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Potential Covid-19 vaccines not affected by virus mutation

A study has found that the effectiveness of Covid-19 vaccine candidates would not be altered by the virus mutations.

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Spacex Dragon 1st privately operated shuttle to dock at ISS after test flight

After a brief delay, SpaceX has launched the first operational commercial crew mission with four astronauts on board to the International Space Station (ISS) from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, according to reports early Monday. The new capsule Dragon has docked at the ISS, and the astronauts will be stationed at the ISS till the spring. Watch this video for more.

Nasa Curiosity Rover sends selfie

Dust-covered Curiosity clicks new selfie on Mars during busy drilling day

Nasa’s Curiosity Rover, which is exploring the surface of Mars, has clicked a new selfie of itself covered in red dust and examining a new location named ‘Mary Anning’. Curiosity Rover has been exploring this part of Mars since July, collecting and analysing drill samples.

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Good news: SpaceX's Dragon docks with International Space Station

SpaceX's new capsule Dragon has docked at the International Space Station (ISS).

Now, a liquid window that's 'smart' enough to cut electricity use, reduce your power bills

Windows are an essential part of any building's design but they are also the least energy efficient part of the structure. In a new research, scientists in Singapore have developed a 'smart' liquid window panel that they say can help cut power bills sharply by reducing demand for air-conditioning.

Leonid meteor shower to take over skyline on November 17, 18 | All you need to know

Believed to have originated from the comet Tempel-Tuttle in the constellation Leo, the Leonid meteor shower will be most clearly visible between midnight and dawn on November 17 and November 18.

SpaceX launches 4 astronauts on 1st operational mission to space

After a brief delay, SpaceX has launched the first operational commercial crew mission with four astronauts on board to the International Space Station (ISS) from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, according to reports early Monday.

In a first, Nasa to bring Mars rock samples back to Earth

In a first-of-its-kind attempt, space agency Nasa will attempt to back rock samples from planet Mars back to Earth.

Potentially hazardous asteroid twice the size of Taj Mahal to buzz past Earth this Diwali

A 'potentially hazardous' asteroid, called 2020 ST1, will be buzzing past Earth on Diwali at an estimated speed of 28,646 km per hour.

Not just Earth, whole universe sees rise in temperature. But they are unrelated

According to a new study, Earth is not the only planet which is getting hotter, but the entire universe has been observing a spike in temperature.

New cotton mask kills 99.9% viruses, bacteria in an hour of sunlight, says study

A new cotton face mask has been developed by researchers that can kill up to 99.99 per cent of bacteria and viruses within an hour of sunlight exposure, according to a study.

SpaceX to take four more astronauts to International Space Station on Saturday

SpaceX is all set to launch four more astronauts -- three Americans and one Japanese -- to the International Space Station on Saturday.

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