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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.

Water Vapors Found in Atmosphere of Tau Boötis b

Water Vapors Found in Atmosphere of Tau Boötis b

Water vapors have been found in the atmosphere of planet Tau Boötis b that orbits the star Tau Boötis.

Increased Risk of Collision between Ships and Migrating Whales in Bering Strait

Increased Risk of Collision between Ships and Migrating Whales in Bering Strait

A research team from Discovery News has raised concerns over threats posed by ships to migrating whales in the Bering Strait.

715 New Planets Discovered by NASA’s Kepler Telescope

715 New Planets Discovered by NASA’s Kepler Telescope

NASA has announced that the Kepler space telescope's planet-hunting mission has been incredible as it helped in discovering a plethora of new planets.

Scientists Discover a Graveyard of Whales Beside the Pan-American Highway in Chile.

Scientists Discover a Graveyard of Whales Beside the Pan-American Highway in Chi

Scientists have discovered something that what could be called as the most astonishing fossil discoveries of recent years.

SpaceX Strapping Landing Gear on Falcon 9 Rocket

SpaceX Strapping Landing Gear on Falcon 9 Rocket

SpaceX is making adjustments with its Falcon 9 rocket in order to being able to reuse it for future missions.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Thinking to Lift Protections for Wolves across the US

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Thinking to Lift Protections for Wolves across th

Population of transplanted Canadian grey wolves across the United States has increased. This has led the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service to think about lifting protections for the wolves.

Former Astronaut Dale Allan Gardner Dies at the Age of 65

Former Astronaut Dale Allan Gardner Dies at the Age of 65

Former astronaut Dale Allan Gardner died at the age of 65 on February 19. He was known for retrieving two malfunction satellites during his spacewalk in 1984.

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Solar Photovoltaic Technology adoption growing rapidly, research

A new study by a team of researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has said that solar photovoltaic technology adoption is spreading across the world at a great speed.

MIT report said that the installation of this technology recorded an average growth of 43 percent per year since 2000 around the world. The...

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