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Surya Grahan 2019: Check date and time of Solar Eclipse and where you can watch it

Surya Grahan time and date: The first Surya Grahan or Solar Eclipse of 2019 is all set to take place on January 6.

To promote scientific temper, ISRO plans to launch TV channel

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is planning to launch a TV channel to promote scientific temper among people and conduct training camps for school students.

Partial Solar Eclipse August 2018: Date, time, significance and all you need to know

Partial Solar Eclipse or the Aanshik Surya Grahan will be visible for 3 hours and 30 minutes.

Karnataka braces to watch longest lunar eclipse on Friday

Hundreds of enthusiastic skywatchers in Karnataka brace to witness the longest lunar eclipse of the century which begins on Friday night and ends early Saturday.

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Don’t miss your date with century’s longest Lunar Eclipse on July 27

If you missed the trilogy of supermoons earlier this year, the Lunar eclipse -- the longest of the 21st century -- set to occur on Friday, will offer you a rare celestial treat.

Instagram CEO attempts to make Internet more kind and warm

When it comes to words, many don't hold back, especially on social media. Lately, the online platforms are used by many to spread hate, to troll others and to run propaganda according to their own ves

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NASA’s next Mars mission to probe red planet’s deep interior

NASA's next mission to Mars, scheduled to launch next year, will focus on examining the deep interior of the red planet, according to the US space agency.

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Scientists, tech leaders want to stop killer robots, urge UN to take action

Scientists and prominent tech leaders have called for the United Nations (UN) to take action to stop the proliferation of "killer robots."

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NASA launches satellite to help astronauts talk to Earth

NASA today launched the latest in a series of satellites aimed at ensuring astronauts at the International Space Station can communicate with Earth.

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With Google Street View, you can now explore the inside of the International Space Station

If you ever wanted to look inside the International Space Station (ISS), much like a street in your city, Google has found a solution for you.

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No commands to Mars rovers; orbiters later this month, says NASA

NASA will refrain from sending commands to its three orbiters and two rovers on Mars later this month, as movement of planets will curtail communication between the Earth and the red planet.

NASA, curtail communication between the Earth and the red planet, Mars, refrain from sending commands to the three Mars orbiters and two rovers during the period from July 22 to August 1, Chad Edwards, from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Mars Programme Chief Engineer Hoppy Price of JPL, rovers Curiosity and Opportunity to remain productive during the solar-conjunction period, eighth solar conjunction period for the Mars Odyssey orbiter, the seventh for the Opportunity rover, the sixth for the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, the third for the Curiosity rover, the second for the MAVEN orbiter

ISRO develops ship borne transportable antenna terminal

The 4.6 meter Ship Borne Antenna System has been built indigenously, fulfilling all specifications.

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NASA spacecraft Juno successfully peers into Jupiter’s Great Red Spot

Experts say the Great Red Spot is a massive storm - some 16,000 kilometers wide - that has been churning for centuries, but little is known about the forces driving it. It has been monitored since 183

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New 3D chip made with carbon nanotubes can store, process data

"Circuits today are 2D, since building conventional silicon transistors involves extremely high temperatures of over 1,000 degrees Celsius," said Shulaker.

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Milky Way may have over 100 billion brown dwarfs: Study

Our Milky Way galaxy may be home to over 100 billion brown dwarfs, a study has found.

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Now, nuclear material can be traced even after they are moved

The technique takes advantage of the fact that radioactive material changes the arrangement of valence electrons - or outer electrons - in insulator materials, such as brick, porcelain, glass - even h

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Methanol discovered around Saturn moon Enceladus

For the first time, scientists have detected large quantities of methanol molecules around Saturn's moon Enceladus, a finding that has significant implications for the search for alien life.

Soon, you will be able to charge your electric car in no time

Developed by Purdue researchers, the technology could provide an "instantly rechargeable" method that is safe and affordable for recharging electric and hybrid vehicle batteries.

Winds halt NASA’s balloon launch attempt yet again

NASA will make its seventh attempt at launching the balloon on Saturday, a Stuff.co.nz report said.

NASA releases new global maps of Earth at night

NASA has released its latest global maps of Earth at night, providing the "clearest yet composite" view of the patterns of human settlement across our planet.

NASA to reveal new discoveries about oceans beyond Earth

NASA will unveil new discoveries this week that involve alien oceans in our solar system, the US space agency announced today.

Large asteroid to buzz past Earth on April 19: NASA

A relatively large near-Earth asteroid will fly safely past our planet on April 19 at a distance of about 1.8 million kilometres - over four times the distance from Earth to the Moon, NASA said today.

Veteran NASA spacewoman getting 3 extra months in orbit Cape

The world's oldest and most experienced spacewoman is getting three extra months in orbit.

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