Thursday, July 18, 2019

Science

In the Science directory you will find Latest news, top updates and current developments from the world of Science.

Ice Circles in the Arctic Ice is creating Mysteries

At places like the arctic sea, where the temperatures are typically below freezing point on even the hottest days on the Earth, seeing random patterns of holes on ice can't be expected. The...

Stephen Hawking’s rare Signed Book is up for Auctions at $28,000

A book that the late physicist Stephen Hawking anyhow signed in 1973, back at the time when he could still hold a pen and pen down his autograph, is going up...

Children’s Muscles Recover Faster than Endurance Athletes | Latest Research

We all have seen children who can run and play for hours and hours continuously, taking only short rests. Children's muscles are not just fatigue-resistant but recover quickly from high-intensity exercises,...
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Flint Activist Leanne Walters won Environmental Prize

The Flint Activist, who founded a citizens' movement that helped to expose the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, is being hailed as an environmental savior and is one of the recipients...
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Rare Cloudless view of Scottish Highlands captured by NASA

A rare and breathtaking image of the Scottish Highlands on a cloudless day in winter has been captured by the International Space Station (ISS). This image was taken in February on a...

B-SAT-4b Satellite to be Launched by Arianespace for Olympics 2020

Arianespace got a contract through Space Systems / Loral (SSL) to launch the BSAT-4b satellite from B-SAT (Japanese operator Broadcasting Satellite System). Marking the tenth satellite launch for B-SAT by Arianespace, the satellite will...

NASA to Announce Kilopower Nuclear Reactor Power System for Space Missions in May

NASA will hold a press conference on May 2nd, 2018 in order to discuss the experiment on a new nuclear reactor power system which is specially designed for space travel at...

NASA to go for a test of Quiet Supersonic research over Galveston

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is going to have a test for the sonic boom over the city located on the Gulf Coast of Texas. The new study will...

SpaceX delayed the launch of NASA’s TESS exoplanet-hunter spacecraft

SpaceX postponed the launch of NASA’s TESS spacecraft which was scheduled for taking off on Monday. The launch has been delayed to check the navigation systems of the Falcon 9 rocket....

NASA launched TESS, new planet-hunter to search Earth-like worlds

NASA launched its new planet-hunter Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite or TESS from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. The spacecraft is estimated about $337 million and it is of a...

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