First Spacewalk of 2022 to Happen Today, Here's a Look at Previous Expeditions

First Spacewalk of 2022 to Happen Today, Here’s a Look at Previous Expeditions

The first spacewalk of 2022 is all set to begin today, where two Russian cosmonauts will venture outside the International Space Station (ISS). Expedition 66 Commander Anton Shkaplerov and Flight Engineer Pyotr Dubrov of Roscosmos will embark on the seven-hour spacewalk, exiting from the space-facing side of the Russian segment on the space station. During […]

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Asteroid Larger Than Burj Khalifa to Zoom Past Earth Today, Here's How You Can Track it

Asteroid Larger Than Burj Khalifa to Zoom Past Earth Today, Here’s How You Can Track it

A large asteroid having a diameter of 1.1 Km is likely to fly past Earth today. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) tweeted last week about the asteroid 1994 PC1, which is going to fly past Earth from 1.2 million miles. It is said to be the closest an asteroid will come to the […]

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Global Temperatures in 2021 Sixth Highest, 8 of Top 10 Hottest Years in Last Decade, Says NASA

Global Temperatures in 2021 Sixth Highest, 8 of Top 10 Hottest Years in Last Decade, Says NASA

Earth’s global average surface temperature in 2021 tied 2018 as the sixth warmest year on record, and the past eight years are the warmest, according to an independent analysis done by NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), USA. Continuing the planet’s long-term warming trend, Global temperatures in 2021 were 0.85 degrees Celsius […]

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James Webb Telescope Has Entered Cooldown Period, Here's What it Means

James Webb Telescope Has Entered Cooldown Period, Here’s What it Means

The James Webb Telescope has successfully undergone major deployments. (Credits: Twitter/@NASAWebb) The James Webb Telescope is going through the current phase of its mission, which is called the period of cooldown. The largest and most advanced space observatory ever created in history is finally floating in the cosmos to unravel the mysteries about the creation […]

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Here's How You Can Spot This Giant Asteroid Zooming Past Earth Next Week

Here’s How You Can Spot This Giant Asteroid Zooming Past Earth Next Week

It will be an exciting time for astronomers next week, as Asteroid (7482) 1994 PC1 measuring more than two Empire State Buildings at 1,100 metres long, will fly past our planet. According to NASA JPL – Caltech’s Solar System Dynamics, the asteroid will pass at its closest on January 18 at 4:51 p.m. EST (3:21 […]

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Shocking Video of 'Gorilla' On International Space Station Goes Viral. Here's the Truth

Shocking Video of ‘Gorilla’ On International Space Station Goes Viral. Here’s the Truth

Wild animals sometimes pose a threat to people living near the forest. When animals get close to the house, people often start running around in fear. But have you ever wondered what you’d do if those animals appeared in front of you? Of course, this is a frightening thought, but something frightening recently occurred on […]

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NASA's Hubble Telescope Completes 31 Years in Space

NASA’s Hubble Telescope Completes 31 Years in Space

NASA announced that the Hubble telescope passed the one billion second mark in space. (Image Credits: Shutterstock) NASA will also be launching the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope built upon Hubble’s discoveries and will work together with Hubble to expand our understanding of the universe. The new year marked a landmark achievement for National Aeronautics […]

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James Webb Space Telescope Fully Deploys Sunshield in Critical Milestone for its Mission

James Webb Space Telescope Fully Deploys Sunshield in Critical Milestone for its Mission

The James Webb Space Telescope fully deployed its five-layer sunshield Tuesday, a critical milestone for the success of its mission to study every phase of cosmic history, US space agency NASA said. “All five layers of the sunshield are fully tensioned,” said an announcer at the telescope’s control center in Baltimore, where team members cheered, […]

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'Just Look Up': Incredible Space Missions World is Set to Witness in 2022

‘Just Look Up’: Incredible Space Missions World is Set to Witness in 2022

The human race has always been curious about the cosmos. As a result, space explorations and research has been proliferating with time. 2021 was a great year for the field as we witnessed vegetables being grown in space, billionaires flying in space promoting space tourism, and the latest and grandest launch of the year, the […]

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