Astronomers obtain 1st image of black hole’s magnetic fields

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New York-- A new view of a supermassive black hole marks the first time astronomers have captured and mapped polarisation, a sign of magnetic...

Model explains how life may have emerged on Mars

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By Leah Burrows The Harvard Gazette Watching Perseverance’s journey across a dry, dusty river delta on Mars, it’s difficult to imagine that landscape once glistened with...

Indian scientists find new material ‘state’ boosting quantum tech

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New Delhi--Indian scientists have discovered a new "exotic and strange" state of materials that alters their physical properties in presence of an electromagnetic field,...

Why this rocky ‘super-Earth’ is an astronomer’s dream

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Sydney-- A rocky "super-Earth" planet discovered in the Virgo constellation could change how astronomers look for life in the universe, suggests new research. It is...

India’s scientists make low-cost optical telescope for seeing distant quasars, galaxies

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By S.Ravi New Delhi-- Keeping in mind Prime Minister's call to develop technology in all spheres, Indian scientists have indigenously designed and developed a low-cost...

Earth has life span of nearly 1bn years more: Study

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Tokyo-- The future life span of Earth's oxygen-rich atmosphere is approximately one billion years, a new study reveals. According to the study, published in the...

NASA’s Perseverance rover lands successfully on Mars

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Washington--The American space agency, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), has successfully landed its Perseverance rover in a deep crater near the planet Mars'...

Women career scientists still face gender bias: UNESCO

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By Siddhi Jain New Delhi-- Women still account for only 28 per cent of engineering graduates and 40 per cent of graduates in computer science...

Antarctica’s ice melt isn’t consistent: Study

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New York-- Antarctic ice is melting, contributing massive amounts of water to the world's seas and causing them to rise, but that melt is...

Nations must step up climate actions or face costs: UN report

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Nairobi-- As temperatures rise and climate change impacts intensify, nations must urgently step up action to adapt to the new climate reality or face...
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