53 Double Asteroid Redirection Test(DART) Mission: The Mission for Earth’s Future Safety?

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What is NASA’s DART (Double Asteroid Redirection Test) Mission? The Dart (Double Asteroid Redirection Test) mission is one of the future-oriented projects of NASA in which NASA aims to hit an asteroid to adjust its speed and path of orbit. DART will be the first-ever space mission to demonstrate asteroid deflection by the kinetic impactor. … Read more

52 Space Debris: Facts, Impact on Earth’s Orbit and Finding the Overcome Solutions?

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What is Space Debris? Since the massive development in the field of space technology in the late 1950s, we have launched several thousands of different category satellites (low earth orbital, medium earth orbital, and high earth orbital satellites) in the earth orbit. Many of those are still working and some are not, the number of … Read more



SATURN: PLANET OF RINGS Saturn is the sixth planet from the sun after Jupiter, Saturn also known as the second largest planet of our solar system. Saturn as a planet is famous for its rings. As a gas planet, it is made by most of the gas molecules of hydrogen and helium.  Saturn orbits at … Read more

Pluto: A planet of Mistry


A Brief Overview of Pluto as a Dwarf Planet Pluto is considered a dwarf planet of our solar system. A dwarf planet is considered as a planet that travels around or orbits the sun just like other planets, but as per size, it is very much smaller as compared with other ones. Firstly, Pluto is … Read more

Jupiter: A Giant Gas Planet

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Jupiter: A Giant Gas Planet Our solar system includes 8 planets Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Suture, Uranus, and Neptune. For getting more information about solar systems you can see also Solar System: A General Introduction. Jupiter is the fifth planet from the sun and the biggest planet in our solar system. Jupiter is known … Read more

Earth Gravity: The Gravitational Acceleration Structure

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Earth  Gravity:  The Gravitational Acceleration Structure The earth’s gravity, denoted by G, refers to the acceleration that the earth gives to its surface or the objects around it. In SI units this acceleration is denoted as equivalent per square meter (in symbols, m / s2) or Newton per kg (n / kg).  It has a … Read more

Next Planet For Civilization “MARS”


Next Planet for civilization “MARS” Mars is the fourth planet from the sun and the seventh biggest planet after the earth. The name of Mars carries the name of the Roman god of War. Mars takes 687 days for orbiting the sun (revolution). It is the outermost planet in the list of inner planets (Mercury, … Read more

Great Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn

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Great Conjunction Jupiter Saturn (Christmas star) One of the important astronomical events will take place on the night of 21 December 2020. Jupiter and Saturn two gas giants of the solar system will be just at 0.06 degrees apart, which forming an incredible event for the astrologers known as “Double planet”.  The last time they … Read more

Solar System: A General Introduction

Solar System: A General Introduction The solar system is a system of planets (Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) meteors, asteroids, comets, and satellites that orbit the sun. The center of our solar system is the sun. All planets present in the solar system revolution the sun and also rotate at their … Read more