Astronomers suggest that the frenzied star birth is sparked by intergalactic gas raining on one end of the galaxy as it drifts through space.
The latest approach to spot black holes compares waveforms directly to numerical relativity simulations to reanalyze the first gravitational wave detection.
The booster was fired up for its second qualification ground test at test facilities in Utah in the US
The images were captured at thermal infrared wavelengths using newly-upgraded thermal imager called VISIR
Research scientists with IBM have discovered a recycling process to help convert old smartphones and CDs into non-toxic, high-strength plastics.
In less than four years since landing on Mars, the ChemCam instrument has analysed roughly 1,500 rock and soil samples and found results which suggest the oxidising environment of the planet.
Google Maps' new imagery from Landsat 8 is now available across all Google mapping products
Gravitational waves were first predicted 100 years ago by Albert Einstein as part of his Theory of General Relativity.
International Astronomical Search Collaboration (IASC) US is offering students from India a chance to add to NASA's database of asteroids hurtling in space.
Sampson Hu, founder of SAT in 2013, said that conventional antennas cannot be located immediately next to each other because of signal interference.
Integration of BrahMos with Su-30 MKI gives the weapon multi-platform capability, making the IAF the only Air Force in the world in procession of a supersonic cruise missile system.
No one thinks they’re going to kill the person they’re fighting with just one punch, but it is a common enough occurrence.
The most common form of cancerous brain tumour in adults, known by its medical name glioblastoma, also happens to be the most aggressive.
Brains of those diagnosed with conduct disorder have a higher ‘structural covariance’
Climate sensitivity depends on a number of properties of the earth's climate system, such as the composition of clouds and cloud cover.
One of the components of the bio-ink, a synthetic polymer, causes the bio-ink to change from liquid to solid when the temperature is raised.
The image captured by New Horizons shows a deep canyon informally named Argo Chasma grazing the limb
Tridymite is generally associated with silicic volcanism, which is known on Earth but was not thought to be important or even present on Mars
NASA app, available for free in the App Store on Apple TV, has been downloaded more than 17 million times across all platforms
Industry- ISRO together will come up with a mechanism that will increase launch of more and more satellites.
ISRO launched record 20 satellites from Sriharikota which included academic satellite, Swayam, developed by students of College of Engineering, Pune
The new model bolsters the case for an ocean environment in the furthest reaches of the solar system.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated ISRO and described Wednesday's launch as a "monumental" accomplishment.
ISRO's big mission today has seen 20 satellites launched successfully in orbit and here are all the details to note.
Watch the launch of ISRO's PSLV C-34 here. With 20 satellites, this is ISRO's largest ever launch
Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle PSLV-C34 was used to carry the satellites, including India’s earth observation spacecraft Cartosat-2, from the second launch pad of the space centre.
With a wingspan of 385 feet (117 m), the six-engine plane will be larger than Howard Hughes' 1947 H-4 Hercules
"The newborn planet will help us better understand how planets form, which is important for understanding the processes that led to the formation of Earth," said Erik Petigura of California Institute of Technology.
Scientists have designed the world's first microchip containing 1,000 independent programmable processors.
Blue Origin, The private space company run by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, has completed its fourth successful unmanned rocket launch.
Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle PSLV-C34 will be used to carry the satellites, including India's earth observation spacecraft Cartosat-2, from the second launch pad of the space centre at 9.26 AM on June 22.
Researchers carried out high-sensitivity observations with ALMA and found light from ionised oxygen in SXDF-NB1006-2, making this the most distant unambiguous detection of oxygen ever obtained.
Cassini has shown us several such ‘dents’ in the F ring, but this was one of the first times the anomaly was caught in such great detail so soon after the disturbance occurred.
States in the north, including Delhi, expected to witness widespread rainfall from June 26.
A new study has found that archerfish, a tropical aquatic creature, can distinguish between human faces and retain the memory over a long period of time.
Two years ago, India said it would aim to produce 100 GW of electricity through solar energy and another 60 GW through wind energy by the year 2020.