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Monthly Archives: August 2018

Opportunity recovery efforts & its six reasons

Since 20th June opportunity of NASA rover has been silent while the planet-encircling dust storm cut off solar power for 15 years old rover. Currently, scientists think that global storm is decaying –that means more dust is falling out of the environment than raised back into it. Sky may clear soon because for the solar-powered…
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Modernization upgrades test by the RS-25 engine

Aerojet Rocketdyne with NASA Administrator James "Jim" Bridenstine marked a significant milestone to reduce the cost on the RS-25 engine. This engine powers the new rocket of NASA, the launch system of space at the space center of NASA’s stennins. The event was a very popular test on RS-25 improvement engine where its major combustion…
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Scientists find new H2O properties of water behavior

A group of scientists has revealed new molecular water properties that are a discovery of a phenomenon, previously unnoticed. Liquid water is recognized as an ultimate transporter of its self-auto ionization products that are charged species obtained while the water molecule (H2O) is divided into protons (H+) and hydroxide ions (OH). This significant production property…
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Scientific and commercial opportunities for amazing potential of Earth mini-moons

In Astronomy and space science frontiers, a new review published that the detection of mini-moons that is small asteroids captured temporarily in orbit around the earth. This will extensively improve our scientific understanding of the earth-moon system and asteroids. These fast-moving and small visitors have different direction by existing technology with one confirmed mini-moon discovery…
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The Earth Is In Stake: We May Lose Our Home Planet

The blue planet has faced several transitory periods since its birth. In fact, it has been home to billions of creatures at each phase. Currently, our mother planet is at stake! The issue of global warming is not new to the mankind as the Earth is getting warmer at a rate of 0.17 C every…
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12 new Jupiter moon declared recently

About twelve new moons orbiting Jupiter have been found and identified recently. 11 among these are normal outer moons and one is being called as an ’oddball’. With this now the total number of Jupiter’s known moons are 79 which is the most any of the planet in our solar system has. A team which…
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The historic stellar blast blew away by astronomers

Traveling to the moon is just 20 seconds, can you imagine this! This is how from 170 years old stellar eruption from fast material sped away from the eruptive, unstable and extremely massive Eta Carinae star. Astronomers finalized that this is the fastest jettisoned gas that is measured from an outburst of stellar and did…
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