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A 'different' life possible on Saturn''s moon Titan
A 'different' life possible on Saturn''s moon Titan

Awash with seas of liquid methane, Saturn`s moon Titan could harbour methane-based, oxygen-free life, guess scientists.

Eerie alignment of Venus, Mars, Moon sparks apocalypse fears

 The sky was graced with a spectacular trio recently, as Venus, Mars and the Moon gathered near the western horizon, however according to ancient mythology the eerie phenomenon could have a darker and more sinister purpose.

Look west in twilight on February 20-21 as Mars will `snuggle` with Venus
Look west in twilight on February 20-21 as Mars will `snuggle` with Venus

Brilliant Venus and faint Mars will be paired remarkably close in the sky on February 20th and 21st, 2015.

Earth's inner core has its own inner core
Earth's inner core has its own inner core

Scientists have found that the Earth's inner core has its own smaller core within it, a discovery that may shed light on how our planet has evolved.

NASA reveals 'dark' side of the Moon
NASA reveals 'dark' side of the Moon

The US space agency has released a stunning video revealing the far side of the Moon that cannot be seen from the Earth.

Private investors in Moon projects seek government guarantees

The potential of exploiting natural resources on the Moon has stirred interest among US companies, such as Bigelow Aerospace, willing to invest in missions as long as the government provides approval and protections.

NASA finds abundance of hydrogen on Moon's pole-facing slopes
NASA finds abundance of hydrogen on Moon's pole-facing slopes

NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) spacecraft has recently discovered more hydrogen in abundance on Moon 's pole-facing slopes, it has been revealed.

Mining the Moon is a very 'lucrative' prospect indeed
Mining the Moon is a very 'lucrative' prospect indeed

Mining the Moon is a very lucrative prospect and has become a serious vision, it has been revealed.

New evidence to rewrite Martian climate history
New evidence to rewrite Martian climate history

Geologists from Brown University have found new evidence that glacier-like ice deposits advanced and retreated multiple times in some regions of Mars in the recent past.

Asteroid 2004 BL86 has its own moon
Asteroid 2004 BL86 has its own moon

Mountain-sized asteroid that flew past the earth will be the closest known asteroid of this this huge size to pass near Earth until 2027, which also brought a surprise along with it. 

India already a world leader in space: Jitendra Singh
India already a world leader in space: Jitendra Singh

Union Minister of State for Atomic Energy and Space Jitendra Singh on Thursday said that India is making rapid strides towards becoming a world power and has attained the position of a world leader in Space technology due to its recent achievements.

Asteroid to fly by Earth safely on Jan 26
Asteroid to fly by Earth safely on Jan 26

An asteroid will safely pass about three times the distance of the Earth to the Moon on Jan 26, NASA reported.

China moves closer to land spacecraft on Moon and return?
China moves closer to land spacecraft on Moon and return?

China's ambitious plan to land an unmanned spacecraft on the Moon before returning to Earth moved a step closer as its test?orbiter entered the lunar orbit today for further tests.

NASA finds most accurate position of Saturn, its moons
NASA finds most accurate position of Saturn, its moons

NASA researchers have pinpointed the exact position of Saturn and its family of moons to within about four km - a feat that will improve astronomers' knowledge of Saturn's orbit and benefits spacecraft navigation and basic physics research.

'Comet Lovejoy' set to dazzle sky from Jan 7th- 24th post entering 'brightest phase'
'Comet Lovejoy' set to dazzle sky from Jan 7th- 24th post entering 'brightest phase'

 "Comet Lovejoy" will light up the sky from January 7th through 24th as it is ready to enter its "best and brightest phase."

NASA robot can explore extraterrestrial volcanoes
NASA robot can explore extraterrestrial volcanoes

The US space agency has developed a robot that is enabling researchers to put together a 3D map of a fissure - a crack that erupts magma - that is now inactive on Hawaii's Kilauea volcano.

Live out your Neil Armstrong fantasies with new 'space sweatsuit'

A new relaxed fit space sweatsuit, named Apollo 11 sweatsuit, has been recently developed that will help people feel like an astronaut.

DNA: ISIS guidebook for young mothers to raise 'jihadi babies'

A guidebook for young mothers with “helpful tips” on how to raise a 'jihadi babies' has been released by the Islamic State.

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Now, a 'postal service' to send mementos to moon
Now, a 'postal service' to send mementos to moon

You may have heard people “promising the moon” to their lovers across the ages, but have you ever thought of immortalising your memories on the moon?