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19 Mar 2023
It's 'A Cosmic Superbloom'; NASA Shares Picture of Rare Phase of Star
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Lunar Mission: Japanese firm's lander rockets toward moon with UAE rover
NASA to re-attempt launching moon rocket Artemis I on Nov 14
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NASA's DART spacecraft hits target asteroid in first planetary defence test
Russian cosmonaut rocketed from US to ISS amid tension over war with Ukraine
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03 Oct 2022
With drained battery and no fuel, India's 'Mangalyaan' mission comes to an end
"Right now, there is no fuel left (in India's Mars Orbiter craft). The satellite battery has drained," sources in ISRO told news agency PTI.
19 Sep 2022
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope captures first images of Mars- Pic inside
James Webb Space Telescope, which was launched in December 2021 In future, Mars team will be using this imaging and spectroscopic data to explore regional differences across the planet The images of Mars havebeen captured by the Near-Infrared Camera (NIRCam)
18 Aug 2022
Russian cosmonauts' spacewalk cut short due to 'bad battery' in spacesuit
Expedition 67 Commander Oleg Artemyev and Flight Engineer Denis Matveev, both of the Russian Space Agency, were told to cut short their spacewalk due to a battery power issue in the former's Orlan spacesuit.
18 Aug 2022
NASA's moon rocket moved to launch pad for 1st test flight
NASA is aiming for an August 29 liftoff for the lunar test flight. The flight is the first moonshot in US spacy agency's Artemis programme.
09 Aug 2022
Length of Earth's days suddenly getting longer, scientists are wondering why
Over millions of years, Earth's rotation has been slowing down due to friction effects associated with the tides driven by the Moon. That process adds about 2.3 milliseconds to the length of each day every century. A few billion years ago an Earth day was only about 19 hours.
15 Aug 2022
ISRO launches SSLV-D1/EOS-02 mission, suffers 'data loss' at terminal stage
ISRO's SSLV-D1/EOS-02 mission is aimed at garnering a larger pie in the small launch vehicles market, as it can place the satellites into Low Earth Orbit.
04 Aug 2022
DRDO, Army successfully test fire indigenously developed laser-guided ATGMs
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh complimented DRDO and the Indian Army for successful performance of the Laser Guided ATGMs.
04 Aug 2022
Ginormous eruptions occur on Sun, flares move up to THIS high
3.25 lakh km ranged Ginormous flames observed on the Sun NASA warns of more such eruptions Earth is safe, as the eruption is away from the line of sight
01 Aug 2022
Public can watch maiden launch of India's SSLV rocket, from up-close
SSLV will be launched by ISRO in Sriharikota Prior registration will be needed for public to witness the launch A student-built satellite 'AzaadiSAT' will also be piggybacking on the SSLV
29 Jul 2022
2 helicopters launched by NASA to return rocks from Mars
"We've added the helicopters as a backup means," says Jeff Gramling, director of NASA's Mars sample return program If Perseverance Rover breaks down, the two helicopters shall be launched to load the samples onto the rocket The most recent sample, a sedimentary rock, holds the greatest promise of containing possible evidence of ancient Martian life
International Space Station
28 Jul 2022
Russia's pullout of NASA space station now less imminent, here's why
Russian space officials have informed US counterparts that Moscow would like to keep flying its cosmonauts aboard the ISS until their own orbital outpost is built and operational The latest indications are that Russia is still at least six years away from ending an orbital collaboration with the United States that dates back more than two decades The US space agency was told that Roscosmos wished to remain in the partnership as Russia works to get its planned orbital outpost, named ROSS, up and running
13 Jul 2022
Missed full moon last month? You have another chance today - Details here
The full moon will be visible again today. The moon's orbit will bring it closer to Earth than usual this time.
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