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Unveiling the Mystery: Antimatter Dances with Gravity

One of the most intriguing aspects of antimatter is its behaviour under the influence of gravitational force.

Sustainability in Astronomy — A conversation with Dr Leonard Burtscher from “Astronomers for Planet Earth”

Astronomy, for many centuries, has educated us about the wonders of the cosmos. From the first discovery of a supernova in Cassiopeia (a constellation)...

Litterbugs in Space: The Next Frontier for Carbon Footprints?

Overall, across all satellites, hundreds of collision avoidance manoeuvres are performed yearly, including the ISS.

Carbon Footprints Beyond Earth: Balancing Space Aspirations

The environmental impacts of Space explorations are significant with the growing popularity and feasibility of space tourism.

Siri Paye and Saturn’s moon, Enceladus, share a significant life component!

The analogies between Earth and other habitable planets or moons can help us take steps further into Astrobiology. 

Beyond Pulsars: Jocelyn Bell’s Journey of Discovery and Empowerment

"Always look for anomalies. No wonder what lies in there!"

Cameras: Processing the World at Both Ends

The size of the pupil is not fixed and adjusts automatically concerning the light it is exposed to.

Harnessing the Potential of AI in Modern Astronomy

With highly capable computer processing powered by AI, astronomers now analyzing massive volumes of data efficiently.

Infectious diseases in microgravity: Space research’s novel approaches

In microgravity, the behavior of microorganisms can be significantly different than on Earth due to the absence of gravity.

How NASA keeps astronauts healthy

Since the ISS is a closed environment, astronauts are at risk of developing illnesses that could spread rapidly throughout the crew.

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