Monthly Archives: July 2018

Greek wildfires alleged to be deadly

The never before seen wildfires which have been declared the deadliest of all times by the authorities have offered a topic for debate to the officers. Who is to blame for the tragedy is uncertain, but the damage caused will remain. The prime minister of Greece Alexis Tsipras took the responsibility on Friday while addressing…
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Planetary Defense within 20 years

On 11th March 1998, the asteroid astronomers around the world received new observation data, and an ominous message on the latest data explored asteroid 1997 XF11. The near earth object studies on NASA enters the third decade. This is suggested that it has the chance of hitting the earth from nearly one KM away in…
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‘Cloud’covering up the surface

Microsoft seems to be building up huge profits will the increase in the usage of cloud computing. On Thursday, Microsoft declared that its revenue increase in the quarter and more gain was made because of growth in cloud computing services and artificial intelligence.  The technology hub based in the United States of America witnessed an…
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Essential to Future missions by the Radiation maps of Jupiter’s Moon Europa

New ultimate radiation mapping of the Jupiter’s icy moon Europa discovers which scientists should look and they will have to search the habitability and biosignatures signs. Galileo mission of NASA gives substantial evidence of global ocean under the icy shell of Europa in the year 1990. Scientists have considered this moon one of the most…
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Why Parker Solar Probe will not melt

The Solar probe of NASA will launch to travel near to the sun deep into the solar atmosphere this summer. Before this, any mission has never held like this. Parker solar probe would make four inches of the solar surface within it if the earth were at one end of the sun only.  This solar…
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How does heat move through solids?

Heat and energy are interrelated. Einstein has long back discussed his ideas of transfer of heat through solids, but a recent discovery by the scientists at Oak’s ridge national laboratory has also supported Einstein’s theory.  Energy can neither be created nor destroyed, but its forms can be changed. Heat is one such form of energy…
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The exact colors of Pluto and Charon that scientists are exploring 

New Horizons spacecraft of NASA offered first close up views of Pluto and its largest moon to the humankind after three years. Scientists are still discovering the wonders of the outer solar system. In the year 2015 July 14th the anniversary of new Horizon historical flight has been marking through Pluto system. Scientists have recovered…
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Dusty secrets search by storm chasers on Mars

One of the dust events engulfed in the month of June in the planet. First, on May 30th scientists observed a small-scale dust storm, and by 20th June it had been global. The opportunity of the rover has sudden visibility dropped, and this runs on solar energy. Scientists had suspended this activity to preserve the…
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Yang Liwei: Space station era readying by China

Yang Liwei, director of the China Manned Space Engineering Office and the country's first astronaut, said that in the year 2020 China is accelerating its time for a space station with the core capsule. He told that the Chinese media has two space stations experimental modules that will be sent into space in 2021-2022. Three…
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