It has been 71 years since India got independent from the British rule. In these 71 years, the entire face of the nation has changed. India is now the 6th largest economy of the world with a nominal GDP of $2.45 trillion. The country has made a phenomenal progress on the scientific front. The Indian […]Read More Independence Day Special: 3 World Records Held By ISRO
Guess what…? Our favorite space agency is going back to Mars with its new mission, “The Mars 2020”.Destined to launch in July 2020, Mars 2020 is the upcoming mission of NASA’s Mars Exploration program which will aim at investigating the planet’s geological processes along with searching for signs for past biology on the Martian surface. […]Read More NASA Is Going To Mars Again With A Rover: 7 Things To Know About Mars 2020
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is known as the most cost-effective space agency of all. With the advancement of time, the organisation is helping mankind to get a step closer towards the exploration of the deepest mysteries of cosmos, along with paving the way for future space settlements for humans. Founded on August 15, 1969, […]Read More From Sun To Mars: Here Are The Upcoming ISRO Missions
The existence of extraterrestrial life in the universe has been perhaps the greatest mysteries of all. But this recent discovery seems to open a new chapter towards our search for life beyond Earth. A massive underground lake has been detected for the first time on Mars, raising the possibility that more water, and maybe even […]Read More First Water Lake Discovered on Mars
“The new Io hotspot JIRAM picked up is about 200 miles (300 kilometers) from the nearest previously mapped hotspot,” said Alessandro Mura, a Juno co-investigator from the National Institute for Astrophysics in Rome. The Jovian moon system has been a fascinating field of study since it’s discovery. With at least 79 moons, it holds the […]Read More NASA’s Juno detects a new volcano on Jupiter’s Moon Io
India is an emerging agency in space exploration. After its Mars mission (Mars Orbiter Mission, aka MOM) went successful, the ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization) has progressed much in planning for its future space expeditions, and now it’s set for a lunar mission, namely Chandrayaan 2, the successor the Chandrayaan-1 which discovered the presence of […]Read More Back To The Moon: 5 Things To Know About India’s Chandrayaan-2
Launched in 1973, Skylab was the world’s first successful space station. The space station known as Skylab was designed as an orbiting workshop for research on scientific matters, such as the effects of prolonged weightlessness on the human body. Because the project represented the next step towards wider space exploration, NASA threw itself into successfully putting Skylab in […]Read More Which Space Station crashed Earth 45 years ago?