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China's most advanced <strong>space</strong> launch centre to start work soon

China's most advanced space launch centre to start work soon

18 Oct 2014

Beijing: China has completed construction of its most advanced space launch centre, designed to handle next generation rockets and space station modules, and it will be operational soon.

China,   Space launch center,   Wenchang Satellite Launch Centre,   Advanced rocket launched center,   Jiuquan Satellite Launch Centre,  
NASA's Hubble <strong>Space</strong> Telescope spots distant galaxy

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope spots distant galaxy

17 Oct 2014

Washington: NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has spotted a tiny, faint galaxy, one of the farthest galaxies ever seen through a giant cosmic magnifying glass over 13 billion light years away.

NASA,   Hubble Space Telescope,   galaxy,   cosmic theory,   big bang,   gravitational lensing,  
Soft drinks may <strong>age</strong> you as fast as smoking

Soft drinks may age you as fast as smoking

17 Oct 2014

New York: Daily consumption of half-a-litre of sugared  soda is linked with 4.6 years of additional biological aging, effects comparable to that of smoking, finds a new study.

Soft drinks,   smoking,   biological aging,   DNA,   drinking soda,   sugar-sweetened sodas,   ,  
Retirement <strong>age</strong> of scientists may be raised from 60 years to 62 years

Retirement age of scientists may be raised from 60 years to 62 years

08 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The retirement age of scientists may be raised from 60 to 62 years to help put their acumen to an extended use. Indications in this regard were given by Minister of State for Science and Technology Jitendra Singh here.

Retirement age,   Scientists,   Minister of State for Science and Technology,   Jitendra Singh,   Atomic Energy and Space,  
NASA captures thermal images of commercial rocket

NASA captures thermal images of commercial rocket

18 Oct 2014

Washington: NASA has successfully captured thermal images of a commercial rocket on its descent, a development that may provide engineering inputs for future missions to Mars, US space agency said in a statement.

NASA,   thermal images,   commercial rocket,   missions to Mars,   space agency,   NASA mission,  
First hydrogen-deficient supernova progenitor traced

First hydrogen-deficient supernova progenitor traced

18 Oct 2014

Tokyo: In a finding that may have important implications for the evolution of massive stars, a group of researchers presented a model that provides the first characterisation of the progenitor (parent) of a hydrogen-deficient supernova.

Hydrogen-deficient supernova,   University of Tokyo,   Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe,   Hubble Space Telescope,  
Earth-observing instrument activated on <strong>space</strong> station

Earth-observing instrument activated on space station

13 Oct 2014

Washington: In a bid to monitor Earth better, NASA has successfully installed and activated its first Earth-observing instrument the ISS-RapidScat on the International Space Station (ISS).

Earth-observing instrument,   space station,   Earth,   NASA,   ISS-RapidScat,   International Space Station,  
Earth-observing instrument activated on <strong>space</strong> station

Earth-observing instrument activated on space station

13 Oct 2014

Washington: In a bid to monitor Earth better, NASA has successfully installed and activated its first Earth-observing instrument - the ISS-RapidScat - on the International Space Station (ISS).

Space Stating,   NASA,   ISS-RapidScat,   International Space Station,  
NASA spacecraft beams first images from Martian atmosphere

NASA spacecraft beams first images from Martian atmosphere

15 Oct 2014

Washington: NASA's Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) spacecraft has provided scientists their first look at a storm of solar energetic particles (SEPs) at the Red Planet.

NASA,   Space rover,   Mars rover,   MAVEN,   Martian soil,   Red planet ,  
NASA spots Kuiper Belt targets for Pluto mission

NASA spots Kuiper Belt targets for Pluto mission

16 Oct 2014

Washington: NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has uncovered three Kuiper Belt objects (KBOs) the agency's New Horizons spacecraft could potentially visit after it flies by Pluto in July 2015.

NASA,   Kuiper Belt,   Pluto mission,   Hubble Space Telescope,   one NASA mission,   ,  

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