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Australians take NASA balloon for UFO
Melbourne, April 27 : Many people in Victoria took a NASA balloon for an unidentified flying object (UFO) and one of them even called police, the Southland Times reported.
NASA spy telescopes to decode mysterious dark energy
Washington, April 27 : The US space agency is planning to use two former spy telescopes to study mysterious dark energy in space.
No quake forecast for India by NASA: Government
New Delhi, April 26 : The NASA has made no earthquake forecast for India, the government said on Sunday, and asked people to ignore text messages with a "fake" prediction of a strong quake to hit north India.
NASA's Hubble telescope celebrates 25th anniversary with stunning ...
Washington, Apr.24 : NASA has released a stunning image of celestial fireworks to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope.
Celestial fireworks mark happy birthday for Hubble
Washington, April 24 : NASA has unveiled stunning celestial fireworks as an official image to commemorate the 25th anniversary of its Hubble space telescope that was launched on April 24, 1990.
Celestial tapestry represents Hubble telescope at 25
Washington, April 24 : A spectacular tapestry studded with young stars is the official image chosen by NASA to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope.
New NASA coalition to lead search for life on distant worlds
Washington, April 23 : A new NASA initiative is embracing a team approach to the quest for life on planets around other stars.
Join Twitter geography trivia from space
Washington, April 23 : If you want to grab a copy of a NASA astronaut's signed picture, join this trivia game fast.
NASA assembles unprecedented scientific team to find life on far-away ...
Washington, Apr.22 : NASA has assembled an unprecedented scientific team to find life on far-away worlds.
First 3D-printed copper rocket engine part is here
Washington, April 22 : In a first, NASA engineers have used 3D printing to make the first full-scale copper engine part, a combustion chamber liner that operates at extreme temperatures and pressures.
NASA celebrates Earth's splendid beauty
Washington, April 22 : Celebrating the Earth Day, NASA has released some of the most gorgeous images and a stunning video of planet Earth as captured from the International Space Station (ISS).
55-year-old NASA snap captured alien spacecraft
Washington, April 21 : An "unexplained" object seen in an 1960 image taken by a NASA probe could be an alien spacecraft, claims a UFO enthusiast.
Computerized draw of lots for selection of yatris for Kailash ...
New Delhi, Apr. 20 : Secretary (ER) in the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), Sujata Mehta, today presided over a computerized draw of lots for selection of yatris for the Kailash Manasarovar Yatra - 2015.
Now, NASA climate scientists hunt for alien life
Washington, April 20 : After more than 30 years of studying the Earth, a team at the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) in New York will adapt its global climate model to simulate conditions on potentially habitable exoplanets.
NASA seeks ideas to protect humans on Mars journey
Washington, April 20 : NASA is offering an award of up to $30,000 for innovative design ideas to protect a spacecraft's crew on the journey to Mars.
NASA's Dawn spacecraft captures sunlit North Pole of Ceres
Washington, Apr.17 : NASA's Dawn spacecraft captured images of sunlit North Pole of Ceres, it has been reported.
NASA's MESSENGER probe prepares for collision with Mercury on April ...
Washington, Apr.17 : The NASA's MESSENGER probe that made surprising discoveries of ice and other materials on Mercury will crash on the planet around April 30, after it runs out of propellant.
NASA's Mercury probe set for death plunge
Washington, April 17 : Two weeks from now, the first-ever NASA spacecraft to orbit Mercury will take a dramatic death plunge into the innermost planet of the solar system.
NASA Spacecraft achieves unprecedented success studying Mercury
Washington, Apr 17 : After extraordinary science findings and technological innovations, a NASA spacecraft launched in 2004 to study Mercury will impact the planet's surface, most likely on April 30, after it runs out of propellant.
Meteorites reveal new age for moon
Washington, April 17 : After analysing shock signatures found in stony meteorites that came from the main asteroid belt, a NASA-funded research team has estimated the moon's age as slightly less than 4.5 billion years.
'NASA MESSENGER' spacecraft to crash into Mercury soon
Washington, April 17 : US space agency NASA said that its 11-year-old MESSENGER spacecraft will crash into the surface of Mercury, most likely on April 30, after it runs out of fuel.
Bouncing robots may soon replace rovers on NASA missions
Washington, Apr.16 : Researchers are in works to develop bouncing robots that may replace rovers on NASA's future missions.
Robotic car that can drive sideways
New York, April 16 : Here is a car that can drive straight ahead and, well, sideways too. Developed by NASA, the Modular Robotic Vehicle (MRV) is an electric car that can also drive itself!
NASA reveals first-ever colour image of Pluto
Washington, April 16 : NASA's New Horizons spacecraft, set to fly by the Pluto system on July 14, has sent its first colour image of the dwarf planet and its largest moon Charon.
NASA telescope finds planet deep within our galaxy
Washington, April 15 : NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope has teamed up with a telescope on the ground to find a remote gas planet about 13,000 light years away, making it one of the most distant planets known.
There may be liquid water on Mars' surface
Washington, Apr.14 : NASA's Mars rover Curiosity has provided evidence that there might be liquid water on the Red planets' surface.
Forget ice, Mars may have liquid water
London, April 14 : Adding to the growing literature on possible life conditions on the Red Planet, new research from NASA's Mars rover Curiosity shows that it is possible that there is liquid water close to the surface of Mars.
NASA offers Rs.11 lakh for 70 days of bed rest
London, April 13 : The US space agency is offering around Rs.11 lakh if you are selected to participate in a three-month study that requires you to stay in bed rest for three months. The study is aimed at finding out ways to keep astronauts healthier and safer when they spend a long time in space.
NASA convinced it will discover alien life by 2045
By Marc Arcas, Washington, April 12 : NASA scientists are now convinced that extraterrestrial life is a fact, not a mere possibility, and say man will find conclusive signs of life far from the Earth by the year 2045.
NASA says, it will discover extraterrestrial life by 2045
Washington, April 12 : NASA scientists are now convinced that extraterrestrial life is a fact, not a mere possibility, and says man will find conclusive signs of life far from Earth by the year 2045.