• My First book

    There comes a moment when you are doing something constantly, you get innovative and sometimes creative. This is one of those moments of mine. I wrote a short story. A really small one. Check this story of a dog that narrates her journey to space. *Its on promotion, grab it before it goes off the shelf and let me know your thoughts!* Drifting into space: Through the mutt’s eye Drifting into space: Through the mutt’s eye eBook: Leda, Halley: Amazon.co.uk: Kindle Store  

  • Scientist invented a shrinking ray?

    Yeah you read the title right… It maybe not be exactly as it sounds but it sure is cool. Read ahead to find out. It wont be disappointing, i promise. People who read and gets fascinated about astronomy sure will feel the same about the famous “Large Hadron Collider“. For those who doesn’t, here is a brief: This science toy is the most famous and world’s largest particle accelerator built in a tunnel beneath the France-Switzerland border near Geneva. It is 27 kms in circumference and deep as 175 meters. This do-wikky-thing was solely built to investigate and research more about particle physics – a field in physics to study the…

  • Following its victory, Falcon Heavy to launch 25 satellites into Space

    Falcon Heavy is set to take off once again this June. People have been waiting to see Falcon Heavy roar up again ever since it shot Tesla’s roadster into orbit in the outer space. The next launch is sooner than you think. US Air Force has reserved SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy to launch two dozen satellites this June as part of the STP-2 ( Space Test Program) payload. These 25 satellites will consists of six weather research satellites – each weighing less than 500 pounds. They are part of Constellation Observing system for Meteorology, Ionosphere and Climate-2 or the COSMIC-2 program. Other satellites include, Air Force Research Laboratory’s Demonstration and Science…

  • The week that made its way into our history books!

    If you had been following the news, you know what my headline means exactly. Yes, the launch of the Falcon Heavy – the most powerful rocket build by our very own rocket man’s company, SpaceX. A very short brief: On Feb 06 2018 at 3:45 PM EST, SpaceX made its way into history (again) with its successful launch of Falcon Heavy with its special payload – Elon Musk’s own Tesla midnight cherry red roadster with a driver named “Starman” in it. So, After this historical event, there were so many questions that people wanted answers to. I myself was asked so many questions like What’s so special about this rocket?…

  • 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 building a much heavier rocket called SLS (Space Launch System) which is expected to be completed only by 2020, SpaceX’s FH will still stand out due to less cost and reusable capability. What makes this so special? As already mentioned its of the powerful operational rocket to have ever built with less cost. It has…