KEN Vs SIN | Match 24 Oct 23, 2019
SIN 5/1 (1.0)
CAN Vs IRE | Match 25 Oct 23, 2019
CAN 12/0 (2.4)
KAR Vs CHH | 1st Semi-Final Oct 23, 2019
KAR 180/1 (35.5)
GUJ Vs TN | 2nd Semi-Final Oct 23, 2019
TN 107/5 (27.0)
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Jun 10, 2019
Seeing 2020: Watch NASA's Mars 2020 Rover being built in live, interactive broadcastViewers can ask questions of the engineers about the rover, mission during the 'Seeing 2020' broadcast.
Jun 06, 2019
Comets inspire researchers to create breatheable oxygen for humans on MarsScientists think this new way of producing oxygen could also help fight climate change on Earth.
Apr 16, 2019
NASA's Cassini help scientists describe methane lakes, landscape on Saturn's TitanSaturn's moon Titan has a water cycle like Earth but lakes filled with liquid methane
Mar 25, 2019
Humans have a 'magnetic sense' that lets our brains detect Earth’s magnetic fieldSo far, scientists had not considered the possibility that humans were magnetically-sensitive beings.
Sep 24, 2018
The 'Nibiru' or 'Planet X' conspiracy: Here's what NASA researchers have to sayResearchers found that ‘Planet X’ is plausible based on simulations, but what does that validate?
Feb 08, 2018
India gets robotic telescope to keep an eye on dynamic cosmosA new telescope is getting ready for commissioning at the Indian Astronomical Observatory at Hanle in Ladakh.
Nov 22, 2017
NASA releases "A Farewell to Saturn", the last mosaic image of the gas giant captured by CassiniThe Cassini team has released a mosaic captured by the wide angle camera on the spacecraft.
Nov 01, 2017
NASA's 2020 Mars Rover to have 23 cameras, more than any previous roverOn the new rover, the engineering cameras have been upgraded to acquire high-resolution, 20-megapixel colour images, NASA said
Oct 17, 2017
A ninth planet, 10 times the mass of the Earth could be hiding in the outer reaches of the Solar System: NASANASA believes a ninth planet does exist that might be 10 times the mass of Earth and 20 times farther from the Sun than Neptune.
Oct 16, 2017
Scientists announce first direct observation of gravitational waves from the merger of two neutron starsNear-simultaneous detection of the gravitational waves and gamma rays indicate that gravitational waves travel at the speed of light.