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Bharat Ratna-designate Prof. C N R Rao terms ISRO`s long-time practice of seeking the divine blessings in Tirupathi before its space missions an act of superstition he does not believe in.
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A University of Rhode Island professor has said that we should start thinking about what kinds of clothes astronauts will need for decades-long space missions, considered the next phase of exploration to infinity and beyond.
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Researchers have successfully completed a first series of field tests aimed at investigating how humans will explore and work on near-Earth asteroids (NEAs) and eventually the two moons of Mars, Phobos and Deimos.
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Minutes before the Aug. 5 landing of the Mars rover Curiosity, anxious engineers and scientists in the control room at NASA`s JPL were munching on handfuls of peanuts.
Last Updated: Sunday, July 29, 2012, 14:21
China today said it has successfully tested a new 120-tonne-thrust liquid oxygen (LOX) and kerosene engine for its new generation carrier rocket, the Long March-5 for future space launches.
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India Monday called for international synergy in space missions for low-cost access to space resources and planetary explorations.
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Algae are a large and diverse group of simple, typically autotrophic organisms which are photosynthetic like plants, providing oxygen and food (protein).
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NASA has unveiled a new look and name for its previously planned moon capsule.
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The scientists have developed a computer model that can locate the `active regions` on a comet.
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NASA has named low-cost missions to Venus, the moon and an asteroid on a shortlist to become its latest space adventure, as the US agency faces astronomical political pressure to cut costs.
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A global spaceflight co plans to launch paying passengers on orbital trips by 2013 using vehicles based on Soviet-era spacecraft.
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