Sci-Tech

Want to go to Mars? NASA’s Mars 2020 rover can carry your name

Now NASA is giving a unique opportunity to the world to send their names, stenciled on chips, to the Red Planet with NASA's Mars 2020 rover, which represents the initial leg of humanity’s first round trip to another planet...

Cloud-proof spy satellite RISAT-2B to strengthen Nation's security cover

India’s ambitious space program took another giant leap towards success today. The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) successfully launched the PSLV-C46’s RISAT-2B. ISRO launches ‘cloud proof’ earth observation spy satellite to keep an eye on Pakistan...

ISRO’s next to-do list includes 7 interplanetary missions!

Chandrayaan 2 is India’s most anticipated ambitious lunar mission which will feature India’s most powerful rocket-GSLV Mk 3-to carry the orbiter, lander, and rover, but apart from this, there are many ambitious projects are in the pocket of ISRO rather than famous Chandrayaan-2 and Gaganyaan manned mission...

From here to the Moon! Chandrayaan 2 all set for exploring Moon for new experiments and data collection

As per the recent reports, India’s 2nd Moon mission that is planned for a July launch will have 13 payloads for various data collection and one from American agency, NASA...

‘Her’ Footprints on Moon! NASA plans to land the 1st woman on the moon by 2024

Currently, NASA is working on an ambitious project “Moon2Mars”. Under this project and with an additional increase in agency’s budget by Trump administration, NASA is planning about sending the 1st woman ever and the 1st man in nearly 50 years to the moon by 2024...

Is the moon ‘Shrinking’? Here is a study by NASA

“Just as a grape wrinkles as it shrinks down to a raisin, the moon gets wrinkles as it shrinks. Unlike the flexible skin on a grape, the moon’s surface crust is brittle, so it breaks as the moon shrinks, forming ‘thrust faults’ where one section of crust is pushed up over a neighboring part’’ says NASA’s report...

Google’s new auto-delete feature! Know everything

Digital privacy is one of the most important concerns in today’s world. All netizens are worried about their personal or professional data. But now, tech giant Google comes up with a new auto-delete feature...

Another arm in India’s satellite arsenal! Know more about ISRO’s upcoming launch of RISAT-2BR1

After Mission Shakti, India becomes one of the most advanced countries in the Space race. Now, ISRO comes up another ambitious launch in May. ISRO is set to launch of its latest radar satellite RISAT-2BR1. This launch will mark ‘another eye in the sky’ for India...

Welcome ‘AJIT’! The first- ever ‘Made in India’ microprocessor by IIT-Bombay ; Know everything

Today India is a promising market for R&D sector. Adding another feather in the crown, the students of IIT-Bombay have developed the first-ever microprocessor named AJIT, which is wholly indigenously manufactured. ..

Now, you can enjoy 'blue roti', 'Purple noodle' without worrying about nutrition!

Indian scientists at National Agri-Food Biotechnology Institute (NABI) have developed colored wheat varieties which are packed with higher nutrition than ‘normal’ amber wheat, which will soon available in Indian markets...

An anti-cancer mushroom? Weirdly true as Madras Univ Professor gets patent of it

India is known for Ayurveda which uses the medical properties of plants. Now, for the 1st time in India, In a first in India, University of Madras professor and his team got a patent for extracting anti-cancer compounds from a wild mushroom in Western Ghats of Tamil Nadu...

Scientists give mice ‘super vision’ with eye injections; can be a future of super human

It’s something straight out of a Marvel comic book giving test subjects the ability to see infrared light, similarly to how night-vision goggles work but without the awkward and bulky apparatus...

Have a look on eco-friendly Projectors with LEDs

Keeping our environment safe is each and everyone’s responsibility. Using technology is a good thing but if used in a mature way then it is best. Likewise, in a bid to make classrooms more eco-friendly, Casio has developed a projector with LEDs which has excellent environmental and economic operability...

Sherpa’s clue! Tibet’s newly discovered fossils put light on ‘mysterious’ extinct human species

Human evolution is one of the most challenging mysteries for mankind. From the beginning, human asked the questions about his origins. Now connecting another link in this search, as per new discovery, 160,000 years-old- fossiled jaw found in Tibet, this jew leads to new questions about evolution...

