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China Released A 10,000-Billion-Pixel Map Of The Universe

Features- Jan 19, 2021

China Released A 10,000-Billion-Pixel Map Of The Universe

About 200 researchers and coordinators observed galaxies in the visible universe over a course of 6 years, resulting in a map with 2 billion asteroids.

Scientists Made A Robot From Ice That Can Repair Itself On Planets

Features- Jan 08, 2021

Scientists Made A Robot From Ice That Can Repair Itself On Planets

A group of scientists is using ice to make a robot with the ability to repair and configure itself when exploring other planets in the solar system.

This 3200MP Camera Takes Photos That Require 400 4K TVs To Be Fully Displayed

Features- Dec 30, 2020

This 3200MP Camera Takes Photos That Require 400 4K TVs To Be Fully Displayed

The new camera is designed to survey the southern sky. It takes the world's largest photos ever in one shot, requiring hundreds of 4K TVs to display.

What Does The Milky Way Galaxy Look Like In 400,000 Years? Watch This!

Features- Dec 11, 2020

What Does The Milky Way Galaxy Look Like In 400,000 Years? Watch This!

Recently, the ESA (European Space Agency) created a time-lapse with 60 seconds of showing how the Milky Way galaxy will look like in the next 400,000 years.

Physicists Recreated The Nuclear Reaction 2-3 Minutes After The Big Bang

Features- Dec 11, 2020

Physicists Recreated The Nuclear Reaction 2-3 Minutes After The Big Bang

Physicists have re-created a nuclear reaction happening 2-3 minutes after the Big Bang. The experiment was carried out in a hidden lab under a mountain.

How Long Does It Take To Get To The Moon? Here's Your Answer

Features- Dec 08, 2020

How Long Does It Take To Get To The Moon? Here's Your Answer

How long does it take to get to the Moon, this is an important question that we need to answer if we want more efficient lunar trips in the future.

India Is About To Have A Space Industry As Vibrant As That Of The U.S

Features- Nov 09, 2020

India Is About To Have A Space Industry As Vibrant As That Of The U.S

India’s early commitment to the space industry has given ways to experienced experts and a vendor ecosystem

Russia Races Against US To Film The First Movie In Space

Features- Nov 06, 2020

Russia Races Against US To Film The First Movie In Space

A new type of space race has begun with the US and Russia trying to become the first nation to film a movie on the International Space Station.

Space Company Named Its Spacecraft After Late Indian-Origin Female Astronaut Kalpana Chawla

Features- Sep 14, 2020

Space Company Named Its Spacecraft After Late Indian-Origin Female Astronaut Kalpana Chawla

Kalpana Chawla passed away on February 1, 2003, in the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster along with six other members of the crew

New Study Finds A Milky Way-Like Galaxy That Formed 12 Billion Years Ago

Features- Aug 16, 2020

New Study Finds A Milky Way-Like Galaxy That Formed 12 Billion Years Ago

In the new study, astronomers observed SPT0418-47, showing that the young galaxy has similar features with those of the Milky Way.

The Milky Way Galaxy Is Distorting And We Don't Know Why

Features- Aug 10, 2020

The Milky Way Galaxy Is Distorting And We Don't Know Why

Something is pulling at the edge of the Milky Way, causing a “galactic warp” at the edge of our galaxy, as pointed out in a new study on Monday.

The First Helicopter To Fly On Mars Is As Small As A Tennis Ball

Features- Jul 30, 2020

The First Helicopter To Fly On Mars Is As Small As A Tennis Ball

NASA will soon launch the Perseverance rover, accompanied by a tiny helicopter called Ingenuity, which could be the first aircraft to fly on Mars.