More Oceans In The Universe Than Expected—Pluto’s Simulations

Pluto’s latest simulations are backing the chance of a long existed liquid ocean present underneath the Sputnik Planitia’s icy crust which is sited nearby the equator and approximately of Texas’s size. The simulations presented that hundreds of millions of years ago, in absence of a gas hydrate insulating layer, the subsurface sea of the planet… Continue reading More Oceans In The Universe Than Expected—Pluto’s Simulations

Hubble Results Show About The Expansion Of The Universe

The all-new outcomes from the Hubble Space Telescope dig out one of the largest obscurities in space science. Astronomers are aware of the expanding universe, and the expansion is happening at a very fast rate. From time to time, you will listen to news stories that claim about the expansion of the universe even faster… Continue reading Hubble Results Show About The Expansion Of The Universe

UK’s Sabre Space Rocket Engine Technology Reaches New Milestone

Reportedly, engineers in the U.K. advanced a new propulsion system, whose technology had passed another significant milestone. The Sabre rocket engine is intended to drive space airplanes to revolve and take aircraft across the globe in just a few hours. To function, it requires managing very high-temperature air flow and the group at REL (Reaction… Continue reading UK’s Sabre Space Rocket Engine Technology Reaches New Milestone

A Light Beam Can Cause Expansion And Contraction In A Novel Polymer

Just like some medicines that slowly dispense its essential ingredients in the body after experiencing a pH variation, artificial muscles will be developed in the future that could activate when the light fall over the skin surface. In the preliminary research, a team of researchers has manufactured a novel material that shows contractions and expansions… Continue reading A Light Beam Can Cause Expansion And Contraction In A Novel Polymer

Amazon To Launch 3236 Satellites To Offer Broadband Internet From Space

Reportedly, the federal filings revealed that Amazon is intending to construct a network of over 3,236 satellites in a motivated attempt to offer global internet access. The project is known as Project Kuiper, the step symbolizes the recent space ambition of Jeff Bezos. Earlier, Amazon has declared its cloud business would construct a network of… Continue reading Amazon To Launch 3236 Satellites To Offer Broadband Internet From Space

Mars Helicopter Of NASA Accomplishes Flight Tests, Set To Soar To Red Planet

NASA’s Mars Helicopter has fruitfully accomplished a sequence of tests and is set to take a trip to Mars, said the US space organization. The Mars Helicopter will liftoff as a technology demonstrator onboard with the Mars 2020 rover in July 2020 on a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket at the Cape Canaveral Air… Continue reading Mars Helicopter Of NASA Accomplishes Flight Tests, Set To Soar To Red Planet

Roscosmos Considering NASA’s Appeal To Rearrange Soyuz Spacecraft’s Launch

Reportedly, Dmitry Rogozin—Roscosmos’s Chief—said that the Russian space agency is taking into account NASA’s appeal to reschedule the liftoff of a crewed Soyuz MS-13 spaceship to the ISS (International Space Station). NASA had applied to Roscosmos in recent time with a plea to reschedule the launch of the Soyuz MS-13 spaceship for late July and… Continue reading Roscosmos Considering NASA’s Appeal To Rearrange Soyuz Spacecraft’s Launch

The U.S. Military Was Instantly Aware Of India’s Satellite Missile Test

The U.S. military’s early caution and surveillance network in recent time detected India’s anti-missile launch targeted at one of its satellites in the lower Earth orbit. Lt. General David D. Thompson—Vice Commander of AFSPC (Air Force Space Command)—stated, “Our unit was aware regarding the test.” After the launch was noticed, “We instantly started providing notice… Continue reading The U.S. Military Was Instantly Aware Of India’s Satellite Missile Test

U.S. Allows Companies To Initiate Nuclear Power Work To Deal With Saudi Arabia

A copy of a document was recently reviewed by Reuters, in which it was mentioned that the six secret authorizations have been approved by the U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry, known as Part 810 authorizations, for industries to deal with Saudi Arabia regarding nuclear power technology and assistance. The U.S. administration has peacefully chased a… Continue reading U.S. Allows Companies To Initiate Nuclear Power Work To Deal With Saudi Arabia