A huge of number of people keeps on thinking about the existence of some other intelligent beings in the universe but still we have not met any aliens. Why? Continue reading Why we have not met Aliens yet?
Deep space missions could increase the chances of cardiovascular diseases, thereby increasing the chances of deaths in astronauts. Continue reading Space disturbs the heart-related system and increases the chances of death
This video (https://youtu.be/1bMat88QDUE) has some points of thinking in Urdu language. It is talking about: Continue reading Kuch sochnay ki baatein (a video on scientific research in Urdu language)
Universe would end earlier than the anticipated time for the Sun to burn completely. Continue reading End of Universe – estimated earliest time
According to a new model, Big Bang never happened and Universe existed forever without any beginning. Continue reading New model says that the Universe has no start and it existed forever
Earth is actually a combination of two planets, i.e. Earth and Theia, a planet thought to be about the size of Mars. Continue reading Earth = combination of two planets (study shows)
Our Solar System has ninth planet in the outer spaces as evidenced by researchers. Continue reading New reports for a giant planet in the Solar System
NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity has recently sent an interesting image of Mars showing a “floating spoon” type of thing on the planet. This floating spoon looks like hovering above a ridge with a shadow on the surface. Continue reading Curiosity’s finding of strange “floating spoon” on Mars
“Two possibilities exist: Either we are alone in the Universe or we are not. Both are equally terrifying” (Arthur C. Clarke)
Life on Earth is a common thing. Life on clouds and in water looks interesting. And life on places other than the Earth (extraterrestrial life) looks…ummmm…possible. In this article, I will try to note some information ranging from hypothesis to scientific information related to the life on places other than Earth. Continue reading Life on places other than the Earth
NASA will work with two aeronautical firms, Boeing and SpaceX, in a taxi contract to take astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS) in the coming years to perform important science research and other related tasks on ISS. NASA is also thinking to use the same technologies to take astronauts to other places in space such as Mars and asteroids in the future.
This contract would reduce the U.S.’s dependence on Russia to take and bring astronauts to and from the space station. At this time, Russian Soyuz takes at least four astronauts of NASA in a year at the price of $71 million per seat. On the other hand, SpaceX noted the cost $20 million per seat in the future after the success of technological contract. Continue reading NASA’s contract with Boeing and SpaceX