India’s one more ambitious footstep on moon! Here all you need to know

ISRO is one of the leading space agencies in the world. ISRO’s Chandrayaan 1 is one of the most successful missions of ISRO. In another significant landmark for India, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on Wednesday announced that it is all set to launch Chandrayaan-2, India’s second lunar mission...

Crashing the digital violence, Google manually revises more than a million suspected “terrorist videos” on YouTube

YouTube is one of the most popular video platforms in the world. But sometimes, this platform leads to some violent or manipulating content, so to limit such content, In the first three months of 2019, Google manually reviewed more than a million suspected "terrorist videos" on YouTube...

Apple CEO Tim Cook urges, Put your phones down; Let’s know more

The Apple CEO, speaking at the TIME 100 Summit, was discussing the addictive nature of our mobile devices and Apple’s role in the matter when he made these comments. He said,” the company hadn’t intended for people to be constantly using their iPhones and noted he himself has silenced his push notifications in recent months”...

New carbon capture system generates electricity by sucking up co2

When vehicles and power plants burn fossil fuels, they release carbon dioxide into the atmosphere trapping energy from the Sun and warming the planet...

Marvelous! on 29 Anniversary, NASA’ Hubble releases magnificent image of ‘hourglass shaped’ star system

In celebration of the 29th anniversary of the launch of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, astronomers captured this festive, colorful look at the tentacled Southern Crab Nebula...

Fish can be alarm of danger for others!

A recent study claimed that fish releases certain chemicals called, 'disturbance cues,' into the water to warn others such as predators, about the danger. The study was published in the Journal of Animal Ecology. "Disturbance cues may help to explain why some fish populations crash after they decline past a certain point," said Kevin Bairos-Novak, one of the researchers...

Yet again! Facebook says it exposed millions of Instagram users passwords

But now, yet again, Facebook silently announced that again this incident happened to Instagram accounts...

Coming soon….India’s 1st center for Excellence for drones in IIT Hyderabad

India is making significant progress in R&D development. India is also engaging with foreign partners for research activities. Taking another major step towards the building of infrastructure for R&D ecosystem, a Centre of Excellence for unmanned aerial solutions will be set up at the Indian Institute of Technology in Hyderabad (IIT-H)...

Meet the first Indian woman Fellow of the Royal Society - Gagandeep Kang

Gagandeep Kang, an Indian scientist, has cut the ribbon as the first Indian woman Fellow of the Royal Society (FRS). This Fellowship is considered to be a very prestigious honour in the scientific community. The Royal Society of London has announced a list of 51 eminent scientists elected to its fellowship in the year 2019. Among these are Gagandeep Kang, who is now with the Translational Health Science and Technology Institute, Faridabad. Princeton professors Manjul Bhargava and Akshay Venkatesh ..

Conquering Space! NASA astronaut to set record for longest Spaceflight by a woman

NASA’s all women spacewalk is failed due to technical issues, but there is good news for space aspirant girls! NASA astronaut Christina Koch is going to have her mission on International Space Station (ISS) stretched to nearly 11 months, which would set a record for the longest spaceflight by a woman...

Fond adieu to Canada! North Pole is shifting to Russia

We are living in a constantly changing world, some changes are good, some changes can bring natural disaster. Now for the first time since it was discovered on the North American mainland, the magnetic North Pole is moving towards the Siberian territory...

#TikTokBan: India’s TikTok ban hits Apple and Google app store

The controversial app Tik Tok is in the legislative scrutiny after the Madras high Court requested Government to ban this app. So finally today, TikTok, the Chinese Video app has been removed from the Google and Apple app stores in India...

New sibling to Earth? NASA’s TESS discovers its first Earth-size planet

Search for another living world is one of the biggest quests of human society. For many years, scientists are working to find another world which is similar to earth. The recent development in this is that NASA’s latest planet-hunting probe ‘TESS’ has discovered its first Earth-sized exoplanet...

Imagination turns into reality! Scientists reveal ‘First’ ever 3D printed heart with human tissues, vessels

Scientific advancement by a human is breaking every possible limit. Scientists are turning possible imagination into reality. Now, the Israeli scientists turned the wilded imagination into reality by unveiling the 3D print of heart with human tissues and vessels on Monday...

