|Now Indian women can protect their profile pictures on Facebook with these new tools||22 June 2017|
|NASA tests ROSA on Space Station for first time||22 June 2017|
|China unveils World’s first train that runs on Virtual Tracks||22 June 2017|
Maharashtra Forest Minister, Sudhir Mungantiwar has said that the government plans to launch a mobile app named ‘My Plant’ on 1 July 2017 that will help in recording data regarding tree plantations in the state.
Out of the 30 co-passenger nano-satellites, 29 belong to foreign customers from 14 countries. The lone domestic nano-satellite from an educational institution in Kanyakumari district.
By triggering the Photo Guard, one can prevent the downloading, sharing, or sending of the photo in a Facebook message.
NASA engineers remotely attached the ROSA to the International Space Station’s robotic Canadarm2. ROSA will remain be attached to the Canadarm2 over seven days.
China has unveiled the world's first ‘railless train’ that runs on a virtual track making use of a sensor technology instead of metal railway tracks.
NASA's Kepler space telescope has spotted 219 potentially new planets, among which at least 10 are in the habitable zone, nearly about the same size as the Earth with conditions suitable to host life.
This Hard X-ray Modulation Telescope (HXMT) was carried into orbit by Long March-4B rocket from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Centre in northwest China's Gobi Desert.
Scientists in collaboration with Toyota are developing a new system that would be able to predict if a car driver is about to have a heart attack.
Kelt-9b planet was discovered in 2014 when astronomers spotted the shadow as it crossed the face of its host star 650 light years away.
GSAT-19, the communication satellite of ISRO, will have several features include fibre optic gyro, miniaturised heat pipe & Ku-band TTC transponder among others.
This time, the detection has revealed not merely a black hole merger, but also the alignment of the spins of the black holes.
Japan has launched a satellite to help build a high-precision geolocation system that will complement the U S operated Global Positioning System (GPS).
Solar Probe Plus Spacecraft, NASA's first mission to a star which will be launched in 2018, is now named as the Parker Solar Probe in honour of astrophysicist Eugene Parker.
India was the first country in the world to have been given the Pioneer Area for exploration of deep-sea mineral viz. Polymetallic nodules in the Central Indian Ocean Basin in 1987.
This soil-to-soil manufacturing technology of biofuel was developed at the P K Sinha Centre for bio-energy at IIT Kharagpur
After eight test flights, the technology has successfully spotted safer landing zones like swamps or drainage ditches to crash.
The Indian system is expected to be significantly more accurate than the GPS powered by American satellites. The American GPS with 24 satellites in a constellation has wider reach and covers the entire world, while NavIC with seven satellites covers only India and its surroundings.
ISRO is set to launch India’s heaviest rocket, ‘fat boy’, which will be capable of carrying the heaviest satellites and even manned missions to space.
The telescope is also designed to be an adaptive telescope and has the ability to correct atmospheric turbulence.
Juno captured the images which portray Jupiter, the largest planet in the Solar System, as a complex, gigantic, turbulent world.
The result was published recently in the journal Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology.
The moon dust bag will be up for auction along with a signed photograph of Armstrong’s companion Buzz Aldrin on the Moon and other noteworthy objects.
The Indian team named Hyperloop India will be developing OrcaPod at an estimated expense of Rs 75 lakh.
On 10 May 2017, the behemoth flew for a total of 180 minutes to test its handling, improved landing technology, among other things. It was only the third flight of the Airlander 10.
The aim of the mission is to observe Earth and establish a pathway for future joint missions for Mars exploration.
Astronomers have created the first largest map of the universe, solely using the positions of quasars that are incredibly bright and distant points of light.
The technique was developed under "PervasiveSUB Project" that was financed by "PervasiveSUB Project"
The product will soon be available in Indian and global markets under the brand name Nasofilters by Nanoclean Global Pvt Ltd, a company formed by the innovators.
Kartik Chandran, a Professor in the Department of Microbiology at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in Bronx, New York, helped identify the antibodies.
An Indian institute has successfully created the country’s first smart grid project, which would generate power from renewable sources of energy like wind and vegetable waste.