First space hotel with artificial gravity is expected to launch in 2025

Have you ever planned of going out for holidays to spend time with your loved ones and that too in different places with different place experience. There are many people who are still dreaming of going to space just to spend time and for experience now the dream is going to be fulfilled. The hotel …

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Missing methane on Mars might finally have been solved

The curiosity rover on Mars has been detecting signs of methane, however, the ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter, would pick up significantly lesser amounts of it than the rover measured. For instance, once Curiosity measured average methane concentrations of 0.41 parts per billion inside Gale crater, a 154-meter crater at the equator of Mars and it …

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Chandrayaan-2 Orbiter has life expectancy of 7 years, 95% of mission accomplished

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on Saturday said that 90 to 95 per cent of the Chandrayaan-2 mission objectives have been accomplished successfully and it would continue contributing to Lunar science despite the loss of communication with the Lander. ISRO said that the precise launch and mission management had ensured a long life of almost …

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China found a mysterious gel like substance on the Moon’s far side

China’s Chang’e 4 lunar rover has discovered an unidentified “gel-like” substance on the moon’s far side. This lunar probe was launched in early December has taken part in a historic exploration of the far side of the moon sometimes it is incorrectly called the “dark side”. Chang’e 4 launched on Moon on January 3rd, becoming the first spacecraft to …

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Trying to establish communication with Vikram lander, says ISRO’s chief K. Sivan

Indian Space Research organisation (ISRO) lost it’s touch with the Vikram lander minutes before it was about to land near the south pole of the Moon of about 2.1kms away. This was the heartbreaking moment left for ISRO scientists visibly distraught. ISRO said Vikram’s performance was good until the moment contact with the lander was …

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