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NASA’s Mars Odyssey set to complete record 60,000th Martian orbit sans pit stops

NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft will complete its 60,000th orbit on June 23 since arriving at the Red Planet in 2001.

NASA’s Mars Odyssey set to complete record 60,000th Martian orbit sans pit stops

Venus may have active volcanoes: study

Venus, Earth's nearest neighbour, may be volcanically active, say scientists who have found strong evidence of active lava flows on the planet.

Venus may have active volcanoes: study

Nightingales sing to show their fathering skills

The song of the male nightingale tells females how good a father he will be, according to a new research.

Nightingales sing to show their fathering skills

First direct evidence of ‘key ingredient’ for first life on Earth identified

Scientists have discovered the first direct experimental evidence showing the "key ingredient" at the dawn of life on Earth.

First direct evidence of ‘key ingredient’ for first life on Earth identified

How galactic spiral arms form revealed

A new study has provided a deeper insight into how galactic spiral arms are formed and how gas can be funneled inward toward the galaxy's center, which possibly hosts a black hole.

How galactic spiral arms form revealed

Musicians not only hear in tune, they also have ‘tuney-vision’

Musicians don't just hear in tune, they also see in tune, according to a new research.

Musicians not only hear in tune, they also have ‘tuney-vision’

Kerala doctor develops reusable stabiliser for beating heart surgery

A cardiac surgeon from Kerala, who pioneered 'beating heart' surgery, has developed a re-usable stabilizer, used to immobilise an area of the heart, where surgery has to be done.

Kerala doctor develops reusable stabiliser for beating heart surgery

Scientists identify ‘active volcanism’ on Venus

Scientists have discovered hot lava flows on Venus, providing evidence for active volcanism on Earth's neighbour planet.

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Meet ‘Pepper’, world’s first robot that will ‘love’ you back

Falling in love with a machine is now possible as world's first robot with human emotions can now be yours.

Meet ‘Pepper’, world’s first robot that will ‘love’ you back

Warner Bros.’ boss helped Sandra Bullock following split from ex-hubby

Sandra Bullock has credited Warner Bros' president Sue Kroll for helping her out after splitting from former husband Jesse James.

Warner Bros.’ boss helped Sandra Bullock following split from ex-hubby

‘Bashful’ black hole in neighboring galaxy revealed

Washington, Jun 18 (ANI): Astronomers have detected what they believe is the long-sought radio emission coming from a supermassive black hole at the center of one of our closest neighboring galaxies,

‘Bashful’ black hole in neighboring galaxy revealed

Newly found brightest galaxy yet can be harbouring 1st generation stars

Astronomers have discovered the brightest galaxy yet found in the early Universe and found strong evidence that examples of the first generation of stars lurk within it.

Newly found brightest galaxy yet can be harbouring 1st generation stars

Earth-like planet models built in hunt for alien life

In their hunt for alien life, astronomers have built an array of Earth-like planet models that examine how ultraviolet radiation from other planets' nearby suns may affect those world.

Earth-like planet models built in hunt for alien life

Astronomers measure first Mars-sized exoplanet

Scientists have measured the mass and size named of the first exoplanet smaller than the Earth named Kepler-138b.

Astronomers measure first Mars-sized exoplanet

Black holes are hologram generators: Study

Black holes are not ruthless killers but rather benign copy machines of a sort, according to a new study by an Indian-origin scientist".

Black holes are hologram generators: Study

New method turns algae compound into jet fuel

Researchers have developed a new method to convert squalene, which is produced by microalgae, to gasoline or jet fuel".

New method turns algae compound into jet fuel

New type of gecko-like gripper being developed

Researchers are developing a new kind of gripper that mimics the ability of a gecko to grip and release surfaces, an advance that may allow climbing robots to move across a range of rough and smooth s

New type of gecko-like gripper being developed

‘Billiards table’ of star collision revealed

Scientists have imaged a cluster of stars, heavily obscured by material in our galaxy, where stars are so densely packed that it is likely a rare environment where stars can collide.

‘Billiards table’ of star collision revealed

Scientists use graphene to create world’s thinnest light bulb

Researchers have created the world's thinnest light bulb using graphene, an atomically thin and perfectly crystalline form of carbon, as a filament.

Scientists use graphene to create world’s thinnest light bulb

Are black holes really arbiters of doom?

As per a physicist, the recently proposed idea that black holes have "firewalls" that destroy all they touch has a loophole, suggesting that they are not necessarily arbiters of doom.

Are black holes really arbiters of doom?

Methane in Mars meteorites hints at life on red planet

Researchers have found traces of methane in Martian meteorites, a discovery that suggests the presence of a warm, wet and chemically reactive environment on the red planet where life could thrive.

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Eye of Medusa: Previously unknown extreme star formation observed 100 mn light years away

Astronomers have recently observed a previously unknown extreme star formation in "Medusa merger," a luminous collision of two galaxies at more than 100 million light years from Earth.

Eye of Medusa: Previously unknown extreme star formation observed 100 mn light years away

Even small thunderstorms can cause huge polar cyclones on Saturn

Astronomers have recently revealed that minor weather conditions such as thunderstorms can lead to huge cyclones on the surface of Saturn.

Even small thunderstorms can cause huge polar cyclones on Saturn

Harsh climate kept plant-eating dinosaurs away from the equator

A harsh and unpredictable climate prevented big plant-eating dinosaurs from living around the equator some 200 million years ago, a new study has found".

Harsh climate kept plant-eating dinosaurs away from the equator

Mars may have been cold, icy billions of years ago

A new study has revealed that Mars may have been cold and icy billions of years ago, which also suggests that aliens may not have existed ever on the planet.

Mars may have been cold, icy billions of years ago

NASA’s Cassini makes final approach to fly-by Saturn’s moon Dione on June 16

NASA's Cassini spacecraft will cruise very close to of Saturn's moon Dione on June 16.

NASA’s Cassini makes final approach to fly-by Saturn’s moon Dione on June 16

Physicists plan to expand cosmic ray detector to seek universe’s most energetic particles

Utah scientists announced a proposed expansion for their cosmic ray observatory, to speed up studies of on a "hotspot," a mysterious source of ultrahigh-energy cosmic rays.

Physicists plan to expand cosmic ray detector to seek universe’s most energetic particles
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