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A Pioneer with Cracked Space Exploration Policy— Is the Hope Still Alive for Pakistan?

Pakistan's inaugural lunar mission on May 3rd, 2024, has generated nationwide excitement, providing a much-needed boost to the country's space program. As the world...

Exploring Neuroscience in Zero Gravity

Space neuroscience studies how the central nervous system functions during spaceflight.

Tales of Women Pioneers in Astronomy: From Aprons to Space

The outstanding achievements of women astronomers who shattered gender norms, leaving an indelible mark on our comprehension of the cosmos.

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

The increasing fascination that people have with astronomy makes it an ideal catalyst for encouraging contemplation about our place in space and how unique Earth is.

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!"

Harnessing the Potential of AI in Modern Astronomy

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

Genetics in the Spotlight: Perspectives from a Scientist and Communicator Dr. Alex Dainis

It doesn’t serve the public, it doesn’t serve the science.~ Dr Alex

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