NASA spacecraft set for Bennu asteroid exploration that might hit Earth


The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is ready to send a spacecraft to an asteroid that is a potential danger to our planet. The OSIRIS-REx (Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security, Regolith Explorer) is the name of the upcoming mission. The mission is targeted to Bennu, a C-Type asteroid (carbonaceous asteroids). With the OSIRIS-Rex, … Read more

NASA Curiosity Rover is using AI to pick target on Mars

NASA Curiosity Rover

After nearly four years of deployment, the Curiosity rover mission launched by NASA is reportedly making scientific decisions on its own with the help of AEGIS software. According to reports, the Martian explorer integrated with the Curiosity rover mission currently fetches few rock targets to collide with the laser on its ChemCam instrument with the … Read more

NASA’s EPIC presents time-lapse video of Earth Spin an entire year


NASA has released a spectacular time-lapse video of the Earth prepared with images captured by the Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (EPIC). In 365 days, more than three thousand images have been captured by the camera. EPIC is a climate observing camera placed on NASA’s Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) satellite placed about one million miles … Read more

NASA Kepler K2 mission confirms existence of 100+ Exoplanets

According to latest reports, an international team of astronomers comprising of researchers and scientists with the assistance of NASA’s Kepler K2 mission have discovered a treasure trove, which confirms the existence of 100+ Exoplanets. Even though the Kepler K2 mission unraveled 197 initial planets, the scientists who participated in the discovery confirmed the presence of … Read more

NASA continues to explore solar system in depth


National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is currently exploring the behavior of our solar system to fetch answers to basic questions such as how humans came to the earth, where humans are going. Moreover, the US-based space agency is also gearing up to find whether humans are alone in the universe. These experiments are reportedly … Read more

NASA studies the Earth’s ability to absorb CO2 at higher temps

NASA has announced the initiation of a new study focusing on our planet’s ability to absorb CO2 at higher temps. We humans are the only species on Earth that has managed to surpass its homeostatic mechanisms and overpopulate the planet with exceedingly high rates. And as a result, we have created an environment that consists … Read more