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In this section we try to bring technical news from round the web world and also other technical news. Mr.Ashutosh Prasad will be updating these news. Comments and ratings are invited.

Saturday, 13 Aug 2011

NASA's Mars Orbiter hints water flows on The Red Planet- Mars Rover reaches new spot

Earlier water/ice were disovered on our neighbor the Earth's satellite moon. That dicovery was based on ISRO's Chandrayaan and NASA's LRO. Now some more news of "hints" oof water flow on our neighbouring planet Mars - The Red Planet. Seems our natural water resources on earth are dwindiling - scientists are finding on distant planets. The finding marks a significant step in quest to fnd whether living conditons for some form of Life persist on the Red Planet . The observations from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter have revealed possible flowing water during the warmest months on Mars. .. 


Date: 13 Aug 2011 , Author: / Category: Science / Views: 1885/Rating:0

Friday, 22 Jul 2011

NASA's Space Shuttle Era Ends - Atlantis the Last Lands Safely to retire

Space shuttle Atlantis lifted off July 8 on the final flight of the shuttle program, STS-135, a 13-day mission to the International Space Station. Atlantis carried a crew of four and the Raffaello multipurpose logistics module containing supplies and spare parts for the space station.

The Space Shuttle Carrying the four STS-135 astronauts landed safely July 21, 2011, 5:57 a.m. EDT at Kennedy Space Center, Florida. This marks the end of more than 30 years space shuttling. In this back drop here a small write up on one of the most amazing stuff of human - "Space Shuttle"....



Date: 22 Jul 2011 , Author: / Category: Science / Views: 1391/Rating:3.5

Wednesday, 15 Jun 2011

The Longest Lunar Eclipse of the Century Tonight - Live by Google !!

  The longest and darkest total lunar eclipse of the century will occur on Wednesday, giving sky enthusiasts all over the country an opportunity to witness the event. The total phase of this lunar eclipse will last 100 minutes. The last eclipse to exceed this duration was in July 2000. The next such eclipse will only take place in 2141. .. 


Date: 15 Jun 2011 , Author: / Category: Videos, Science / Views: 2805/Rating:4.7 / Comments:

Tuesday, 14 Jun 2011

Google invests 280 million dollars to make solar energy affordable

To date,Google has invested over $680 million in innovative clean energy companies and projects through, Google Ventures and Google corporate investments. Google intends to supporte cleantech companies with scalable and potentially breakthrough technologies that could produce renewable energy cheaper than coal.  Some of the google's investments in clean energy - 

Today Google announced a $280 million investment to create a fund, in partnership with SolarCity, to help the company finance more solar installations across US.This is Google's first investment in "distributed" renewable energy (generated and used right at home). The investment is expected to be a  quadruple-win for Google, SolarCity, the environment, and new customers who get access to clean energy at a economic rates.


Date: 14 Jun 2011 , Author: / Category: Energy, Internet News / Views: 3231/Rating:0

Wednesday, 1 Jun 2011

Space Shuttle Endeavour returns safely to retire - next in line - Atlantis

Space shuttle Endeavour completed its final flight by delivering the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer to the International Space Station during the STS-134 mission.

"I think we all should be really impressed how big and magnificent that space station is," said STS-134 Mission Specialist Mike Fincke at the crew press conference following landing. Describing their parting view of the space station where he served once as crew and once as commander, he said, "We were impressed; we were excited like five-year olds at a rollercoaster park."


Date: 1 Jun 2011 , Author: / Category: Science / Views: 1154/Rating:0 / Comments:

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