news
science

Page :

1 2 3 
NDTV
NASA Stopwatch Can Measure Billionth Of SecondNDTVWashington: NASA scientists have developed a stopwatch timer that can measure within a fraction of a billionth of a second, an advance that can help record precise height measurements of sea ice, glaciers, forests and the rest of the Earth's surfaces.NASA stopwatch: This incredible timer made for ICESat-2 can measure fraction of billionth of secondNews NationNASA scientists devise a stop watch, quantifying time scales of up to a billionth of a secondCrazyEngineersGoddard Engineers Develop New Stopwatch for Timing a Space LaserAZoOptics.com (press release)TechRadarall 9 news articles »
Posted On :
Deccan Chronicle
Nasa unveils enhanced-color image of a mysterious "Dark Spot" on JupiterDeccan ChronicleNASA revealed citizen scientist Roman Tkachenko enhanced the colour to bring out the rich detail in the storm and surrounding clouds. The NASA's spacecraft Juno, orbiting around Jupiter, acquired the image of a “Dark Spot” through the JunoCam ...NASA JunoCam unveils close view of Jupiter's stunning swirling storms as Juno probe makes fifth flybyNews NationJuno orbiter races by Jupiter on fourth science passAstronomy Now OnlineJuno successfully buzzes Jupiter's cloud tops in its fifth flybyZee NewsBusiness Standard -Space.com -The Planetary Society (blog) -NEWS.com.auall 45 news articles »
Posted On :
News Nation
Gear yourself up for lethal heat even if Paris climate goals are metNews NationHeat stress intensifies in many parts of the world especially in some of the major cities in India and even if we meet our Paris climate goals, nine major cities in the country including Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata will continue facing deadly heat in the ...Live in a megacity? Prepare for deadly heat even if Paris climate goals metBusiness StandardIndian cities may face deadly heatwaves due to global warming, warn scientistsThe Indian Express2015 déjà vu: Are Indian cities about to witness a repeat of deadly heatwaves?Zee NewsABP Live -The Guardian -The Independent -Daily Mailall 52 news articles »
Posted On :
NBCNews.com
Firm Floats Plan to Hang Colossal Skyscraper From an AsteroidNBCNews.comAnalemma Tower would travel on a daily loop between the northern and southern hemispheres, including a daily pass over Midtown Manhattan. Clouds Architecture Office. Don't expect it to go up anytime soon, but a New York City-based design firm has ...New York Architects Want to Hitch a Skyscraper to an Asteroid and Hang It Over Our CitiesScienceAlertDubai to have tower dangling in the air?Khaleej TimesMind-Bending Pics Of New Asteroid Skyscraper Are Literally Out Of This WorldElite DailyThe Inquisitr -RT -Popular Mechanics -M2 magazineall 15 news articles »
Posted On :
USA TODAY
NASA looking at spaceport in lunar orbit as deep space gateway to MarsUSA TODAYWASHINGTON – NASA hasn't officially scrapped its mission to use an asteroid as a stepping stone to Mars but it's taking steps to chart a new approach that instead would rely on a spaceport circling the moon. Under a program dubbed Deep Space Gateway, ...China's secret plan to crush SpaceX and the US space programCNBCUV light could easily kill microbial stowaways to MarsScience MagazineFinally, some details about how NASA actually plans to get to MarsArs TechnicaDeccan Herald -WAAY -MFRTech (press release) -Scroll.inall 29 news articles »
Posted On :
Daily Mail
Fancy a sand castle? Saturn's largest moon Titan has electric SAND that can stick together for weeksDaily MailSaturn's largest moon is thought to have 'fizzy' hydrocarbon lakes and possibly even 'waterfalls' of methane. And now, researchers have found that Earth's 'toxic twin' Titan may also have electric sand. A new study has revealed that the particles ...Sand covering surface of Saturn's moon Titan are 'electrically charged', say scientists!Zee NewsThinkin' about Space: Titan, the shrouded moonThe Post'Electric Sands' Cover TitanVoice of AmericaGizmodo Australia -News Nation -Science Times -New Atlasall 21 news articles »
Posted On :
Bangalore Mirror
Get set for a week of blazing heat, BengaluruBangalore MirrorNamma Bengaluru has been categorized with 44 other cities worldwide that will face the worst heat stress due to global warming. The average number of extreme hot days annually is predicted to double in the future. This will have an adverse impact on ...Temp peaks, city's hottest March day in 7 yrsTimes of Indiaall 2 news articles »
Posted On :
The Guardian
'Sightings' of extinct Tasmanian tiger prompt search in QueenslandThe Guardian“Plausible” possible sightings of a Tasmanian tiger in northern Queensland have prompted scientists to undertake a search for the species thought to have died out more than 80 years ago. The last thylacine is thought to have died in Hobart zoo in 1936 ...After sightings, the search is on for extinct thylacineTreehuggerSearch is on for the 'once extinct' Tasmanian TigerRTTasmanian Tiger Sightings Prompt Search In QueenslandI4U NewsCanada News -DoonWire (blog) -New Atlas -International Business Times UKall 29 news articles »
Posted On :
Russia Beyond the Headlines
Earth Hour: Lights Turned off at World Famous LandmarksMENAFN.COMThe Eiffel Tower is seen after the lights are turned off during Earth Hour 2012, on March 31, 2012 in Paris, France. cAcording to organisers the biggest ever Earth Hour has participants including individuals, companies and landmarks in 147 countries ...Earth Hour– An Event To Create Awareness About Saving The EnvironmentAssets StockPedal for the PlanetMillennium PostThe St. Regis Tianjin Launches Earth Hour 2017Global TimesThird Force News -The Hinduall 12 news articles »
Posted On :
The Hindu
How primates got big brainsThe HinduLarge brain sizes in primates may have been a result of their diverse diet, which included fruits and vegetables, rather than living complex social lives, scientists have found. These results call into question “the social brain hypothesis,” which has ...How primates got big brains decodedIndia TodayOne specific food may have given us our big fancy human brainsYahoo NewsWhat gave some primates bigger brains? A fruit-filled dietMinnesota Public Radio NewsNewser -ValueWalk -The Tribune -Science Magazineall 36 news articles »
Posted On :

Page :

1 2 3