Russian Mission Control says that International Space Station orbited Earth for 100,000th time

Russian Mission Control says that International Space Station orbited Earth for 100,000th time

On Monday, i.e. on 16th May, the ISS- International Space Station, which is the space laboratory showcasing co- operation between the biggest powers in the world like Russia and United states, orbited Earth for the 100,000th time. The information is given in this connection by the Russian Mission control and it is also informed that saying that “today the ISS made its hundred thousandth orbit around Earth.” The statements as released from the mission control centre which is based at the Moscow region, also said that the travelling at an…

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100 years after Einstein’s Relativity Theory proved valid: Study shows

100 years after Einstein’s Relativity Theory proved valid: Study shows

London: After many years, the Einstein’s providing general theory of relativity is proved valid when the now days’ scientists have made a 3D map of three thousand galaxies 13 billion light years from Earth. Thus, it can also be safely said that the theory propounded by the brilliant personality- Einstein proved valid even far into the universe. Moreover, it was also seen that though the fact that universe is expanding at an accelerated rate was discovered in the late of 1990s, the scientists were from that time trying to explain…

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India successfully launches its 7th and Last Satellite for its Own Navigation System

India successfully launches its 7th and Last Satellite for its Own Navigation System

Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh: Today, on Thursday, 28th April, the Indian Space Research Organisation- Isro found accomplishing the task of developing the navigation system with the successful launch of IRNSS- 1G which is India’s own navigation system, and is last in the series of seven navigation satellites. IRNSS- 1G which means Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System – 1G was lifted off by the PSLV- Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle C33 from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre’s based first launch pad which is located in the Sriharikota. The said launch was experienced at…

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NASA: BEAM Inflatable Space Habitat to Launch to Space Station Next Week

NASA: BEAM Inflatable Space Habitat to Launch to Space Station Next Week

United States: Scientists from NASA have developed a space habitat which is inflatable for the astronauts on their lunar trips or Mars Mission. This is known as the Bigelow Expandable Activity Module ‘BEAM’ which is to remain attached for two years to ISS. ‘BEAM’ allow astronauts to attach themselves to the back of the space station and get inflammation for twice the original size of the space habitat. The technology for habitat can be transported to the space easily as well as it consumes very less space on the aircraft…

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Now fungus will be sent to Space Station for medicinal purpose

Now fungus will be sent to Space Station for medicinal purpose

Washington, United States: It is for the time, that the Fungi will be sent to the International Space Station for the development of the medicine, as disclosed by the University of Southern California’s researchers. It is also further revealed by the researchers that the joint experiments are to be conducted by the Scientists from the University and also by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory of NASA- National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Moreover, in the experiments, which will be putting specimen of Aspergillus nidulans in the high- radiationand micro- gravity condition in…

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