First ever captured black hole gets a name ‘Powehi’! here is what that means

This week witnessed the landmark experiment in space science. This is the most vital step achieved by scientists to understand deeply about the mysterious black holes. This space breakthrough got a name by language professor in Hawaii, in the Hawaiian language, ‘Powehi’...

Einstein’s wish fulfilled! Scientists unveil first-ever image of a super-massive black hole

The Black Hole, most mesmerizing as well as challenging object of space. From Einstein to Stephen Hawking, everyone tried to solve the mystery of the black hole. Finally, the dream of Einstein and many more came into reality. Scientists captured the first-ever image of a black hole...

ISRO and NASA briefly stopped working together, Know why

ISRO’s 'Mission Shakti' is one of the most successful and well-appreciated mission. After the successful completion of this mission, India was praised by all-over the world. But NASA found some issues with the debris of this mission and the futuristic collaboration of these two important and powerful institution approached on the verge of end...

All mouths shut! DRDO gives a befitting reply to NASA, says, ISRO has worked diligently, ensuring safety of ISS

When ISRO successfully accomplished Mission Shakti, NASA questioned the mission regarding the safety concerns. In order to shut the jealous mouths, DRDO chairman Dr G Satheesh Reddy briefed the media on the technical aspects of the anti-satellite missile (ASAT) saying that all the debris of the mission will decay in 45 days. The ASAT missile launch last month drew criticism from NASA as it condemned the mission over ignoring safety concerns in the space, especially threat to the International Space ..

A final goodbye to Google +! Here’s all you need to know

Google started its Spring Cleanup. Google announced they are going to kill the social platform Google +. Google now started the shutdown process of Google +...

Are you serious NASA? How a hit on low orbital satellite can create danger for ISS?

“Mission Shakti” by India is one of the most appreciated space expedition by the world. The whole world congratulated India for such accuracy and a huge success. But NASA has ‘toothache’ about this mission...

No more fake news! WhatsApp launches “Tipline” to curb fake news ahead Lok Sabha 2019

Lok Sabha elections are a hot topic now in the country. Lok Sabha elections are also a field for fake news or propaganda news. Social media is a big platform for spreading such fake information. To restrain such fake news, WhatsApp has launched a ‘Tipline’ that is aimed to help WhatsApp users in India to regulate the information received contains fake news...

Magnificent! ISRO successfully launches PSLV-C45 with Emisat and 28 other satellites

Today morning, 1200 people witnessed the magnificent launch of ISRO’s PSLV-C45 from 2nd launch pad of Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota carrying electronic intelligence satellite, Emisat for the DRDO and 28 other third-party satellites...

For the first time in history! ISRO opens the door for people to watch a rocket launch

The space science is always fascinating everyone. The rockets, satellites and all other space goodies are the favorites for children. With the view of more accessibility to the ISRO’s activity, for the first time, ISRO opens doors for people to watch live rocket launches...

Why we’re not going to see the first all-female spacewalk today? Let's know

Today morning, Two astronauts suit up and head outside the International Space station for a spacewalk, but the two astronauts are not the duo we expected. ..

After persistent reported issues, Apple apologizes for faulty MacBook keyboards

pple’s ‘Butterfly’ keyboards are always in limelight due to malfunctioning. After tireless reports, Apple finally apologized to users who are suffering due to third-party butterfly keyboards on MacBook and MacBook Pros even after the company introduced a fresh batch of laptops last year with redesigned keyboards...

Sexists jibs on scraping all women spacewalk, NASA asks “What is deal” with defensive stance

NASA’s All women spacewalk is one of the most exciting things in every girl who dreamed about space but shockingly, NASA scrapped that spacewalk with ‘lame’ reason of problem with spacesuits...

No compromise with privacy! WhatsApp may oppose demand to track the messages

In the light of coming elections, EC and government are taking some serious steps for limiting fack and provocative messages, but WhatsApp will oppose the suggested rules that would require it to disclose information about where the message originated from as this will disrupt privacy and free speech rights of users...

India enters in Space race with space strike, #MissionShakti successfully eradicates live satellite in LEO

Today, India enters in elite Space Power, the 4th country just after US, Russia, and China, to succeed with indigenous ASAT missile made by DRDO. India hits a Low Earth Orbit satellite in space under Mission Shakti, Within 3 minutes, India destroyed a Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite 300 km away through an Anti-Satellite Missile. India is now a Space Power...

