ISRO Says Orbit of GSAT-29 Communications Satellite Raised

ISRO Says Orbit of GSAT-29 Communications Satellite Raised

India’s latest communication satellite GSAT-29’s orbit was successfully raised on Thursday by firing its motors for 4,875 seconds, said the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). The first of its scheduled three orbit raising operations was successfully carried out by firing...
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Signs of Supermassive Black Holes Merging Spotted

Signs of Supermassive Black Holes Merging Spotted

Astronomers have found evidence for a large number of double supermassive black holes, the likely precursors of gigantic black hole merging events. This confirms the current understanding of cosmological evolution – that galaxies and their associated bl...
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Hubble Space Telescope to Soon Return to Normal Operations

Hubble Space Telescope to Soon Return to Normal Operations

NASA has brought Hubble Space Telescope’s seven-year-old backup gyroscope (gyro) back to life, after the spacecraft entered safe mode due to a failed gyro earlier this month, the US space agency said on Tuesday. A gyro is a device that measures the sp...
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Russia Launches First Soyuz Rocket Since Failed Space Launch

Russia Launches First Soyuz Rocket Since Failed Space Launch

Russia on Thursday successfully launched a Soyuzrocket for the first time since the failure of a similar rocket aborted a manned take-off to the International Space Station (ISS) on October 11. “On Thursday at 03:15 (0015 GMT) a Soyuz-2.1B rocket wa...
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Scientists Grow Tiny Human Retinas in a Dish

Scientists Grow Tiny Human Retinas in a Dish

Kiara Eldred sometimes compares her nine-month-long scientific experiments, growing tiny human retinas in a laboratory dish, to raising children. Eldred, a graduate student at Johns Hopkins University, starts by growing thousands of stem cells and feeding them...
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NASA Counts Down to Launch of Laser Study of Ice Sheets

NASA Counts Down to Launch of Laser Study of Ice Sheets

NASA counted down Saturday to the launch of its $1 billion (about Rs. 7,210 crores) ICESat-2 mission, using advanced lasers to uncover the true depth of the melting of Earth’s ice sheets. The mission will inform sea level rise forecasts...
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India Will Fly Its First Small Rocket in 2019

India Will Fly Its First Small Rocket in 2019

The Indian space agency expects to fly its first small rocket with a carrying capacity of about 500-700kg sometime next year, according to a top official. “The developmental work for our small rocket that can carry satellites weighing around 500kg...
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India Funding Roundup: A Reproductive Health Tracker, Task Management App, and More

India Funding Roundup: A Reproductive Health Tracker, Task Management App, and More

Our cutting-edge funding roundup compiles seed level investments in startups in the sectors of in healthcare, AI-pushed analytics, virtual reality, meals transport, and on-demand services. LoveCycles Bengaluru-based totally Plackal, creators of the menstrual c...
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UC Browser Gets UC Cricket Content Powered by Microsoft, Twitter

UC Browser Gets UC Cricket Content Powered by Microsoft, Twitter

UC Internet, pleasant recognised for its UC Browser app for Android telephones, has tied up with micro-running a blog website online Twitter and tech large Microsoft’s seek engine Bing to offer a mobile gateway to stay content beforehand of the...
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EA’s Mass Effect Infiltrator and Dead Space Removed From App Store

EA’s Mass Effect Infiltrator and Dead Space Removed From App Store

One in all Electronic Art’s higher cellular video games, Mass Effect Infiltrator, has been eliminated from the App Keep. And if the agency’s post concerning the game is any indication, you may count on it to disappear from Google Play...
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