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Earth missed solar catastrophe just a year back: <strong>NASA</strong>

Earth missed solar catastrophe just a year back: NASA

25 Jul 2014

Washington: Just a year ago, on July 23, the Earth missed being hit by a giant solar flare from the most powerful storm on the sun in over 150 years, NASA has said in a sensational revelation.

Earth solar catastrophe,   NASA,   solar flare,   Coronal Mass Ejection,   GPS,  
 <strong>NASA</strong> celebrates 45 years of moon landing

NASA celebrates 45 years of moon landing

21 Jul 2014

Washington: On July 20, 1969, Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to set foot on the moon.

NASA,   45th Anniversary of Moon Evading,   Neil Armstrong,   Buzz Aldine,   Apollo,   Earth asteroids,   Mars,  
Asteroids key to future Mars missions: <strong>NASA</strong>

Asteroids key to future Mars missions: NASA

17 Jul 2014

Washington: Near-earth asteroids provide a unique opportunity to test the new technologies and capabilities we need for future human missions to Mars, NASA has said. NASA will mark 45 years of the first human landing on the moon July 20. It will launch a robotic mission to rendezvous with a near-earth asteroid around 2019, NASA said in a statement.

Asteroids,   mars mission,   NASA,   earth,   technology,   moon,  
<strong>NASA</strong> closer to finding life beyond earth

NASA closer to finding life beyond earth

15 Jul 2014

Washington: Do you often dream about extraterrestrial life beyond earth? NASA scientists are engaged in proving your dreams to be true. In a panel discussion held at NASA headquarters at Washington, DC, experts outlined NASA's road map to the search for life in the universe, an ongoing journey that involves a number of current and future telescopes.

NASA,   earth,   scientist,   universe,   telescopes,   astronomers,   ,  
Curiosity's images show Earth-like soils on Mars

Curiosity's images show Earth-like soils on Mars

19 Jul 2014

Washington: Images and data captured by the Mars rover Curiosity suggest that the Red planet would have been warmer and wetter some 3.7 billion years ago, scientists, say.

Mars-Soil,   University of Oregon geologist,   Gregory Retallack,   NASA,   Martian landscapes ,  
NASA's Curiosity Rover finds iron meteorites on Mars

NASA's Curiosity Rover finds iron meteorites on Mars

16 Jul 2014

Washington: In a significant finding, NASA's Mars rover Curiosity has discovered its first meteorites on the red planet, which scientists have named 'Lebanon' and its smaller companion 'Lebanon B'.

NASA,   iron meteorites,   Mars,   Mars rover,   red planet,   asteroids,  
US Orbital launches second cargo mission to space station

US Orbital launches second cargo mission to space station

14 Jul 2014

Washington: An unmanned spacecraft operated by commercial US space company Orbital Sciences Corp blasted off on Sunday for its second cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS), NASA TV showed.

US Orbit,   cargo mission,   space station,   spacecraft,   NASA,   ISS,  
3D Google smartphones to improve <strong>NASA</strong> robots in space station

3D Google smartphones to improve NASA robots in space station

08 Jul 2014

MOUNTAIN VIEW (California): Google smartphones with next-generation 3D sensing technology are about to blast into orbit, where they will become the brains and eyes of ball-shaped hovering robots on the International Space Station.

NASA,   Project Tango tablet,   3D Google smartphones,   robots,   space station,   Google smartphones,  
<strong>NASA</strong> successfully launches first carbon-tracking satellite

NASA successfully launches first carbon-tracking satellite

02 Jul 2014

Washington: NASA today successfully launched a satellite designed to track atmospheric carbon dioxide, a leading human-produced greenhouse gas responsible for global warming.

NASA,   carbon-tracking satellite,   carbon dioxide,   American space agency,   satellite,   carbon dioxide,   monitoring satellite,  
<strong>NASA</strong> reschedules launch of carbon dioxide monitoring satellite

NASA reschedules launch of carbon dioxide monitoring satellite

02 Jul 2014

Washington:  American space agency NASA is all set to launch a satellite designed to study atmospheric carbon dioxide today after it cancelled the lift off in the final minute of the countdown on Tuesday.

NASA,   carbon dioxide,   American space agency,   satellite,   carbon dioxide monitoring satellite,  

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