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A new study claim: Black holes do not exist


Black holes – the most dense objects in the universe that do not even let light escape- do not exist, a physics professor in the US has claimed. Laura Mersini-Houghton at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the College of Arts and Sciences, has proven, mathematically, that black holes can never come into being in the first place. ... Read More »

ISRO Mars Orbiter Mission Plan


The Launch Vehicle – PSLV-C25 will inject the Spacecraft into an Elliptical Parking Orbit with a perigee of 250 km and an apogee of 23,500 km. With six Liquid Engine firing, the spacecraft is gradually maneuvered into a hyperbolic trajectory with which it escapes from the Earth’s Sphere of Influence (SOI) and arrives at the Mars Sphere of Influence. When ... Read More »

Mangalyaan sends first picture of Mars, tweets ‘The view is nice up here’


They are here! Mangalyaan’s first offering to India is out in the open. Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) released on Thursday the first image of Mars clicked by the indigenous Mangalyaan, which took India to soaring heights a day ago by slipping into the Red Planet’s orbit on the country’s maiden attempt. Isro said the photograph — named ‘First Light’ — it posted ... Read More »

A Short Analysis on Alien Abductions

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So what are these Alien Abductions? Here is an interesting analysis of the same: Most abduction experiences begin with the visual perception of a bright white light in the sky, field, etc or the abductee’s bedroom. Electronic devises and cars can start to malfunction or shut off completely. The abductee is paralyzed in some cases, allowed to move only his/her ... Read More »

Disassembled View of Mars Orbiter Spacecraft from ISRO


Indeed this is very interesting to know the internals of a spacecraft! Here we go: The spacecraft configuration is a balanced mix of design from flight proven IRS/INSAT/Chandrayaan-1 bus. Modifications required for Mars mission are in the areas of Communication, Power, Propulsion systems (mainly related to Liquid Engine restart after nearly 10 months) and on-board autonomy. 390 litres capacity propellant ... Read More »

Triangular shaped UFOs: A new shape of UFOs


Based on what we know and heard, circle was the shape to go with when it comes to UFOs, but recently a new shape is coming into the picture in this context, and its none other than triangular. The Flying Saucers For many years now, UFOs have more than not been identified as “flying saucers,” or disc-shaped objects. Of course, ... Read More »

Area 51: A Top Secret Government Facility


So what is this Area 51 and why was its kept a secret for so long? Literally thousands of government employees are sworn to secrecy at the base called Area 51. Why? It is known for a fact that many USA aircraft are designed and tested there, and for national security reasons, these state-of-the-art planes and weapons demand secrecy. Government ... Read More »

Indian Space Mission: Mangalyaan will send colour images of Mars from Wednesday


Following the successful re-firing of the main liquid engine of the Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) spacecraft for a minor trajectory change on Monday, Isro is planning to activate the colour camera payload and get the first images of the red planet by Wednesday afternoon. With Monday’s success, the possibility of MOM acquiring the desired orbit around Mars on Wednesday has ... Read More »

Cannibalism in Space: Our Milky Way set to ‘cannibalise’ smaller galaxies

According to Australian researchers, our own Milky Way is at a tipping point and expected to now grow mainly by eating smaller galaxies, rather than by collecting gas.

WASHINGTON: Massive galaxies in the universe have stopped making new stars and are instead gulping down nearby galaxies, according to new research. According to Australian researchers, our own Milky Way is at a tipping point and expected to now grow mainly by eating smaller galaxies, rather than by collecting gas. “The Milky Way has not merged with another large galaxy ... Read More »

Wanna travel to Space Station? these two companies will take Americans to Space Station

The astronaut Randy Bresnik preparing to enter the Boeing CST-100 spacecraft at a company facility in Houston.

Boeing and the Space Exploration Technologies Corporation are the winners in the competition to carry American astronauts to the International Space Station, NASA announced on Tuesday. The awards reflect a fundamental shift in NASA’s human spaceflight program, relying on private companies rather than the traditional hands-on approach, in which the space agency designed and operated the spacecraft. The first flights ... Read More »