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Mark Zuckerberg to call ISS astronauts via Facebook Live

Mark Zuckerberg to call ISS astronauts via Facebook Live

28 May 2016

Washington: Taking connectivity to a new high, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg will speak with three astronauts currently living and working aboard the International Space Station on June 1, NASA said in a statement.

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Solar storms may have been key to life on Earth: <strong>NASA</strong>

Solar storms may have been key to life on Earth: NASA

24 May 2016

Washington: Powerful solar explosions on the adolescent Sun may have provided the crucial energy needed to warm Earth and create complex molecules necessary for life, despite the star's faintness four billion years ago, according to a new NASA study.

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Why sea ice cover around Antarctica is rising?

Why sea ice cover around Antarctica is rising?

23 May 2016

Washington: Why has the sea ice cover surrounding Antarctica been increasing slightly, in sharp contrast to the drastic loss of sea ice occurring in the Arctic Ocean?

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<strong>NASA</strong> launches near-space monitoring balloon from New Zealand

NASA launches near-space monitoring balloon from New Zealand

17 May 2016

Wellington: NASA successfully launched a super pressure balloon from New Zealand's South Island Wanaka Airport Tuesday to conduct near-space scientific investigations.

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<strong>NASA</strong> unveils first-ever global topographic model of Mercury

NASA unveils first-ever global topographic model of Mercury

09 May 2016

Washington: The first global digital elevation model of Mercury, showing in stunning detail the topography across the entire innermost planet of our solar system, has been unveiled by NASA's MESSENGER mission.

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NASA's Kepler mission discovers over 1,200 new planets

NASA's Kepler mission discovers over 1,200 new planets

12 May 2016

Washington: NASA's Kepler mission has verified 1,284 new planets - the single largest finding of planets to date -  giving fresh hopes to astronomers to discover another Earth reverberating with life.

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Revealed! How the moon got its mysterious 'tattoos'

Revealed! How the moon got its mysterious 'tattoos'

30 Apr 2016

Washington: New NASA research has given new clues to how the moon got its mysterious 'tattoos' –  swirling patterns of light and dark found at over a hundred locations across the lunar surface.

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Hiding galaxy spotted by Hubble in the night sky

Hiding galaxy spotted by Hubble in the night sky

02 May 2016

Washington: The Hubble Space Telescope has spotted a galaxy hidden in the night sky, located just over 110 million light-years away in the constellation of Pisces (The Fish).

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Dwarf planet 'Makemake' has its own moon!

Dwarf planet 'Makemake' has its own moon!

27 Apr 2016

Washington: NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has spotted a small, dark moon orbiting Makemake, the second brightest icy dwarf planet in the Kuiper Belt.

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<strong>NASA</strong> looks for high-tech airships

NASA looks for high-tech airships

03 Jan 2015

Washington: NASA has called for designs of an airship that can fly at altitudes higher than the current 65,000-foot limit for weather balloons and for longer than the existing ones.

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