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Ancient river delta bolsters search for signs of life on Mars

NASA astrobiologist Amy Williams and her team in Florida found similarities between features of the cliffs seen from the crater floor and patterns in Earth's river deltas

Ancient river delta bolsters search for signs of life on Mars

NASA lander reveals Mars' deep interiors for the first time

NASA InSight lander has revealed deep interiors of the red planet for the first time

NASA lander reveals Mars' deep interiors for the first time

Mars on Earth: Turkish lake may hold clues to ancient life on planet

As NASA's rover Perseverance explores the surface of Mars, scientists hunting for signs of ancient life on the distant planet are using data gathered on a mission much closer to home at a lake in ...

Mars on Earth: Turkish lake may hold clues to ancient life on planet

Microbes from Earth could temporarily survive on Mars: Study

As NASA’s Perseverance rover touched down on Mars last week, a new study by scientists at the US space agency and German Aerospace Centre has found that some microbes on Earth could temporarily ...

Microbes from Earth could temporarily survive on Mars: Study

El Nino and La Nina, the climate cycles that blow hot and cold

Natural climate phenomena El Nino and La Nina are opposite phases of a complex weather pattern so powerful that it can alter the global temperature.

El Nino and La Nina, the climate cycles that blow hot and cold

Focus on ‘future sustainability’ while making investments: PM Hasina

Prime minister Sheikh Hasina has called for focusing on “future sustainability” while making investment as she placed a four-point proposal to save the planet from the adverse impact of climate change

This UN handout photo shows Sheikh Hasina, prime minister of Bangladesh, as she virtually addresses the general debate of the 75th session of the United Nations General Assembly, on 26 September 2020, in New York

'SpaceX Starlink satellites may hamper scientific progress'

Satellite constellations like SpaceX's Starlink network could disproportionately affect science programmes that require twilight observations, such as searches for Earth-threatening asteroids and ...

'SpaceX Starlink satellites may hamper scientific progress'

'Dent' in Earth's magnetic field slowly expanding: Scientists

Particle radiation in this region can knock out onboard computers and interfere with the data collection of satellites that pass through it.

'Dent' in Earth's magnetic field slowly expanding: Scientists

SUV-sized asteroid flies past Earth in closest known flyby

A car-sized asteroid flew past our home planet over the weekend, in the closest flyby of such space rocks on record and scientists hardly had any information about it until it departed.

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School girls in India discover Earth-bound asteroid

The two girls, who hail from the western Indian city of Surat, discovered the object as part of an asteroid search campaign conducted by SPACE India along with the International Astronomical Search ...

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