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Earth-Like Planet Kepler 186f Discovered in Habitable Zone

Earth-Like Planet Kepler 186f Discovered in Habitable Zone

Kepler Space Telescope launched in 2009 has found the new planet termed as Kepler 186f.


NASA’s LADEE ends mission with intended impact on Moon

NASA’s LADEE ends mission with intended impact on Moon

NASA's Lunar Atmosphere & Dust Environment Explorer (LADEE) has finally ended its six-month mission with planned impact on the Moon.


Only ‘blind luck’ has saved us from big asteroids so far: says ex- NASA astronaut

Only ‘blind luck’ has saved us from big asteroids so far: says ex- NASA astronau

Chances of a big asteroid hitting Earth are far more that we have been told so far, and it could happen anytime, a group of former NASA astronauts has cautioned.


A First: Earth-Like Planet Discovered

A First: Earth-Like Planet Discovered

Kepler Space Telescope-led astronomers to find an Earth-sized planet, named Kepler-186f. The planet is part of the Kepler-186 system and is present in the habitable zone.


NASA’s LADEE Spacecraft Crashes on Dark Side of Moon

NASA’s LADEE Spacecraft Crashes on Dark Side of Moon

A crash into the lunar space brought the NASA's LADEE mission to an end on Thursday.


Meteors Supplied Vitamin B3 to Ancient Earth

Meteors Supplied Vitamin B3 to Ancient Earth

NASA researchers have claimed that carbon-rich meteorites delivered vitamin B3 on earth. Well, this means earth has had extraterrestrial supply of vitamin B3.


‘Peggy’ is New Moon of Saturn: NASA

‘Peggy’ is New Moon of Saturn: NASA

NASA's Cassini spacecraft has captured the image of a new moon of Saturn.


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.


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