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There may be life beneath Jupiter's moon Europa's icy shell: Researchers

May 18, 2016

There may be life beneath Jupiter's moon Europa's icy shell: Researchers

Jupiter's moon Europa — strongly believed to hide a deep ocean of salty liquid water beneath its icy shell #Nasa #Jupiter #Europa #Space #Solar System #cosmos #Life beyond Earth #FPScience #Jupiter's moon
ISS completes 100,000th orbit of Earth: Russia mission control

May 16, 2016

ISS completes 100,000th orbit of Earth: Russia mission control

The ISS has now travelled 2.6 billion miles "or about the distance of 10 round trips to Mars," Nasa said on the station's official Twitter feed. #NewsTracker #Nasa #Orbit #International Space Station #ISS
Nasa's Kepler telescope finds largest trove of planets outside our solar system

May 11, 2016

Nasa's Kepler telescope finds largest trove of planets outside our solar system

The largest trove of planets outside our solar system — 1,284 in all — was announced on Tuesday by Nasa. #Life #NewsTracker #Nasa #Space #Solar System #space telescope #cosmos #Shareworthy #exoplanets #Kepler
Mercury poised for rare 'transit' across sun's face on Monday

May 09, 2016

Mercury poised for rare 'transit' across sun's face on Monday

Stargazers will have a rare opportunity on Monday to witness Mercury fly across the face of the sun, a sight that unfolds once every 10 years or so. #NewsTracker #science #Nasa #Mercury #Sky and telescope #Mercury transit
Living around green spaces can reduce chronic illnesses like diabetes, blood pressure

Apr 25, 2016

Living around green spaces can reduce chronic illnesses like diabetes, blood pressure

Try living amid greenery as it can reduce chronic illnesses like diabetes, hypertension and lipid disorders among the elderly #NewsTracker #Health #Nasa #Diabetes #Blood pressure #Hypertension #FHealth #lipid disorders
Isro, Nasa to jointly launch satellite to study earthquakes and their patterns

Apr 05, 2016

Isro, Nasa to jointly launch satellite to study earthquakes and their patterns

In a first, space agencies of India and the US will collaborate to launch a satellite that will help study earthquakes and their patterns. #World #ISRO #India #US #NewsTracker #Nasa #Earthquakes #Indian Space Research Organisation #AS Kiran Kumar #Shareworthy
Watch: Astronomers capture exploding star's shockwave for the first time; investigative milestone for them

Mar 22, 2016

Watch: Astronomers capture exploding star's shockwave for the first time; investigative milestone for them

Analysing data from NASA's planet-hunter, the Kepler space telescope, astronomers have captured for the first time a brilliant flash of an exploding star’s shockwave or “shock breakout” in the optical wavelength or visible light. #NewsTracker #Nasa #Milky Way #shock breakout #supergiants #KSN #Garnavich #NASA's Kepler
Astronomers to keep close watch in closest ever flyby of 'twin' comets

Mar 21, 2016

Astronomers to keep close watch in closest ever flyby of 'twin' comets

Astronomers the world over kept their high-end telescopes set on the sky on Monday to see the closest ever flyby of two comets that may have more in common than their intriguingly similar orbits — they may be twins of a sort. #didyouknow #Nasa #Comet #252P/LINEAR #comet P/2016 BA14
Experiments in pyrotechnics: Nasa to light a 'fire' in space 'to study micro-gravity'

Mar 16, 2016

Experiments in pyrotechnics: Nasa to light a 'fire' in space 'to study micro-gravity'

John H Glenn Research Centre at Nasa is going to light a "large scale fire" in space as part of an experiment that seeks to understand how fire spreads in a micro-gravity environment. #NewsTracker #Nasa #International Space Station #Space #Shareworthy #John H Glenn Research Centre #Orbital ATK