The annular solar eclipse, popularly known as the "ring of fire" eclipse, was visible in India today, with social media flooded with pictures
Advanced thinking to explore nature all around us for the benefit of mankind is always an integral part to science and technology. Taking note of the number of asteroids
Astronomers from the University of Copenhagen, among others, have discovered the queen of all supernovas. A stellar explosion twice as bright as any run-of-the-mill
Indiaâ€™s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle, in its fiftieth flight (PSLV-C48), successfully launched RISAT-2BR1 along with nine commercial satellites from Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) SHAR, Sriharikota.
Indiaâ€™s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle, in its forty ninth flight (PSLV-C47), successfully launched Cartosat-3 along with 13 Nanosatellites of USA from Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) SHAR, Sriharikota.
The size of the universe we a part, is not scientifically known but still we all know about the COSMOS all around us and have explanations about its dimensions in the scriptures. The sheer scale of the cosmos is hard to imagine, and even harder
Understanding the cosmos has always been a subject of curiosity not only to scientists but also to common mankind. From time immortals when science and technology was not even of present day level, people always
The first unequivocal evidence of where the heaviest elements were forged has now been found by a research group led by the University of Copenhagen. For the first time, an element heavier than iron has been clearly detected in the collision
Moon which is always there in the sky though we generally see it in the night has become a hot topic with the continuous human endeavors including Chandryan-1 and Chandrayan-2 by Indian scientists to reach to moon.
The first image of the Moon captured by Chandrayaan 2, India's ambitious Rs.1,000-crore moon mission, was tweeted by space agency ISRO today. Mare Orientale basin and Apollo