The two sounding rocket teams will also employ data from ground-based radars to detect the cusp aurora even in the case of clouds
The technology was first discovered by Professor Harald Haas in 2011 of the University of Edinburgh
If CERN discovers a particle that has a speed greater than that of light, General theory of Relativity will fail.
Scientists have found that ultraviolet (UV) rays from Sun caused Mars to lose its atmospheric carbon dioxide, solving the long standing mystery of the 'missing' carbon on the red planet.
With Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin successfully landing its reusable rocket back to its launch site; the first ever reusable rocket is almost here
This is because Phobos is highly fractured, with lots of pores and rubble.
A study on how elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide levels and nitrogen depositions have enhanced the productivity of plants in comparison to the baseline year of 1850
Drought and crop failure can often be predicted by monitoring the weather and measuring soil moisture.
The findings were published in the journal Current Biology.
This is the second in a series of four guaranteed orders NASA will make under the Commercial Crew Transportation Capability contracts
Nasa engineers have refined key elements of thermal protection system of its Orion spacecraft for future explorations
Astronomers have found massive dark matter near Triangulum II - a small, faint galaxy at the edge of the Milky Way
Researchers are working on a project called BioPhone that could track biological signals using the smartphone's accelerometer
The collaboration between NASA and ISRO began in 2005 with the Chandrayaan-I mission where an eight-kilogram Moon Mineralogy mapper from NASA accompanied the mission, resulting in "joint-discovery" of water on moon.
NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope finds gamma-ray cycle in active galaxy
Rather than spewing molten rock, volcanoes on Pluto would have released frozen water, and other ices such as nitrogen, ammonia or methane
Researchers have developed a system that converts 2D videos into 3D, that can be played back on any 3D compatible device
NASA's Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) mission data has enabled researchers to determine the rate at which the Martian atmosphere currently is losing gas to space via stripping by the solar wind.
NASA releases a new video showing Sun in an eye melting 4K resolution
The US space agency will accept applications from December 14 through mid-February and expects to announce candidates selected in mid-2017.
ISRO is working on a chamber that will house astronauts and where the environment within the chamber can be controlled, making it habitable for human beings for an extended period of time.
Nissan's "intelligent driving" feature is smart enough to navigate intersections without lane markers.
Since the first permanent crew moved in on Nov. 2, 2000, 220 people have come and gone, representing 17 countries.
Antarctica is currently gaining enough ice to outweigh the increased losses from the continent's thinning glaciers, a new NASA study has found.
NASA says East Antarctica and West Antarctica are gaining ice but warns that it may reverse in few decades
Andrej Karpathy, a researcher at Stanford University's Computer Vision Lab, trained a neural network computer to learn what makes the perfect selfie by analysing millions of them
NASA's Cassini captures close up images of Saturn's last moon Enceladus in the recent flyby
The asteroid, estimated to be about 1,300 feet in diameter, will shoot past the planet at 22 miles per second on Halloween afternoon.
In September, NASA had released some stunning close-ups of Pluto as taken by the New Horizons spacecraft and it has now released a fuller version of an earlier picture.
Scott Kelly now officially holds record for the longest consecutive space flight by a US astronaut
Johnathan Hewis, an investigator from Charles Sturt University, analysed 464 tweets related to MRI over the course of one month
Scientists have designed an insect-like robot smaller than a paperclip that can both fly and swim - paving the way for future dual aerial aquatic robotic vehicles
Chesham market town in Buckinghamshire will be the first in world to get a 'smart' pavement with super fast public WiFi all free for residents.
New Horizons reveals last of Pluto's moon Kerberos, which appers smaller than what scientists expected and has a highly reflective surface
Researchers have demonstrated a new way to increase the data speeds of optical fibres which may lead to a faster Internet.
One of our groups is now trying to figure out the conditions under which this “coalescence” becomes a “phase transition”— the change from quark matter to nuclear matter.