Water on Mars?

The red planet has raised our curiosity several times with its hidden mysteries, and this time, there is news about the possible presence of water under its south pole. Mars Express has made this discovery of finding the hidden liquid water on Mars. It has been found that there was water spread across the surface […]

Individual Silver nanoparticles can be observed in real time

A chemist at Ruhr-Universitat Bochum has introduced an ultimate observing method of the chemical reaction of separate silver nanoparticles that only measure thousands of human hair thickness in real time. The particles are used in food, medicine, sports items because they have an anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effect. In fact, how they degrade and react in […]

Is the Soil of Mars too dry to sustain life? 

We all know that for surviving in life, water is required. There is life persists in the driest surroundings on Earth. Then, how dry is too dry? At what point is surrounding is extreme for microorganisms or the smallest resilient life forms to survive? These questions are essential for the scientists to search for life […]

Mission Aeolus

Aeolus, the ESA’s wind mapping satellite will be launched shortly. The real-time mapping of earth’s air pressure and other details will be possible when on 21st August, this satellite will take off from European Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana. The much-anticipated launch is being prepared for a journey that will be memorable. The single satellite […]

The scientific mysteries of atomic nuclei would unlock by a domestic electron-ion collider

A new report by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine says that the electron-ion collider (EIC) is a very large accelerator particle that is significant in advancing our understanding about the atomic nuclei that is visible to the universe.  Beyond this nuclear science impact, the improvement made possible by an EIC could have […]