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Chinese Relay Satellite with a mission to reach Moon’s Dark Side

China becomes successful in launching a space shuttle with a mission to explore the far side of the Earth’s natural satellite Moon.  The Queqiao relay satellite launched from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center on 21st May 5.28AM as per the Chinese Local Time. This satellite is on its mission for reaching a gravitationally stable spot…
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Elon Musk’s space pod moves one step forward

The human-led transporting space pod conceptualized by Elon Musk has moved one step further to reality. The CEO of the company released images of the next generation Dragon Capsule in wave absorbing anechoic chamber. This was mainly done to inspect the electromagnetic interference. After the successful completion of this test, the pod will be transported…
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UD researcher trying to find the magnetic effect in turbulent space

In a recent study, it is revealed that magnetic explosion takes place in a great portion of the Earth’s magnetic field. Scientists including a professor of the University of Delaware want to know how this activity creates an impact within the region in space closer to the Earth where the majority of the human-made satellites…
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Has Life Originated From Other Parts of Space?

Individuals who scan for outsiders on Earth are likely reasoning of minimal green men and flying saucers in the sky, yet imagine a scenario in which they ought to take a gander at limbs in the ocean. A current paper guarantees that octopuses and different cephalopods have their birthplaces on an alternate planet, brought here…
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China launches satellite ahead of the Chang’e-4 moon mission

The launch of China’s lunar rover will happen soon. This mission is the first time a country is landing on the far side of the moon which is not visible from earth. China announced its ambition to embark on this mission in the year 2015. The country launched a relay satellite at the far side…
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JAXA wants to join NASA for human space exploration

It seems that the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) is planning to extend cooperation to NASA. It concerns two agency’s shared interest in-depth space exploration. Takuya Onishi, an astronaut of JAXA, shared the organization’s thoughts in Washington, D.C. last week.  JAXA is a partner of ISS (International Space Station). JAXA views ISS as a stepping stone…
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NASA to make the coldest spot in the Universe

On May 21, NASA is going to launch an experiment that will be held on the International Space Station. In this experiment, scientists will be able to instill a temperature that will be 10 billion times colder than what is the temperature in the vacuum of the space. The primary objective of this experiment is…
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China launching the first spacecraft for Chang 4’s lunar mission

Queqiao Communication Relay Satellite which is being built in China is undergoing last round of its preparation before it can take off. China is very hopeful with its Chang’e four mission, and this spacecraft is the first of its kind. This spacecraft will land on the far side of the moon in the later part…
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