Intellectual collaboration for better future, India’s Chandrayaan 2 to carry NASA’s laser instrument to Moon

Chandrayaan-2 is second mission to the Moon is a totally indigenous mission comprising of an Orbiter, Lander and Rover will carry American agency NASA’s laser retroreflector arrays that allow scientists to make precise measurements of the distance of the moon...

ISRO all set for 47th mission of PSLVC, Launch schedules on April 1st

The Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) is one of the ambitious and successful projects of ISRO. PSLV is an expendable medium-lift launch vehicle designed and operated by the ISRO. It was developed to allow India to launch its Indian Remote Sensing (IRS) satellites into sun-synchronous orbits. Now ISRO is all set for 47th mission of PSLVC...

This new technique turns seawater into hydrogen fuel

A chemical reaction you learned about in middle school could help solve the energy crisis. Running an electrical current through water splits it into oxygen and hydrogen, the latter of which can be used as a reliable, zero-emission fuel source. In the past, the process of purifying water beforehand was too energy intensive for this process to be useful — but now scientists have figured out how to skip the process altogether and convert seawater into usable hydrogen, according to research published ..

NASA’s astronaut duo performs the first spacewalk of 2019

NASA’s astronauts Nick Hague and Anne McClain in International Space Station engaged their Friday morning conducting a spacewalk outside the station as a part of a comprehensive upgrade of space station’s power system...

Millions of Facebook passwords exposed- Here’s all you need to know

Facebook is one of the most used social platforms. Facebook is where everyone shared everything from first baking at home to memorials of loved ones. But now, Facebook is facing another disastrous situation...

Near Earth Asteroid Bennu with big surprises! NASA’s mission reveals evidence of water on Bennu

Humankind is always curious about the question that in the space rather than Earth, anywhere living world exists? to find the answer to this question, many missions designed and implemented in the past. NASA’s OSIRIS-REx found some interesting information in the quest of this question...

India’s ‘small help’ to fight hypothermia, Bracelets from Bengaluru saving babies in Papua New Guinea

The Bempu bracelet from Bengaluru, the only 8-gram bracelet was actually saving the children from Papua New Guinea. The bracelet tied on a baby’s wrist gives out alerts whenever temperature drops, a condition called hypothermia seen in newborns with low birth weight...

Magic becomes a reality! With help of light scientists successfully levitate objects

The object floats in the air without any force applied or flying carpets are the fantasies of our childhood science fictions and stories. We get excited when we see all the superheroes have such power in childhood stories. But wait! Why we are talking about these fantasies? Because according to new research, Scientists successfully levitate objects by using light...

Challenging Xbox and PlayStation, Google announces new playing platform ‘Stadia’: All you need to Know

Gaming industry is one of the most growing industry. Google on Tuesday announced its plans to enter the $140 billion gaming industry dominated by Sony and Microsoft with new playing platform called ‘Stadia’...

After repeated reports, Google to shut down ‘Inbox by Gmail’ on April 2

Google is always committed to the betterment of services. As we are known for while that Google is planning to shut down its inbox by Gmail app. Now Google announced the date to shut down for the trailblazing service on April 2...

Facebook, Instagram back on normal, Facebook blams ‘Server configuration change’ for the outage

Yesterday was ‘bad day’ for facebook in history. Yesterday, throughout the globe, all the users were affected by this outage. Facebook, including Messenger, and Instagram users experienced outages for most of Wednesday, starting in the afternoon and ending late the same night...

No place to misleading ads! Google banned 2.3 billion misleading ads in 2018

On 12 March, the world celebrated ‘World web’ which turns 30. The internet is an inseparable part of our lives now, to make web better place with protecting users’ interest, Google announced it banned 2.3 billion misleading ads that disrupted its advertising policies on Thursday...

After 50 years, untouched Lunar samples from Apollo missions will be studied for the first time

NASA’s Apollo Missions are one of the most successful projects of USA. The Apollo program was the 3rd the United States Human Spaceflight program carried by NASA succeeded in landing the first human on the Moon from 1969 to 1972. The lunar samples collected during these missions will be studied for the first time...

ISRO awards 96 gems for their unique achievement

96 individuals got ISRO awards for their unique contributions and teams towards the success of respective projects and programmes of ISRO on Wednesday. The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) gave away awards to 96 individuals at a ceremony held at Antariksh Bhavan in Bengaluru...

