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Explore space on your smartphone with NASA's Apple TV app

Explore space on your smartphone with NASA's Apple TV app

23 Jun 2016

Washington: The US space agency has released its popular NASA app for a new platform, the fourth-generation Apple TV  that will provide you access to NASA TV on your TV as well live views from the International Space Station (ISS).

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Pluto may have liquid ocean under ice shell: Study

Pluto may have liquid ocean under ice shell: Study

22 Jun 2016

Washington: Present day Pluto may have a liquid ocean sloshing around under its icy crust, according to to a new analysis of data from NASA's New Horizons spacecraft.

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'Electric wind' blamed for lack of water on Venus

'Electric wind' blamed for lack of water on Venus

21 Jun 2016

New York: A strong 'electric wind' may have played a significant role in stripping Venus, Earth's twin planet, of its oceans, says a new study by NASA and University College London researchers.

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ISRO takes India’s space programme to new heights

ISRO takes India’s space programme to new heights

21 Jun 2016

New Delhi: Most of the milestones achieved in space science are shared between USSR’s Soviet space program (1931-91) and America’s National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), but now, after undertaking some landmark missions, India’s Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO)is emerging as one of the leading space agencies which is not only registering India’s presence in space science but also guiding the world in various space missions.

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Cosmic record to detect hydrogen in distant galaxy smashed

Cosmic record to detect hydrogen in distant galaxy smashed

03 Jun 2016

Washington: Scientists have pushed the limits of radio astronomy to detect a faint signal emitted by hydrogen gas in a galaxy more than five billion light years away - almost double the previous record.

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<strong>NASA</strong> probe captures Pluto in twilight

NASA probe captures Pluto in twilight

06 Jun 2016

Washington: NASA's New Horizons spacecraft has beamed back a stunning image of Pluto, showing sunlight filtering through and illuminating the icy dwarf planet's complex atmospheric haze layers.

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What keeps Pluto's icy 'heart' beating

What keeps Pluto's icy 'heart' beating

04 Jun 2016

Washington: In a discovery that points to exciting geological activity on a distant cold planet billions of miles from the Earth, NASA scientists have discovered that the icy surface of Pluto's "heart" is being constantly renewed by a process called convection that replaces older surface ice with fresher material.

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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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<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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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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