India's Mangalyaan is halfway to Mars
Course correction procedure scheduled in April cancelled as the Mars orbiter is already on the right path, says ISRO
Bolivia losing forest cover at alarming rate
The Philippines, Indonesia, and Peru also witness increase in deforestation, suggests NASA data
New Zealand initiates project to study climate change impacts on Antarctic sea ice
Project involves use of a vehicle that can test previously hard to measure sea ice thickness from underneath
Website review: Stargazers' delight
http://www.science.nasa.gov - This National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)-maintained website should be of immense interest to space-…
Space Race 2.0: Are we ready to stay in outer space?
Habitation designs and technologies are almost ready to make life possible on other planets
Say hello to hachimoji: Scientists just doubled the genetic alphabet
Research results hold potential to look for different forms of life existing elsewhere in the universe
Discovered: More than 300,000 new galaxies
200 astronomers from 18 countries analyse results of low frequency telescope in radio survey of northern hemisphere
Roadblocks for bio-toilets in India
Bio-toilets are gaining ground. But emerging challenges could defeat the purpose
NASA Curiosity rover finds nitrogen on Mars
Discovery lends credence to the theory that the Red Planet may once have supported life
Scientists discover oldest known solar system
The system contains Earth-sized planets that orbit a star smaller than the sun
Cosmic rays a serious threat to manned Mars missions, warn researchers
A highly abnormal and extended lack of solar activity is causing dangerous levels of hazardous radiation to pervade the environment of space
'Space missions can change the technology environment of a country'
NASA scientist says India needs to attract talent into science, not management
Winds not favourable
Turbines can increase local temperatures
Does a year in space make you older or younger?
How space travel and long-duration missions might change the human body, and whether those changes are permanent or reversible once astronauts …
How did Uranus end up on its side? We've been finding out
Unlike all the other planets, which spin roughly upright with their spin axes at close to right angles to their orbits around the sun, Uranus is …
Ice-free Arctic this summer: a possibility signalling drastic climate change
Melting of Arctic ice is having a cascading effect on tundra animals, triggering extreme weather conditions and changing landscape pattern
California drought: valleys sinking faster than ‘ever before’
Increased subsidence in fifth consecutive year of drought can damage surface and underground infrastructure
May of 2014 warmest May in recorded history
Global average surface temperature in the months of March, April, and May was also the highest since 1891
NASA Mars rover clicks Wdowiak Ridge
Scientists want to figure out why the ridge is located off the main crest line of Endeavour Crater and how it fits into the geological story of …
Has comet ISON survived sun’s heat?
If the comet still exists, people on the Earth could witness a spectacular show in the night sky in December
Oceans continue to lose heat
Landing on the red planet
The world's powers celebrated Christmas 2003 in style: they sent robotic geologists to the red planet Mars, Earth's uninviting and hostile …
Where did Chandrayaan-1 leave us?
Before India achieves the feat of soft landing on the Moon, let’s look at what the first mission attained and how the second will be different
Space Race 2.0: Is this democratisation of space or a high-tech coup?
A handful of billionaires are working hard to make space colonisation a reality. In the process they are reviving a sector that had stagnated for …