NASA reveals pictures of Jupiter, and also reveals a mind-blowing observations

NASA’s Hubble telescope is more most famous to catch some glorious happenings inside the room and this time around too, it has nabbed amazing images of colossal Jupiter. NASA’s Hubble telescope is more most famous to catch some dramatic events inside of the room and this time around too, it has nabbed amazing images of … Read more

Elusive rainbow snake found in Florida national forest for the 1st time tells expert

rainbow snake

An unusual rainbow serpent was seen crawling via a Florida timbers a week, noting the very first time in half a century that the various colored snake was seen in the area, specialists mentioned. Tracey Cauthen came across the 4-foot rainbow serpent with a surge in Ocala National park at Marion Region, the Florida Fish … Read more

Hubble teaches smallest known black matter clumps

Hubble detects smallest known dark matter clumps

When searching for dark matter, astronomers must go on a sort of “ghost hunt.” That’s because dark matter is an invisible substance that cannot be seen directly. Yet it makes up the bulk of the universe’s mass and forms the scaffolding upon which galaxies are built. Dark matter is the gravitational “glue” that holds galaxies … Read more

Mineral never previously seen in the nature is discovered in a meteorite from the 1951

Mineral never before seen in nature is discovered in a meteorite from 1951

Working on a meteorite first discovered in 1951, a group of researchers has now found a rare form of an iron-carbide mineral never before seen in nature. The finding is the key prerequisite for the new mineral to later be officially recognized as such by the International Mineralogical Association (IMA). The Wedderburn meteorite was found in a … Read more

NASA’s Spitzer Telescope takes a massive ‘heating’ cloud in the space

NASA's Spitzer Telescope captures massive 'burning' cloud in space

Space is not on fire, but you can’t be blamed for thinking it might be after a look at this “burning” cloud. NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope captured a fiery image of a gigantic collection of gas and dust that stretches over 500 light-years across. The fiery glow of the Perseus Molecular Cloud, which makes it look … Read more

Boeing’s failed the Starliner’s mission strains ‘reliability’ angle

Boeing's failed Starliner mission strains 'reliability' pitch

SEATTLE/CAPE CANAVERAL (Reuters) – Boeing Co’s (BA.N) stunted Friday debut of its astronaut capsule threatens to dent the U.S. aerospace incumbent’s self-declared competitive advantage of mission reliability against the price and innovation strengths of “new space” players like Elon Musk’s SpaceX. Boeing, the world’s largest aerospace company, has anchored its attempt to repel space visionaries … Read more

Space ‘tow truck’ will wipes up Earth’s orbit & remove defunct satellites

Space 'tow truck' will clean up Earth's orbit and remove defunct satellites

A space ‘tow truck’ designed to remove dead satellites from Earth’s orbit has been commissioned by the European Space Agency (ESA). The project, which has received £10 million in backing from the British Government, will begin the monumental task of getting rid of thousands of defunct satellites. ESA selected a Swiss start-up called ClearSpace for … Read more

Space X performs hold the firing for heavy weight satellite that begins on Monday

SpaceX performs hold-down firing for heavyweight satellite launch Monday

A test-firing of a twice-flown Falcon 9 booster Friday at Cape Canaveral paved the way for SpaceX’s next launch, scheduled for Monday night with a heavyweight Boeing-built communications satellite to beam broadband signals to Japan and the Pacific islands. SpaceX is readying the Falcon 9 rocket for liftoff with the JCSAT 18/Kacific commercial communications satellite … Read more