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NASA's Artemis 1 moon mission launch postponed for 3rd time over poor weather

Washington: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) said on Saturday it once again postponed the launch of Artemis 1 unmanned moon mission, scheduled for Tuesday, as tropical storm Ian is edging toward the US coast.

UK-based One Web's 36 satellites arrive in Sriharikota for launch

Chennai: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will be launching UK-based One Web's 36 satellites in an exclusive commercial launch using its heavy indigenous rocket GSLV-MKIII from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota SDSC-SHAR.

NASA scrubs second Artemis I launch attempt

Los Angeles/UNI: NASA scrubbed its second launch attempt of the Artemis I lunar mission due to a leak issue.

NASA postpones Artemis 1 Moon mission over 'engine bleed'

NASA postponed the launch of the Artemis 1 mission, an uncrewed flight around the Moon, which was scheduled to take off Monday from Florida after encountering a temperature issue with one of the four RS-25 engines.

A View From Space With Indian-American astronaut Raja Chari

Indian American astronaut Raja Chari spent 177 days on the International Space Station, where he conducted his first spacewalk and hada bird’s-eye view of Earth’s atmosphere. SPAN writer Krittika Sharma catches up with the spaceman

NASA's Webb detects carbon dioxide in exoplanet atmosphere

Los Angeles/IBNS: National Aeronautics Space Administration's (NASA's) James Webb Space Telescope has captured the first clear evidence for carbon dioxide in the atmosphere of a planet outside the solar system, NASA said.  

Dinosaurs evolved different eye socket shapes to allow stronger bites: Study

Birmingham: Large dinosaur predators, such as Tyrannosaurus rex, evolved different shapes of eye sockets to better deal with high bite forces, new research has shown.

Technical hitch develops in maiden launch of new ISRO rocket

Sriharikota(AP)/IBNS/UNI: A technical hitch has developed in analysing the lost data of India's maiden flight Small Satellite Launch Vehicle (SSLV), which lifted off the first launch pad at 0918 hrs, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) stated.

Nuclear technology helps Mexico eradicate invasive insect pest

New York: One of the most devastating insect pests infesting fruits and vegetables in Mexico has been eradicated in the state of Colima, according to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

Chinese rocket returns to Earth, lands near Philippines island

Beijing: A Chinese booster rocket made an uncontrolled return to earth on Saturday, leading US officials to chide Beijing for not sharing information about the potentially hazardous object's descent, Khaleej Times reported on Sunday.

NASA’s Webb captures dying star’s final ‘performance’ in fine detail

Washington: The dimmer star at the center of this scene has been sending out rings of gas and dust for thousands of years in all directions, and NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has revealed for the first time that this star is cloaked in dust.

NASA’s Webb delivers deepest infrared image of universe yet

Washington: NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has produced the deepest and sharpest infrared image of the distant universe to date.

DST-IISc energy storage platform moves towards enabling fast-charging solid-state batteries

Nanoscopic refractory metal layers like Tungsten could improve the performance of solid-state lithium metal batteries which are crucial for purposes like electrical mobility, researchers at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) have reported.

Google engineer says company's AI bot has come to think like humans, faces suspension

California/IBNS: Google engineer Blake Lemoine has claimed that the multinational tech company's artificial intelligence (AI) bot has become sentient (able to perceive or feel things) and shown signs of being able to think like human beings.

Assam govt signs MoA with Tata Technologies to upgrade technical institutes

Guwahati/IBNS: In a move to upgrade technical institutes covering all aspects of curriculum, training and equipment in consonance with the latest industry needs, a memorandum of agreement was signed between the government of Assam and Tata Technologies Limited in presence of Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma at Janata Bhawan in Guwahati on Wednesday.