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Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Astronomers seeking public`s help to find `space warps`
Astronomers are asking members of the public to help them search for "space warps."
US must colonise Mars with permanent human settlement: Buzz Aldrin
Buzz Aldrin, the US astronaut who became the second man to walk on the moon, has said that the US must lead the way towards building a permanent settlement on Mars.
Surprising clutch of hydrogen clouds found lurking between nearby galaxies
Astronomers have discovered a never-before-seen cluster of hydrogen clouds strewn between two nearby galaxies, Andromeda (M31) and Triangulum (M33).
Bizarre 12 cm-long skeleton baffles scientists and UFO enthusiasts
A bizarre 12-centimetre-long skeleton found in a pouch in a ghost town in the Atacama Desert of Chile ten years ago has confused scientists and UFO enthusiasts.
Snowstorms on Mars may be predicted weeks in advance
Researchers say snowstorms lashing down at the northern hemisphere of Mars during the icy cold winters may be predicted several weeks in advance.
Celestial delight: `Ring of fire` solar eclipse to be visible today
Skywatchers in parts of Australia and the Pacific region are in for a celestial treat as the Moon will block the Sun in a potentially brilliant solar eclipse.
Construction of world`s largest radio telescope to begin in 2016
The Square Kilometre Array is a radio telescope, which will be built in the remote and radio quiet deserts of Australia and Southern Africa.
Experts assess how to save Earth from asteroid hits
Experts have assessed what needs to be done when an asteroid approaches earth, like the one in February, when one slammed into our atmosphere and exploded high over Russia`s Ural region, injuring hund...
ESA’s gen-next satellite to monitor Earth`s forest
The European Space agency is set to launch a new innovative Earth explorer satellite in 2020 to map and monitor the global forests - our planet`s most important natural resources.
Milky Way`s black hole `cooking` hot gas
Using ESA`s Herschel space observatory , astronomers have made detailed observations of surprisingly hot molecular gas that may be orbiting or falling towards the supermassive black hole,
NASA`s Spitzer Telescope dissecting `hot Jupiters`
Dusty wind, not water, likely formed mound on Mars
Setting foot on Mars by 2030 is human destiny and US priority: NASA chief
India to have 5 rocket launches, including Mars mission, in 2013
Neil Armstrong`s moon heartbeat EKG up for auction
Russian church head sends Easter greetings to ISS
India planning two more tests of long-range Agni-5 missile
Mars Curiosity rover back to work after break
Mars exploration achievable in next 20 yrs: Expert
Solar plane lands in Arizona, 1st leg of trip
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