Married in space
The recent Atlantis-Mir docking in space, only the 2nd of its kind, is the first tentative step towards Mars
SETI: New signal excites alien hunters. Here’s how we could find out if it’s real
A mysterious radio signal seemingly coming from the nearest star to the Sun, Proxima Centauri, has generated a flood of excitement among …
Pentagon UFO videos steal limelight from COVID-19
Older, leaked clips of unidentified flying objects now confirmed by US defence department
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Missing gamma ray puzzle solved
The sources of highly energetic cosmic rays were a mystery until recently
First ever image of a black hole unveiled
It is a 'breakthrough for humanity', say scientists
Skygazers, it’s time for a super snow moon tonight
Today’s moon will be the biggest and brightest in 2019 as it will be the closest to Earth’s orbit
Why does India plan to send humanoids to space?
ISRO wants to send humanoids because it wants to test its space module before they are used by humans. A humanoid with the necessary sensors …
NASA's Insight mission lands on Mars
After a 300-million-mile journey from Earth over nearly seven months, NASA's InSight spacecraft landed successfully on the surface of Mars on Monday.
Kalpana Chawla—a mission becomes impossible
In all the media hype, the legacy left behind by the Columbia (STS-107) crew was almost forgotten–a wealth of information gathered from …
We've found a new family of stars in the Milky Way that could help us work out how galaxies formed
A new discovery can help determine where all the stars in the universe's galaxies actually come from
ISRO tests Reusable Launch Vehicle- Technology Demonstrator
Reusable technology is expected to bring down costs of space missions significantly
`Student satellites are more than lab experiments'
D V A Raghava Murthy, director, Earth Observations Systems, was the project director of Small Satellite Projects at ISRO Satellite Centre between …
Whose satellite is it?
The super cars are coming
With aerospace technologies set to revolutionise engine and body design, today's cars could become as obsolete as dinosaurs.
No free launches
Zooming in on outer space
Ice ice baby
Satellite images revealing vast quantities of ice on Mars rekindle hopes about life existing on the planet
Universe has 70 sextillion stars
US embraces nuclear reactors to power spacecrafts
Thirty years after they were abandoned for good, nuclear reactors are making a fatal comeback in the US spacecrafts. In 2003, the US National …
First hiker's map of Mars
Tricolour on moon