First human on Red planet is “likely to be a woman”, NASA hints on next 'All women spacewalk"

On the occasion of National Women month in the US, NASA announced “all women spacewalk”. But from recent NASA head, Jim Bridenstine said, Chances are the first person to land on the Mars will be a woman...

Soon you would say goodbye to traffic as your car will fly!

The next big thing in transportation is the possibility of autonomous flying cars. A year after the PAL-V made its debut at the Geneva International Motor Show, the "world's first production flying car" is finally ready to take off. The Dutch design firm is now taking orders on an inaugural, limited-edition version of the part-gyrocopter, part-car, part-motorcycle dubbed the PAL-V Liberty Pioneer...

#Moon2Mars: Trump’s 2020 NASA budget gives new wings to NASA's ambitious project

Working with U.S. companies and international partners, NASA will push the boundaries of human exploration forward to the Moon and on to Mars. NASA is working to establish a permanent human presence on the Moon within the next decade to uncover new scientific discoveries and lay the foundation for private companies to build a lunar economy...

Not everything that goes up has to come down! Wireless charging tech lets drones stay aloft indefinitely

The days of landing a drone to recharge it could be coming to an end. In the video, recorded from the floor of the 2019 Consumer Electronics Showcase, William Kallman, co-founder of wireless tech company Global Energy Transmission (GET) describes how his company has found a way to use an electromagnetic field to keep drones in the air indefinitely and the potential impact of the tech is hard to overstate...

Israeli spacecraft on its maiden mission to the moon sends its 1st selfie back to Earth

An Israeli spacecraft on its maiden mission to the moon has sent its first selfie back to Earth. The image shows a part of the Beresheet spacecraft with Earth in the background. NGO SpaceIL and state-owned Israel Aerospace Industries launched the unmanned Beresheet - Hebrew for Genesis -- from Cape Canaveral in Florida on February 22...

Bolo A for Apple, Google launches ‘Bolo’ app to help Children improve Hindi-English reading skills

Google always launched the apps which will help people to ease their living or work. Google India come with another brand new app “Bolo” which will help rural children read and comprehend better. The app-enhanced for native Hindi speakers, Google ‘Bolo’ work with all phones with Android 4.4 and higher versions...

Get ready to witness History with NASA's first all-female spacewalk marking 'Women's History Month'

Women’s History Month is an annual declared month that highlights the contributions of women to events in history and contemporary society. For the first time ever, a spacewalk will be conducted by a team exclusively made up of the female astronauts to mark Women’s History Month...

To unveil the magic of Space to school children, ISRO launches the new programme ‘Yuva Vigyani Karyakram’

For creating the curiosity in young minds about Space and facilitating young scientists with knowledge on Space technology, ISRO launched the Young Scientist Programme- “Yuva Vigyani Karyakram” (YUVIKA)...

Gearing up with the sustainable energy, BHEL installs first Solar EV charging station on Delhi-Chandigarh highway

State-run engineering and manufacturing giant Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. i.e BHEL today declared that it has installed the first solar electronic vehicle (EV) charging station on Delhi-Chandigarh highway...

Connecting the dots: India’s first Braille Laptop “DotBook” launched by IIT-Delhi

The social inclusion and creation of equal opportunities of everyone, is a core of Indian constitution, But some time due to lack of resources, the Divyangjan has to compromise with their education and other opportunities. To address this issue, IIT-Delhi developed and Launched India’s first Braille Laptop “DotBook”...

ISRO’s ambitious project for DRDO, with the launch of defense satellite ‘Emisat', attempt to launch payload from three different altitudes

ISRO is achieving new levels every day. ISRO will be conducting a “Special Mission” in March this year, sending into space an electronic intelligence satellite named ‘Emisat” for DRDO along with 28 third party satellites...

No more annoying group updates, WhatsApp is testing new feature "Group invitation"

Nowadays, WhatsApp is an inseparable part of the day to day life. But, the big annoying thing about WhatsApp is the updates on various groups. Now for this annoying updates, WhatsApp is working to solve this problem. The Facebook-owned company will soon let users have more control over groups on the app...

