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Solid-State Lamp is Promising Light Source in Terms of Lifetime, Size, Heat and Stability

Solid-State Lamp is Promising Light Source in Terms of Lifetime, Size, Heat and

Recently developed solid-state lamp is expected to act as game changer as it has important advantages and has potential to outperform existing light sources.


Honda shows ASIMO Robot at NY Auto Shows

Honda shows ASIMO Robot at NY Auto Shows

Japanese auto major, Honda has showed off the skills of its Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility robot also known as ASIMO.


Japan wants to Return to Southern Ocean for Whale Hunting

Japan wants to Return to Southern Ocean for Whale Hunting

Japan seems to be in a mood of defying the ruling of International Court of Justice (ICJ) to ban its annual whale hunting in the Antarctic.


Underwater Volcano Merges with another Volcano Island off Japanese Coast

Underwater Volcano Merges with another Volcano Island off Japanese Coast

An underwater volcano has been reported to have merged with another volcano island off the Japanese coast. The volcano broke through the ocean's surface in November.


New Crew finally Reaches ISS after Two-Day Delay

New Crew finally Reaches ISS after Two-Day Delay

After a two-day delay caused by an engine trouble, the Soyuz spacecraft has finally docked with the International Space Station on Friday.


Celebration of 24 years of Hubble Space Telescope Operations with Cosmic Wave

Celebration of 24 years of Hubble Space Telescope Operations with Cosmic Wave

In order to celebrate 24years of Hubble Space Telescope's operations, scientists have captured varied colored images of Monkey Head Nebula, a star-forming region at distance of 6,400 light-years from


International Space Station has First Japanese Commander

International Space Station has First Japanese Commander

Newly appointed International Space Station Commander Astronaut Koichi Wakata is the first Japanese holding this position.


Japan all set to Launch a US-Built Satellite to Measure Rain and Snow

Japan all set to Launch a US-Built Satellite to Measure Rain and Snow

A US-built satellite is all set to be launched by Japan on Thursday to track rainfall and snowfall.


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Drone Technology Used to Unearth New Mexico’s Ancient Village Site

A customized and inexpensive drone helped archaeologists to unearth the site of an ancient village in New Mexico.

Jesse Casana, an archaeologist at the University of Arkansas with University of North Florida professor John Kantner tested the drone capability in a remote area of north-western New Mexico, south of Chaco Canyon.

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