Barely an hour before its scheduled launch, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) aborted its Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) over concerns of fuel leak.
Wow! How interesting is it to witness the nature speak! A sun-grazing comet was recently seen zooming or shaving its way to the booming sun. The zoom has been captured by the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) and is now available on some websites.
Will a Warship, become a transport dock for a capsule? Yes, Department of Defense and NASA have collaborated and carried out a test trial for recovery of a space capsule. As the Space administration gets ready for another deep space exploration escapade, The NASA and Navy may be ready for the astronauts involved in the Orion Program.
Are the stars running away from a cosmic crash? Well, NASA’s Space Telescope Hubble has something to say about this! A spectacular collision is suspected between two spiral galaxies. Will this result in a chaotic stampede of the fleeing stars?
All’s ready and the astronauts are prepared with their paraphernalia for the final Space walk. But before that, on Friday at 10:40 a.m. EDT, two flight engineers Fyodor Yurchikhin and Alexander Misurkin would be venturing out of the docking compartment and start their walk.
Let’s wish Kepler a good bye folks!! NASA has finally quit on Kepler Spacecraft! The US Space administration has decided to stop making any effort to get it back working and the last attempt made at recovering the reaction wheels of the Kepler Observatory was unsuccessful and could not be fixed according to the NASA officials.
It’s after a gap of 11 years again!!! The Sun’s magnetic field will be witnessing a shift and a reversal in its magnetic field. So, the ripples across the complete solar system are expected very soon.
The skies are dazzling again! Astronaut buffs and the star gazers must be rubbing their hands in glee as they view the annual firework display created by the Perseid meteor shower. This is the most brilliant and spectacular exhibit of “shooting stars” according to the astronomers
Is there microbial life on the Red Planet? NASA’s Curiosity Rover is busy searching for evidence of life in its second year on the planet, Mars. Curiosity Rover’s first anniversary on Mars falls this week, so wish it good luck and watch out for some “lively news”!
Get ready with your eyes focused at the dark blueness above and keep your fingers crossed for clear weather this August! This is for you sky watchers. A brilliant dazzle is expected from the Perseid Meteor shower and the stunning Comet ISON in August.