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    A Giant Sunspot Solar Flare has been seen with Naked Eye. Let’s see how you can see it

    You will be surprised to know that a new, and giant sunspot solar flare is currently visible, and to put the icing on the cake, it’s four times bigger than the size of the Earth and can be seen with the naked eye. Sounds intriguing? Yes, it is! If you are an astrology person and […]

    Observe Gas Giant Jupiter Occulting the Moon on the Morning of May 17

    On May 17, the gas giant Jupiter and its four brilliant Galilean moons will pass behind a very thin crescent moon early in the morning. The moon and Jupiter will put on a stunning show in the early morning skies of tomorrow. When will the occultation of gas giant Jupiter and its moons occur? On […]

    Solar Flares and CMEs Exploration through Energetic Neutral Atom Modelling

    What are solar flares and coronal mass ejections (CME) and how do they affect Earth’s magnetic field? Solar flares and CMEs (coronal mass ejections) are powerful events that happen in the solar system. They send a lot of energy toward Earth’s magnetic field in the form of plasma gas. This can cause problems for power […]

    Picture of Earth Captured by MTG-I1 Satellite, Enhances Weather Insights

    A new European weather satellite MTG-I1 has taken a high-quality picture of Earth. The image shows our planet looking beautiful, but with lots of clouds that could mean bad weather. When was the new weather satellite MTG-I1 launched and what is its purpose? On December 12, 2022, Europe’s meteorological satellite agency, EUMETSAT, and the European […]

    Falcon Heavy Rocket Launch on April 30 After Previous Aborted Attempt!

    Late on Friday (April 28), a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket with three satellites failed its attempt to launch. SpaceX called off the launch of its heavy-lift Falcon Heavy rocket at 8:26 p.m. EDT (00:26 GMT) from Pad 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Although the rocket’s 27 first-stage engines—nine on each of its […]

    SpaceX Falcon 9 Launching might be delayed due to threat of thunderstorms

    SpaceX Falcon 9 Launching from Cape Canaveral by SpaceX is likely to be delayed due to bad weather. SpaceX is scheduled to conclude the work week on Friday evening with a Falcon 9 launch. However, the possibility of late afternoon thunderstorms in the Space Coast region could delay the liftoff.  The SpaceX Falcon 9 Launch […]

    Lucy Mission: First Spacecraft to Explore Jupiter’s Trojan Asteroids

    NASA’s Lucy mission marks a new era in space exploration, as it is the first spacecraft launched with the specific aim of exploring the Trojan asteroids. These asteroids are a population of primitive celestial bodies that share Jupiter’s orbit, making them unique targets for scientific study. However, the spacecraft is set to embark on a […]

    With northern lights mysterious galaxy-like figure spotted in the Sky

    The night sky is often a canvas for beautiful displays of nature, particularly in America’s frozen north, where northern lights light up the sky. However, photographer Todd Salat recently captures a meteorological phenomenon on April 15, 2023.  As photographer Todd Salat gazed up at the northern sky, he marveled at the beautiful shimmering green lights […]

    SpaceX’s Largest Rocket Explodes in Test Flight

    In a major test flight of SpaceX largest rocket, the massive Starship took off from a launch pad in southern Texas today. However, the rocket exploded before reaching space and cut short the flight. In a recent launch attempt, Starship and its booster successfully lifted off from the launch pad and ascended to a height […]

    Space debris: A growing threat to our planet and space

    Space debris is a growing concern for the space industry and the safety of our planet. As we continue to rely more on satellites for communication, navigation, and scientific research, the accumulation of debris in Earth’s orbit poses a serious threat to our space infrastructure. It’s estimated that there are over 100 million pieces of […]