Its time for a little insight on InSight…

Beep... Beep.. Beep... The InSight has landed. InSight sent a "touchdown image" to NASA on November 26 2018 embarking the first landing of a spacecraft on Mars after six years (Of course, you are awesome too Curiosity) and for the eighth time in total. Launched on May 5th 2018, InSight traveled a distance of 458... Continue Reading →

Falcon Heavy – Up, up and away(and back) in few days. What should you know about this beautiful beast?

Falcon Heavy is by far the powerful rocket to have been manufactured. Thanks to SpaceX, it will liftoff on Feb 6 2018 from the launch pad 39A, located at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral  - the same one used by NASA’s Apollo moon missions making this one historical too. Although NASA is in-progress of... Continue Reading →

Warp drive – will it become a reality?

  Sound barrier was broken a long time ago. Ever since that law was broken, sci-fi geeks have been waiting to see more of “fantasy come true”. One of which is the warp drive from star trek. How far are we from that? Or how close are we? Let me not drag the answer, scientists... Continue Reading →

Answers ready to be served! – Astronomy Q&A for the month.

As mentioned in my last month’s post, I am dedicating a week to answer questions picked from Quora about Astronomy. So here is this month’s batch. What would happen if a bullet was shot in outer space? Answer: Space does not have oxygen but that doesn't mean your gun won't fire. Modern gun has ammunition... Continue Reading →

Elon Musk’s plan on sending people to Mars.

  Elon Musk - the man who can bring a SciFi fantasy come true, atleast that's  how I would like to picture him (I know many would agree with me); the CEO and the co-founder of SpaceX. He has great visions about the future one of which is colonizing Mars by 2024 with two ships... Continue Reading →

A message for the ETs beyond

Source     Voyager Disc - A proof that brilliant minds existed dated back to the 70s - Less technology, no immediate access to the internet, no effective communication methods needed to achieve what no man has achieved yet - Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 from the Carl Sagan era.   These two probes are... Continue Reading →

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