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Now, Wi-Fi reflector chip to speed up wearable devices

Now, Wi-Fi reflector chip to speed up wearable devices

27 Jul 2015

Los Angeles: Scientists, including those from NASA, have developed a 'Wi-Fi microchip' for wearable devices that transmits information faster and uses less power than traditional receivers.

Scientists,   NASA,   Wi-Fi,   Microchip,   Wearable devices,  
<strong>NASA</strong> organises space camps to find astronauts for Mars journey

NASA organises space camps to find astronauts for Mars journey

27 Jul 2015

Washington: NASA is organising space camps for the young would-be astronauts this summer and the best ones may join the US space missions, including Mars.

NASA,   space camps,   astronauts,   Mars,   Kennedy Space Centre,   Kerri Lubeski,   Space Launch System,   Science,   Latest Lifestyle News,  
 Flowing nitrogen ice glaciers seen on Pluto

Flowing nitrogen ice glaciers seen on Pluto

25 Jul 2015

Washington: Flowing nitrogen ice glaciers have been glimpsed on the surface of Pluto, along with an unexpectedly thick layer of haze in the atmosphere, NASA scientists said yesterday.

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 <strong>NASA</strong> discovers Earth-like planet orbiting 'cousin' of Sun

NASA discovers Earth-like planet orbiting 'cousin' of Sun

24 Jul 2015

Miami: Astronomers hunting for another Earth have found what may be the closest match yet, a potentially rocky planet circling its star at the same distance as the Earth orbits the Sun, NASA said.

NASA,   Earth,   Sun,   Kepler 452b,   US space agency,   Latest science news,  
<strong>NASA</strong> captures 'epic' image of Earth

NASA captures 'epic' image of Earth

21 Jul 2015

Washington: Clicked from 1.6 million kms away in space, a NASA camera on the Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) satellite has returned its first stunning view of the entire sun-lit side of Earth.

NASA,   DSCOVR,   satellite,   Barack Obama,   Earth,   Science,   Solar System,   Charlie Bolden,   Latest Lifestyle News,  
 Humans may be able to live on moon in next decade

Humans may be able to live on moon in next decade

23 Jul 2015

Washington: According to a NASA-funded study, humans may be able to live on the moon in a little more than a decade from now. The study outlines a plan to again take human missions to the moon, media reported.

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 NASA's DSCOVR captures 'epic' image of Earth

NASA's DSCOVR captures 'epic' image of Earth

22 Jul 2015

Washington: Clicked from 1.6 million kms away in space, a NASA camera on the Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) satellite has returned its first stunning view of the entire sun-lit side of Earth.

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 Pluto has youngest surface in our solar system: <strong>NASA</strong>

Pluto has youngest surface in our solar system: NASA

16 Jul 2015

Washington: NASA's New Horizons probe has discovered a stunning mountain range on Pluto with peaks jutting as high as 11,000 feet above the surface.

Pluto,   NASA New Horizons,   solar system,   NASA,   Latest science news,  
Google doodle celebrates New Horizons' Pluto fly-by

Google doodle celebrates New Horizons' Pluto fly-by

14 Jul 2015

New York: As NASA's New Horizons probe moves closer to Pluto, Google has created a doodle to honour the historic moment that will reveal the mysterious world of the dwarf planet for the first time.

Google doodle,   New Horizons,   Pluto,   NASA,   dwarf planet,   Google,  
 Curiosity finds rocks similar to Earth's crust on Mars

Curiosity finds rocks similar to Earth's crust on Mars

14 Jul 2015

Madrid: Rocks rich in silica similar to those in the oldest part of Earth's continental crust are scattered throughout the area where NASA's Curiosity probe is exploring on Mars, according to a study published on Monday in Nature Geoscience.

Mars,   Earth,   NASA,   Nature Geoscience,   rocks,   Latest science news,  

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