Tag: NASA

Asteroid Apophis Won’t Impact Earth for at least 100 Years: NASA

Old thoeries have predicted an early impact of Asteroid Apophis on Earth. NASA has recently clarified that the same won't happen for at least 100 years. Find out more.

First Sounds From Mars Captured By NASA Rover

The Mars rover from NASA has sent first-ever audio readings like the mesmerising sound of Martian wind, captured from its SuperCam instrument, back home.

Creating Space Music from Images: Accessible Astronomy and More Discoveries

Who knew we could hear Space? NASA's Chandra X-ray Center has made it possible. Find out how music in space can revolutionize astronomy.

NASA Touches Down on An Asteroid Successfully

NASA has confirmed that their probe has successfully reached the asteroid Bennu yesterday. Find out more.

NASA Selects Nokia to Build the First 4G LTE Network on the Moon

Aren't we all getting tired of 'network issues' here on Earth? Worry not! Very soon, you will be able to get network on the Moon as well, thanks to Nokia.

The Untapped Power of Moonshots: A Paradigm Shift

In this article, we explore the untapped power of moonshot thinking, and its impact on modern society.

Asteroid the Size of a Boeing 747 to Cross Earth’s Orbit Today

An asteroid is likely to cross Earth's orbit on Wednesday, 7th October 2020. 2020 RK2, will be at about a distance of 2,380,000 miles away from Earth.

NASA’s SS Kalpana Chawla Cygnus Spacecraft Carrying 8000-pound Supplies Arrives at ISS

A NASA spacecraft named in honour of late astronaut Kalpana Chawla has been launched to the International Space Station (ISS) with 8000 pounds supplies.