astronomy

Did the Moon once have life?

Posted in Science on 24th Jul, 2018
by Alex Muller

Today, the Moon is as dead as you can get, but scientists contend that this might not have been the case billions of years ago.

The End Is Nigh for NASA's Planet-Hunting Kepler Space Telescope

Posted in Science on 9th Jul, 2018
by Alex Muller

Kepler space telescope, which has discovered 70 percent of the 3,750 exoplanets known to date, is running so low on fuel it has been put it into a hibernation-like state.

121 giant exoplanets in habitable zones may have habitable moons

Posted in Science on 17th Jun, 2018
by Alex Muller

Researchers have identified more than 100 giant planets that potentially host moons capable of supporting life.

Recovery of Lost Apollo Data Has Solved a 40-Year-Old Mystery on The 'Moon Warming'

Posted in Science on 11th Jun, 2018
by Alex Muller

Between 1971 and 1977, Apollo scientists conducting experiments on the Moon discovered that the surface got mysteriously warmer.

Nearly 7,000 New Craters Discovered On Moon By AI In Several Hours

Posted in Science on 18th Mar, 2018
by Alex Muller

The crater-counting machine was taught an algorithm designed to identify craters larger than 3 miles (5 kilometres) in diameter.