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Sun blamed for moratorium on sending commands to Mars By NASA | Last Updated: 23rd July, 2017, 04:50

Data will keep coming from Mars to Earth, although loss or corruption of some bits is anticipated and the data will be retransmitted later

Sun blamed for moratorium on sending commands to Mars

Humans turning Earth into 'plastic planet' Humans turning Earth into 'plastic planet'

Notable exceptions are materials that are used extensively in the construction sector, such as steel and cement


NASA eyes solar eclipse to understand Earth's energy system NASA eyes solar eclipse to understand Earth's energy system

This will help them understand how energy is propagated on Earth


Solar eclipse offers millions a chance at citizen science Solar eclipse offers millions a chance at citizen science

NASA is reminding people to take eye safety precautions because it is never safe to look at the Sun during an eclipse


'Mystery' signal from space is not aliens 'Mystery' signal from space is not aliens

The signal, which has been formally named "Weird!" is interference from a distant satellite


India’s Ambani to launch free smartphone as he shakes up telecoms India’s Ambani to launch free smartphone

The announcement, made at a boisterous Reliance Industries annual general meeting in Mumbai


3D technology helps reveal face of Bronze Age farmer 3D technology helps reveal face of Bronze Age farmer

The project is part of a heritage effort to connect Buxton Museum's collections to the surrounding landscape


New AR-based facial recognition feature unveiled New AR-based facial recognition feature unveiled

The new application offers some unique features which include creating and customising personal AR face profiles


Hubble captures tiny Martian moon Phobos Hubble captures tiny Martian moon Phobos

The little moon completes an orbit in just seven hours and 39 minutes, which is faster than Mars rotates


Google Maps adds the International Space Station Now Google maps will also guide in space!

Some of the photography features pop-up text descriptions, marking the first time such annotations have appeared on the Maps platform


New robotic device to fix pipe leaks from inside New robotic device to fix pipe leaks from inside

The team from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has developed a new robotic system that could provide a fast, inexpensive solution


Humans reached Australia 65,000 years ago Humans reached Australia 65,000 years ago

The archaeologists made the conclusion following an excavation at the Madjedbebe rock shelter near Kakadu National Park in northern Australia


Early life on Earth began on land not sea: Scientists Early life on Earth began on land not sea: Scientists

    A paradigm-shifting hypothesis has pushed back the time for the emergence of microbial…


Microsoft cloud to help Baidu self-driving car effort Microsoft cloud to help Baidu self-driving car effort

Microsoft will enable alliance members to collaborate, share information and tap into the analytic power of Azure cloud computing


Facebook to launch paid news subscription product Facebook to launch paid news subscription product

The paywall idea is based on premium and metered plans and has been in the works for a while


High-energy trap identified in center of Milky Way High-energy trap identified in center of Milky Way

Cosmic rays are high-energy particles moving through space at almost the speed of light

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