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Category Archives: Science & Environment

Exercise and Cognition: Exploring the Relation between Mind and Body

For decades, philosophers and researchers have always maintained that there is a strong link between physical activity and the human mind. From curing emotions like depression to improving the overall cognitive power and memory; research has indicated that the effects of exercise are many. In fact, many elderly people resort to exercise as a solution […]

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eXtreme Deep Field: Farthest View of the Universe Captured by Hubble

For the first time, mankind got a view of the deepest corners of the universe with the help of a unique portrait formed by assembling around 10 years of space photographs taken by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope. Coined the eXtreme Deep Field, or XDF, the images is a small portion of the angular diameter of […]

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This map from NASA's Dawn mission shows the global distribution of hydrogen on the surface of the giant asteroid Vesta. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA/PSI/MPS/DLR/IDA

Massive Protoplanet Vesta Abundant in Hydrogen from Cosmic Collisions

New findings by NASA’s Dawn spacecraft have astounded researchers as they revealed that the massive asteroid Vesta is covered with hydrated minerals delivered mainly by collisions of carbon-rich space rocks on its surface. Vesta, the second-most massive protoplanet within the asteroid belt of the solar system, has intrigued astronomers and researchers since a long time. […]

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Caribbean Coral Reef Ecosystems Collapses Due to Aggressive Fishing, Pollution

There has been a sharp decline in the live coral covers on Caribbean reefs owing to aggressive fishing practices and pollution, a new report by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) mentions. Such practices have, in fact, threatened the very existence of the Caribbean coral reef ecosystems which acts as a habitat and […]

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NASA’s Dawn Spacecraft Escapes Giant Asteroid Vesta towards Ceres

Following a year of studying and exploring the giant asteroid Vesta and beeming back close-up views of the massive cosmic bodies, NASA’s robot-controlled Dawn spacecraft has finally escaped the gentle gravitational grip of the asteroid on September 5 and is now on its way to complete its second phase of space exploration mission. Mission controllers […]

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A photograph of Neil Armstrong as a young man is displayed on a table during a memorial service celebrating the life of Armstrong, Friday, Aug. 31, 2012, at the Camargo Club in Cincinnati.

Neil Armstrong Memorial Service: NASA, Family Members Honor First Moonwalker at Private Cincinnati Service (PHOTOS)

Friends, family and NASA officials gathered at a private memorial service in Cincinnati on August 31 to pay tribute to US astronaut, Neil Armstrong who changed the very history of mankind by being the first person ever to step on the surface of another planetary body. “That is one small step for (a) man, one […]

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Watch Last Blue Moon Till 2015, Strange Myths and Facts about Blue Moon

For the first time since March 2010, sky watchers and astronomers will get the chance to view the unique cosmic sighting called blue moon on August 31, 2012. However, those who will not be able to view the lunar event live can still watch it online via the web-based Slooh Space Camera. The program which […]

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With its all-sky infrared survey, NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, or WISE, has identified millions of quasar candidates.

Hot DOGs Extreme Galaxies and Actively Feeding Black Holes Spotted by NASA’s WISE

NASA researchers under the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) mission has discovered for the first time a never-before-seen enormous cluster of supermassive black holes along with dust-obscured extreme galaxies known as hot DOGs. These extreme galaxies are so named because they are extremely hot and bright galaxies that remained hidden and thus, were not spotted […]

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Chilling Speech Nixon Prepared in Case Neil Armstrong Was Stranded on the Moon

In 1969, when American astronaut Neil Armstrong made history by being the first person to walk on the surface of the moon, little did he and the other Apollo 11 astronauts knew about the chilling contents of the speech that was being prepared on the event that they become stranded on the Moon and never […]

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Hurricane Isaac 2012 Tracking: Google Map Traces Storm Paths, Evacuation Routes and Preparedness Information

As the tropical storm Isaac moves closer to the central Gulf of Mexico and approaches the coast of southeastern Louisiana and New Orleans, Google’s Crises Response Team has created a new web page dedicated to providing information about the storm, the traffic conditions and the various evacuation routes. The tropical storm which is moving towards […]

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