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sulfur discovery
India's Chandrayaan-3 moon rover Makes Surprising Sulfur Discovery In Lunar South Pole Soil
After India’s Chandrayaan-3 Vikram lander made its historic lander on August 23, its rover commenced operation in search of scientific discovery for mankind. As the first spacecraft to successfully land...
Whirlpool Galaxy
James Webb Space Telescope Gazes Into The Spiral Arms Of The Whirlpool Galaxy (photos)
On August 29, NASA announced that its James Webb Space Telescope gazes into a spiral arm of the Whirlpool galaxy gloating in space in about 27 million light years away from us. The American space agency...
super blue moon
The Rare Super Blue Moon Will Rise On August 30, Here's How You Can Watch It Online For Free
If you have been fascinated with the phrase, “once in a blue moon,” you should get ready to witness the actual super blue moon, where the popular phrase originated from. Astronomers revealed that the super...
lunar gateway space station
 How Lunar Gateway Space Station Will Support Human Colonization Of The Moon And Mars In This Century
As NASA plans to return humans to the surface of the moon in the 21st century, the agency is also partnering with other agencies to place a space station called the lunar gateway around the moon’s orbit....
chandrayaan-3 mission
India's Chandrayaan-3 Mission Cost only $75 Million, While Interstellar Movie Cost $165 Million, Here's Why Chandrayaan-3 mission is way cheaper than most space movies
On August 23, the Indian Space Research Organisation successfully landed its Chandrayaan-3 mission on the lunar south pole. This successful touchdown was celebrated across the world as it remains the first...
super massive black hole
A Super massive Black Hole Consumed A Star and Ejects Its Pieces Into Space
Black holes often get messy after they consume a nearby star. In a recent observation, scientists spotted a super massive black hole consuming a massive star that moved close to its event horizon. The...
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