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#WhatTheFAQ: What do NASA's newly detected spooky space sounds say about the universe?

Video clips of weird space sounds from a black hole have been doing the rounds on the internet. With speculations abound, here's what this discovery actually means

Published on 24th August 2022
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#WhatTheFAQ: How is NASA's James Webb Telescope helping #UnfoldTheUniverse?

The first set of images from the largest, most powerful space telescope was released this week by NASA. This is why they have taken the internet by storm

Published on 13th July 2022
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#WhatTheFAQ: Who is Sini Shetty, Winner of Miss India 2022? Let's decode the beauty behind pageants     

Here’s all you need to know about the winner of the star-studded beauty pageant event that was held last night and what’s the buzz around competitions like these

Published on 4th July 2022
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What the FAQ: What are the biggest international pageants and how has India fared in them?

Harnaaz Sandhu, a semi-finalist at Femina Miss India, became the third Miss Universe from India, after 21 years, this Sunday

Published on 13th December 2021
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Odisha Governor talks about the universe, the university and the universal man during BGU's fourth convocation

Welcoming the chancellor and other dignitaries, Vice-Chancellor of Birla Global University Prof PP Mathur presented the annual report of the university outlining its activities and future plans

Published on 30th November 2021
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What happened on November 19: Weary is the head that wears the crown

Three Indian women who wowed the world in various capacities and have left an indelible mark on history
 

Published on 19th November 2021
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What the FAQ: Do galaxies really die? What are their lifespans?

Are galaxy deaths even real? Since you read about the NGC 1947 dying and how the Hubble Space Telescope captured the striking photos, we decided to find more on that

Published on 24th April 2021
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NASA selects four small astrophysics missions to unlock universe's secrets

These selections enable new platforms for exploring cosmic phenomena such as galaxy evolution, exoplanets, high-energy neutrinos, and neutron star mergers

Published on 8th January 2021
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How this e-learning platform on Astronomy can answer all your questions about the universe

Shweta Kulkarni, the first Indian woman to become an RAS fellow speaks about her e-learning platform that focuses primarily on Astronomy and educates people of all the age groups 

Published on 19th July 2020
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Hungriest of black holes among the most massive in the universe, Australian National University research

The fastest-growing black hole in the universe actually is 34 billion times the mass of our Sun and gorges on nearly the equivalent of one Sun every day

Published on 1st July 2020
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The story behind the viral photo that showed the world how badly Kolkata was hit by Amphan

Innumerable photos, videos flooded the internet after the super cyclone Amphan pummeled it's way through Kolkata and other parts of West Bengal. The amount of damage is still being assessed

Published on 21st May 2020
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Meet Kamal Nayak, a UN fellow, who started Good Universe and is doing all he can to help spread sexual and menstrual awareness

A lot of information disbursed at the camps in slums is visual and several diagrams are used to explain the content better 

Published on 13th March 2019
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Scientists identify ancient quasar provides glimpse into early history of the universe

Before the cosmos reached its billionth birthday, some of the very first cosmic light began a long journey through the expanding universe

Published on 13th January 2019
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This planetarium on wheels is bringing space down to Earth for South India's rural kids

A planetarium on wheels — that's not something you hear too often, is it? We talk to the team behind this initiative that's bringing space down to Earth for South India's rural kids 

Published on 27th December 2018
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Meet the cosmologist who tells filmmakers how to get 'space stuff' spot on in the movies

Dr Roberto Trotta, theoretical cosmologist from Imperial College, London was in India recently and he spoke about the universe, cosmology, and life on other planets

Published on 6th March 2017

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