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The ISS Now Has Better Internet Than Most of Us After Its Latest Upgrade

Recently NASA upgraded the connection of ISS as a result of which it can transmit data at double the existing rate. ISS can...

Humanoid robot, Skybot F-850 to be the commander of a Soyuz spacecraft

The Russian Soyuz spacecraft will be carrying a humanoid robot as the commander of the capsule when it leaves for the International Space Station. The...

NASA announces the first fruit to be grown on International Space Station

The International Space Station (ISS) might get spicier as scientists are hoping to send Española chili pepper plants in November this year. If this...

HOW IT WORKS: The International Space Station

The International Space Station (ISS) is a space station in low Earth orbit. Its first component was launched in 1998, with the first long-term residents arriving...

Researchers find bacteria infested ISS to be as dirty as a gym

In a paper published in the Microbiome journal on Monday, researchers found that the International Space Station has become littered with microbes, namely Staphylococcus,...

A recent experiment strengthens hope for life on Mars

Our chances of finding life on Mars have vastly increased, thanks to a groundbreaking new experiment. Scientists have discovered that certain simple organisms that...

The first all-female spacewalk has just been scheduled by NASA

The astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) are scheduled to conduct the first all-female spacewalk on March 29 if it goes according to...

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Nepal Refuses Cleanup of Mt. Everest due to Pandemic

Nepal's government deny calls for cleanup of Mount Everest the world's highest mountain due to the corona virus outbreak. Fluorescent tents, discarded climbing equipment, empty...

Comparing Black Holes, White Holes and Worm Holes

Black Hole, White hole, Wormhole. Ew!! Seems like all these space terms are making us puzzled. So I’m back guys with an interesting topic...

Origins of Earth’s magnetic field remain a mystery

Microscopic minerals excavated from an ancient outcrop of Jack Hills, in Western Australia, have been the subject of intense geological study, as they seem...

Google Bans its Employees to use Zoom Video Conferencing Application

Zoom Video Conferencing app is in Limelight these days and is attracted by vast number of users. Due to the COVID-19 lock down in...