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NASA discovered 95 new planets outside the Earth's solar system

NASA has discovered 95 new planets out of the Earth's solar system with the help of Kepler spacecraft data, which are shaped like Super Earth, Mini-Neptune (Gas Dwarf) and Jupiter Planet. One of these planets is orbiting the brightest star ever discovered by Kepler. Kepler spacecraft was launched in 2009.

Mars will be seen in the sky on February 12

The red star Mars and Antares will shine in the orange light on February 12 in the sky. Mars is 140 million miles away from Earth, and 600 light years away Antares, in spite of this they will appear in the sky at night. Recently the world saw the sight of Super Blue Blood Moon in the sky.

PhD student found a bitcoin to hack code from DNA tube

In order to fulfill the challenge of decoding the code kept in the DNA tube, the PhD student of Antwerp University of Belgium received a bitcoin (around 7.20 million) as a reward for completing the challenge of decoding. Actually, this protected code included claiming bitcoin, James Joyce's drawing and some other things.

7,000 days traveling orbiting the Earth completed by the International Space Station

The International Space Station (ISS) has completed 7,000 days in orbit around the Earth. The first module of this microgravity-based spacecraft was launched in November 1998, located 402 kilometres above the earth in space. ₹ The cost of 9,575 billion ISS is the largest spacecraft manufactured by humans, with many laboratories for research.

Plastics in the stomach of living organisms at 11 km deep in the ocean

UK-based researchers found plastic fibres in the stomach of living organisms found at the depth of about 11 kilometres in the Pacific Ocean. Researchers studied the samples of living organisms found in the caves, including the highest depth information in the sea, Challenger Deep (Mariana Trough). Estimated production of 8.3 billion tons of plastic from 1950 till now.

ISRO will launch 100th satellite in the country today

Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has launched its 100th Satyamite by creating history. Satellite name of PSLV series is cartosat-2. This satellite is also known as 'I In The Sky', because it is designed to take pictures from superstition. The special thing is that it will keep a close watch on Pakistan-based terrorist bases.

India will launch 31 satellites on January 10

India will launch 31 satellites, including the Earth observation satellite Cartosat from its Space Center located in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh on January 10. Devi Prasad Karnik, director of ISRO said, "We have time to leave the rocket carrying cartosat and other satellites together Set at 9.30 in the morning. Of these 28 satellites will be from the US and five other countries. The Mission Launch Board will decide the departure time of the rocket two nights before the countdown. Apart from Cartosat 2 in this mission, a nano satellite and a micro satellite of India will also be launched.