|NASA orbiter spots strange secondary craters on Mars||19 April 2017|
|First Made in India industrial robot BRABO unveiled||19 April 2017|
|New version of Google Earth launched||19 April 2017|
The rocks which were ejected from the secondary crater had an impact on the ground by creating a huge number of smaller craters all over the region.
BRABO stands for “Bravo Robot”. It has been developed indigenously for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) in India.
Google has launched a new version of its Google Earth app that will give its users guided tours through the landmarks of their choice.
As per the study, the firm’s ‘killed virus vaccine’ or ‘inactivated vaccine’ contains virus that has been grown in culture and then killed using physical or chemical processes.
ISRO is planning to form a joint venture with a consortium of industries to build a polar satellite launch vehicle (PSLV).
Scientists have found evidence of a second great spot on Jupiter. The newly discovered spot is much higher up and cooler that the surroundings.
Researchers have discovered ingredients on the moons of Saturn and Jupiter that reveal that they may have a habitable environment.
Pakistan was not included in the South Asia Satellite project as they did not want to be a part of the project.
The completion is an important milestone for the international Belle II collaboration and the SuperKEKB accelerator.
Typically, vaccines can either increase the amount of antibody production or they can stimulate cells, called cytotoxic T cells, to directly kill the offending agent.
The principle mapping and survey organisation of India has proposed an Indo-Nepal joint exercise to re-measure the height of Mount Everest.
The Union Ministry has launched a new web portal, ‘nakshe’ on the occasion of Survey of India’s 250 Anniversary.
Astronomers have discovered a new planet, which could possibly be a twin of Venus in our solar system. The planet was found closely orbiting a dim star.
Scientists have discovered atmosphere around a planet that is close to Earth’s size. The atmosphere is likely to be rich in water vapour or methane.
NASA has extended veteran astronaut Peggy Whitson’s stay on the International Space station by three months. This would give the scientists a chance to study the changes in Whitson’s body and add to the existing information collected from Scott Kelly’s one-year long stay in space.
A group of Chinese scientists has discovered a soil fungus that can grow on plastic and help solve the ever-growing concern of plastic waste disposal.
Scientists recently used a new technique -X-ray binary star system-to detect orbiting exoplanets.
The Australian National University has invited everyday stargazers to join their search for ‘Planet 9’. The university is confident that the planet’s discovery would help make Pluto’s weird orbit more sense.
ISRO commissioned world’s third largest hypersonic wind tunnel in a space centre in Kerala’s capital, Thiruvananthapuram.
NASA to send its newly developed next-generation atomic clock to space to help in the navigation of space crafts and astronauts.
A team of scientists in the Netherlands has developed a new wireless internet network, which will work a hundred times faster than the best existing networks.
Japan launched a new satellite to monitor North Korea’s movements amidst worries over its increasing missile launching missions.
Though the 3-parent technique is considered as a major breakthrough, it is well recognised that replacing a mother's faulty mitochondrial DNA is not that simple.
A recent study of the fossilised eggshell fragments of ostrich revealed that the flightless bird species existed in India 25000 years ago.
The first satellite of Europe's Copernicus observation program was launched in April 2014.
The Wildlife Institute of India and the National Tiger Conservation Authority would be using drones to monitor the tiger count and habitat in 10 tiger reserves across the country.
Known as High Nitrogen Steel (HNS) for armour applications, it is not only tough but also has good strength.
NASA plans to send its first unmanned spacecraft to the Sun to understand why the blazing star’s surface is not as hot as its atmosphere.
World’s first robotic table tennis coach sets new Guinness World Record by playing tennis better than most humans.
Scientists are convinced that the discovery of the seven Earth-like exo-planets may lead to a new and interesting break-through in space studies.