Now Mobile tech is taking care of dogs…literally

Pet lovers are crazy for their beloved pets. They are always in worry that their pet has all comfort and well being, and when they are on holiday, they are always anxious about their pet’s health and exercise...

Digital health interventions are accelerating the transformation in the healthcare sector: J P Nadda

Indian healthcare sector is moving ahead with digital way. Presentations, solutions on many questions are being answered in India for Digital Health summit. Union Health Minister J P Nadda inaugurated the conference in New Delhi today. While speaking at this session he said, We took Digital health to the world stage by introducing & adopting the World Health Assembly Resolution on Digital Health in Geneva...

This not a concept more, Samsung unfolds the future with whole new ‘Galaxy Fold’

The most awaited and anticipated Galaxy fold is here in the market now. Samsung Electronics unveiled the Galaxy Fold, a new foldable device creating a new mobile category...

The first uncrewed test flight will launch soon, NASA’s positive nod for SpaceX

NASA and SpaceX are marking another milestone with the launch of a new passenger capsule, the Crew Dragon on March 2nd from Cape Canaveral, Florida. Both NASA and SpaceX agreed to move forward with the flight after doing a full day of reviews, determining that the vehicle was ready to see space...

A moment of glee..! Japan’s Hayabusa 2 successfully touches down on Ryugu asteroid

A Japanese spacecraft, Hayabusa 2 has successfully touched down on a speeding asteroid, Ryugu, a 300 million kilometres away from the Earth at around 11:30pm GMT on Thursday, viewing to collect samples and bring them back for scientists to study...

Google’s next Android OS may drop the “Back” button

Google, the tech giant is all ready to introducing its “Android Q”, new operating system for smartphones at its upcoming Google I/O 2019 Conference which will begin on May 7, 2019...

Space isn’t silent, we can hear the sound like drumbeats in space!

All the people who imagined about space, they always awestruck by the fact that space is totally silent. The image of no sound always gives goose bumps to everyone. ..

NASA said goodbye to Opportunity rover after the last attempt to call

After 8 months of silence from Opportunity from Mars, NASA said goodbye to the Mars rover that was supposed to last just 90 days on the Red Planet but stuck it out for 15 years in its place...

The world is a greener place than it was 20 years ago!

The new data from NASA is astonishing enough…when the world is shouting about lack of green cover, deforesting, but data from NASA satellites has revealed otherwise...

Instagram rolled sleeves against ‘Self Harm’: “Sensitivity Screens” will blur self-harming content

New York, Feb 7: In the quest to reducing exposure of minor to self-harming, provocative and disturbing content on its platform, Instagram introduced the “Sensitivity Screen” feature which will blur questionable images and video-thumbnails on the app until the viewers elect to watch...

Now Google’s Password Checkup will guard your data from data breaches

On Safer Internet Day, Google has rolled up sleeves against User’s data breach. Tech Gaint introduced a new Chrome extension called “Password Checkup”. Chrome extension that helps protect your accounts from third party data breaches, and a new feature called Cross Account Protection...

Mission Successful: Departed from French Guiana, GSAT-31 starts its journey to the skies

Adding new heights to its achievements, ISRO successfully launched India’s latest communication satellite, GSAT-31 from the Spaceport in French Guiana during the early hours today. GSAT-31 is India’s fortieth communication satellite...

Communicating through satellite: ISRO shares glimpse of Kumbh mela gearing up launch its 40th satellite on Feb 6

One of the biggest human religious gathering festivals Kumbh Mela is going on with a grand celebration and enthusiasm with a combination of spirituality. We have seen many pictures of Kumbh Mela but these pictures are bit special as they have been clicked from the Space by India's high resolution earth imaging satellite CartoSat-2...

With Saudi co-passenger, ISRO's GSAT-31 will launch from French Guiana on Feb 6

India with hard work and innovation, becoming one of the space powers in the world. ISRO announced another launch on Friday. India will launch her latest communication satellite onboard European launch service provider Arianespace launch vehicle on Friday, February 6th from French Guiana...

Mars is more porous than we thought!

With unusual ways and equipment, NASA’s scientists have found a breakthrough study that, Mars is more porous and less compacted. This study is based on NASA’s Curiosity Rover latest observations...

Time to say farewell to Google+ for consumers

Google has proclaimed that consumer version of the service will shut down on April 2, 2019. Tech giant now announced the support pages for Google + revealing the last day when Google+ users can post on the service...

