Mars’ Atmospheric Loss

According to NASA, billions year ago there is liquid water in Martian surface. Today Mars is dry, cool and a dead planet. The Martian atmosphere is very thin today (almost 1% of the Earth atmosphere). Billions year ago Martian atmosphere was not so thin. NASA's recent study has found a reason for this. The reason is … Continue reading Mars’ Atmospheric Loss

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Spot The Station

Many times I thought that if I see moon on the sky then why not the human made space satellites from earth? I find the answer when I search a little bit about NASA and its projects. The answer is yes; we can see International Space Station from earth with our naked eye. Naked eye? … Continue reading Spot The Station

International Space Station

This is the World Space Week. In this week many countries including countries from Europe and Asia are celebrating space science and technology and how it can be used for more human kind. Yesterday I was reading about 'International Space Station' (ISS) mainly on Wikipedia and watching some videos on YouTube. I found ISS very interesting. The space … Continue reading International Space Station