martian mantle. The meteorites that were studied are known as shergottite meteorites, More...

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By Vipul Kumar On Tuesday, June 19th, 2012

Send Your Arduino projects Into the Orbit With ArduSat

ArduSat Layout Putting your scientific aspirations and experiments into orbit can be a bit tricky. But there’s a way to crowdsource your way into the space. ArduSat is working on this idea, and is asking Kickstarter More...

Indian Navy
By Vipul Kumar On Monday, June 4th, 2012
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Indian Navy launching Satellite to help armed forces

Indian Armed Forces after setting its roots into the three elements, air, water and land now moves one more step forward into space with the first ever dedicated military satellite which is to be launched soon More...

Curiosity Rover
By Vipul Kumar On Monday, May 28th, 2012

NASA’s giant Curiosity Rover up next to roll on MARS

NASA may not be sending astronauts on Mars but this does not mean that space exploration has stopped. NASA would still be unfolding the mysteries of the universe with its “Curiosity Rover”. The rover More...

A painted wall of a Mayan site
By Vipul Kumar On Tuesday, May 15th, 2012

New Mayan Discovery: Earth won’t end on Dec’12

A painted wall of a Mayan site Here’s what’s not going to happen this year: the earth won’t end on Dec. 12; it won’t be swallowed by a black hole, consumed by the sun or get taken out by More...

'Sandblasts' by the Sun
By Geetika Datta On Friday, December 16th, 2011

The Sun ‘sandblasts’ the Moon

'Sandblasts' by the Sun According tho new NASA simulations, the moon gets periodically “sandblasted” by intense solar storms that can strip tons of material from the lunar surface. Solar wind More...

Woms to explain weightlessness in space
By Shashank Agarwal On Friday, December 2nd, 2011
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Worms to explain weightlessness in space?

Worm colonies can be established on space stations without the need for researchers to tend to them, which could help scientists understand the effects of weightlessness and high radiation levels experienced in More...

Cosmic Log satellite
By Shashank Agarwal On Friday, September 9th, 2011

Cosmic Log – Seven-tonne satellite to fall from orbit

A six tonne space satellite launched in 1991 and which completed its mission in 2005, is expected to fall Cosmic Log satellite out of its orbit. it is most likely to break into smaller chunks which might spread More...