Polygraph test now becomes older; this startup can tell from your eyes if you’re lying

It’s old news that polygraph tests, which are supposed to detect whether someone is lying based on their physiological responses during questioning, are unreliable and prone to bias...

NASA’s SOFIA lifted the veil on star formation

The stellar wind from a newborn star in the Orion Nebula is preventing more new stars from forming nearby, according to new observations using NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA)...

Are minds of the scientists cluttered with prejudices?

Those who looked down upon the ancient scientific achievements are not aware of even 1% of the vast repository of the ancient literature Is disproving anything Indian without deeper studies not a dangerously irrational trend?..

Working towards retrieving from storm, NASA celebrates 15 years of "opportunity" rover on mars

NASA's Opportunity rover begins its 16th year on the surface of Mars today. The rover landed in a region of the Red Planet called Meridiani Planum on Jan. 24, 2004, sending its first signal back to Earth from the surface at 9:05 p.m. PST on Jan. 25, 2004...

Mission Accomplished: ISRO’s PSLV-C44 successfully launched Kalamsat and Microsat-R Satellite

The most awaited mission is accomplished with the Launch of PSLV-C44. The Indian Space Research Organization’s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) fired off from the first Launch Pad of Satish Dhawan Space Centre at 11.37 pm at the end of a 28-hour countdown on Thursday...

Ticktock starts for #PSLVC44 to create a historical moment pushing Military satellite into orbit

Another achievement by ISRO is waiting for creating the history. The countdown for the 46th flight of ISRO’s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle PSLV C 44 began at the Satish Dhawan Space Center at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh. This countdown started at 7:37 pm on Wednesday...

NASA’s another ‘Mission Impossible’: Fist attempt to knock an asteroid out of the orbit in 2022

If an asteroid were to head toward Earth in the predictable future, we would be quite unarmed. But to change this, NASA has approved a mission to throw a "small" asteroid off course in October 2022...

Google doodle celebrates the 111th Birth anniversary of physicist Lev Landau

Soviet-era physicist Lev Landau, who also won the 1962 Nobel Prize, was born on this day in 1908. Not many know that there is a crater on the moon named after Landau...

NASA’s ambitious plans with China, discussion on possible landing trail of Lunar Lander

China’s triumphant mission of Chang’e 4 got accreditation across the world. NASA, the leading space agency is also showing interest in collaboration with the Chinese space agency...

Long-standing mystery finally solved, scientists know what time it is on Saturn

The long-standing Mystery of solar system science, the time of Saturn was solved by new data from NASA’s Cassini spacecraft...

Saturn’s trademark rings could be younger than dinosaurs

The rings of Saturn’s maybe iconic, but there was a time when the majestic gas giant existed without its distinctive halo...

ISRO’s Outreach Programme: Inauguration of 2nd Space Technology Incubation Center

The second Space Technology Incubation Centre (S-TIC) was inaugurated by Dr. K Sivan, Chairman, ISRO on 17th January 2019 through video mode from Bengaluru in the presence of Dr. Lalit Kumar Awasthi, Director NIT Jalandhar and Dr. P V Venkitakrishnan, Director, CBPO, ISRO HQ...

#UNNATI: India’s pioneering step towards becoming the Space-Power

ndia is marking her own place in every sector in the last few years. India’s ambitious space dream is fulfilling by Isro. Now Isro comes with new determination to create our own impression in space...

Kalamsat and Microsat-R set to hit the skies: First launch of the year by ISRO

The Indian Space Research Organisation has geared up to launch the Kalamsat payload and Microsat-R satellite. This will be the first launch of year 2019 from ISRO...

"Ek Ghanta Vigyan Ke Naam”: DD Science and India Science launched by Dr. Harsh Vardhan

Department of Science and Technology and Prasar Bharati, Doordarshan collaboratively launched ‘DD Science’, Doordarshan’s first ever daily slot for science and technology and ‘India Science’ an internet-based TV channel Tuesday...

After the far side of the moon, Next Chinese probe now to collect lunar samples

China’s ambitious space plans are on the fast track. After the successful mission of far side of the moon, the Chang’e-5 mission is all set to collect samples from the moon. This mission will be carried out at the end of the year...