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NASA's Cassini Spacecraft Discovers Saturn’s New Moon

NASA's Cassini Spacecraft Discovers Saturn’s New Moon

Images sent by NASA's Cassini spacecraft has led scientists to believe that a small, icy object was formed within the rings of Saturn, which is highly likely to be a new moon.


SpaceX’s Dragon Craft Carrying ‘Veggie’ chamber into Space

SpaceX’s Dragon Craft Carrying ‘Veggie’ chamber into Space

SpaceX's Dragon craft will be carrying a plant growth chamber called Veggie to the International Space Station as a part of SpaceX-3 resupply mission.


Numerous Options to View Rare Blood Moon

Numerous Options to View Rare Blood Moon

The first total lunar eclipse of 2014 will take place on April 15. Many people are excited to see blood moon.


Scientists detect warm water on Saturn moon Enceladus

Scientists detect warm water on Saturn moon Enceladus

Enceladus, one of the many moons of Saturn, has an ocean of water of the size of Lake Superior, according to NASA researchers' new finings.


National Weather Service forecast clear skies for ‘Blood Moon’ appearance

National Weather Service forecast clear skies for ‘Blood Moon’ appearance

A total lunar eclipse is going to take place just after midnight this Tuesday, which will offer a rare chance to sky watchers to observe the tint of Moon turning blood-red.


NASA expected to take final decision on SpaceX launch on Sunday

NASA expected to take final decision on SpaceX launch on Sunday

The launch of SpaceX is still in the air as NASA has yet to fix a computer glitch aboard space lab ISS.


NASA to Fly Saucer-Shaped Test Vehicle into Near-Space

NASA to Fly Saucer-Shaped Test Vehicle into Near-Space

Flying saucer is generally considered to get overrun by aliens. But no, this time NASA will be flying a rocket-powered, saucer-shaped test vehicle into near-space.


NASA Gives Approval for Asteroid-Bound Spacecraft’s Construction

NASA Gives Approval for Asteroid-Bound Spacecraft’s Construction

On Wednesday, NASA gave green signal for the construction of a spacecraft that will land on an asteroid.


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Yet another consequence of climate change has been revealed. Novel research has found fish lose their survival instinct when affected by acid and they look for their predators.

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