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Watch out for Mars-bound comet!

New York, March 28 : The US space agency NASA has released an image of a comet that would pass Oct 19, 2014, within 84,000 miles or 1,34,400 km of Mars, less than half the distance between the Earth and the Moon. Discovered last year by Robert H., 2 weeks ago

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Rosetta spacecraft sets sights on destination comet

Washington, March 28 : ESA's Rosetta spacecraft caught a first glimpse of its destination comet since waking up from deep-space hibernation on January 20 this year. OSIRIS, the Optical, Spectroscopic and Infrared Remote Imaging System, developed ...
 NewKerala.com2 weeks ago

Comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko re-appears and seems brighter

Washington, Mar 11 : After disappearing behind the Sun and out of the Earth's view last year in October, the target comet of ESA's Rosetta mission, comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko can now be seen again. In the most recent image obtained by ...
 NewKerala.com1 month ago

Life on Earth may have originated at deep sea vents millions of years ago

Washington, Apr 10 : Scientists have claimed that one possibility of how life originated on Earth is that simple metabolic reactions emerged near ancient seafloor hot springs, enabling the leap from a non-living to a living world. Recent research ...
 NewKerala.com1 week ago

Israel launches new reconnaissance satellite

Jerusalem, April 10 : Israel launched a new reconnaissance satellite into space Wednesday night which can observe targets on earth "in all weather conditions". The satellite, called Ofek 10, was carried into space by a Shavit (comet) type ...
 NewKerala.com1 week ago

Scientists developing miniature space robots to perform surgeries on astronauts

Washington, Apr 2 : Scientists are reportedly working on developing a tiny space robot that can perform simple surgical procedures in zero gravity. The robot is reportedly being created by scientists at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for ...
 NewKerala.com2 weeks ago

Asteroids can have celestial rings too

London, March 27 : In a surprising find that indicates that rings surrounding planets may be a more common feature than previously thought, astronomers have now discovered rings around an asteroid-like body whose orbit is between those of Saturn and ...
 NewKerala.com3 weeks ago

Giant earth-like planet at outer edge of our solar system!

Washington, March 27 : Are you aware of the outer edge of our solar system-Astronomers have identified a new most-distant member, bringing the region into the limelight. The distant dwarf planet, called "2012 VP113", has been found to be beyond ...
 NewKerala.com3 weeks ago

NASA rules out existence of 'Planet X'

Washington, Mar 8 : Despite NASA's effort to track it down, there is no evidence for the existence of Planet X, astronomers have revealed. The hypothetical world that may or may not be orbiting the sun beyond the orbit of Pluto has inspired many a ...
 NewKerala.com1 month ago NASA's WISE survey finds no 'Planet X'  NewKerala.com1 month ago

Nearby star's icy debris suggests 'shepherd' planet

Washington, March 7 : Astronomers exploring the disk of gas and dust around a nearby star have uncovered a compact cloud of poisonous gas formed by ongoing rapid-fire collisions among a swarm of icy, comet-like bodies. The researchers suggest the ...
 NewKerala.com1 month ago
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