New Images released by NASA show What a Day on Pluto Looks like

New Images released by NASA show What a Day on Pluto Looks like

In July this year, NASA’s spacecraft New Horizons zipped past Pluto at a speed over 30,000 miles per hour. During the mission, the spacecraft captured many close-up pictures of the dwarf planet, which are showing features of the planet. Now NASA used some pictures of every side of Pluto to create view of a full rotation.

Roundworm found to increase female fertility

Certain species of roundworm found to increase female fertility

Have you ever heard that getting infected with a species of parasitic worm may increase women fertility? If not, it is true. A research paper published in the journal Science has found the same after studying Tsimane women of Bolivia known to enjoy high fertility rates.

Did Astronaut Scott Kelly post a Picture of UFO?

Did Astronaut Scott Kelly post a Picture of UFO?

If you follow NASA astronaut Scott Kelly on online social networking service Twitter, you know that he often tweets stunning pictures of earth from International Space Station (ISS). A recent posted picture has space enthusiasts talking about more than just earth’s amazing view.

SpaceX receives approval to take NASA Astronauts to ISS

SpaceX receives approval to take NASA Astronauts to ISS

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has placed its first mission order to take crews to the International Space Station (ISS). According to reports, Elon Musk's SpaceX commercial space program has received approval to take NASA astronauts to the space station. The order is the second in a series of four guaranteed orders NASA has planned under the Commercial Crew Transportation Capability (CCtCap) contract.

Orion spacecraft to get silver coating

Orion spacecraft to get silver coating

As a part of the EM-1 project, Orion is to get silver coating. Scientists working in the project decided that an extra coating would make the Orion journey back to earth a better one. The project is scheduled to be launched in 2018.

Neil deGrasse Tyson replies question on any difference in having sex in space

Neil deGrasse Tyson replies question on any difference in having sex in space

In a video posted this week, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson answered a fan’s question about sex in space. To it, Tyson had a bit humorous reply along with science mixed in it. He said space travellers interested in sexual activity should not forget to get some leather straps along.

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