Research sheds light on the eyes of ‘Man in the Moon’

Research sheds light on one of the eyes of ‘Man in the Moon’

Imbrium Basin has been a mystery for astronomers and space enthusiasts for long. Nobody knows where the ‘Man in the Moon’ belonged to, the magical face that looks down at us from the lunar surface. Though there aren’t any answers but latest research has shed some light on one of its eyes – his right one, to be precise. Or the left one, in case you are looking from Earth.

Most U.S. beer companies will start providing calorie & ingredient details

Most U.S. beer companies to provide calorie & ingredient details

Beer lovers in the United States will soon be able to know the nutritional and ingredient details of the alcoholic beverage as most beer companies are voluntarily including details like calories, nutritional particulars and list of ingredients on their labels.

NASA: Mars Rover Curiosity choosing Multiple Targets on its Own Using New Software

NASA: Mars Rover Curiosity choosing Multiple Targets on its Own Using New Software

NASA said that its robotic rover Curiosity, which has been exploring Mars since last about four years, is now choosing new rock targets on the fourth planet from the sun for its laser spectrometer. This is the first time when the car-sized rover’s laser spectrometer is selecting target on its own, as per the space agency.

Even the most sensitive search could not detect dark matter

Even most sensitive search could not detect dark matter

Scientists with the Large Underground Xenon (LUX) dark matter experiment made an announcement that they have not found any hint of dark matter particles. Project scientists could not achieve success even when the experiment’s sensitivity was increased by four times.

Do you know how fast the Earth is spinning actually?

A report published in Daily Mail revealed, "From this spot, EPIC has captured more than 3,000 stunning images of the Earth as it makes the 365 day journey around the bright ball of gas. Now, the EPIC team has used these images to create a stunning timelapse of its time in orbit."  DSCOVR is stationed between the sun and the Earth in special gravitational balance point known as Lagrange 1 and has remained there since it reached the orbit. From here, the satellite can provide advanced solar measurements and e

In the past, astronomers believed that the Earth was at the center of the universe and other celestial bodies such as the sun and the moon moved around it, causing day and night. But then, with advancement in space technologies and knowledge, astronomers discovered that the Earth is neither at the center nor the sun moves around it. Now, more questions are raised about the Earth, including how fast our planet can move.

Johnson & Johnson agrees to pay $18 million to resolve medical device related allegations

Johnson & Johnson agrees to pay $18 million to resolve medical device related allegations

The Justice Department released a document on Friday that gives accounts of the agreement that Johnson & Johnson disclosed in regulatory filings without giving specifics. The agreement includes a one-time payment of $18 million and interest to resolve U.S. claims of illegally marketing a medical device.

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