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NASA: 2019 Was the 2nd-Hottest Year on Record

According to independent analyses by NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Earth's global surface temperatures in 2019 were the second warmest since modern record keeping began in 1880. Globally, 2019 temperatures were second only to those of...

NASA Reveals Dramatic Video of Alaska Glacier Melting

Alaska meltdown has shown how the planet is moving towards a no return situation. According to many scientific data, a scenario of a severe global climate crisis is pointed out. NASA, through its space weather equipment, has shown a frightening...

Tropical Cyclone Kyarr: NASA finds “Category 4 Kyarr” with heavy rainfall

Tropical Cyclone Kyarr is moving through the central Arabian Sea and NASA provided forecasters with an analysis of rainfall rates occurring in the powerful tropical cyclone. NASA has the unique capability of peering under the clouds in storms and measuring...

US scientist warns: Aliens spy on Earth from nearby asteroids

A top US scientist James Benford has warned that aliens may spy on Earth using more than one robotic probe hidden on nearby space rocks, claiming they may be found on near Earth asteroids known as orbital objects. These space...

Japan launches unmanned cargo ship to International Space Station

An unmanned Japanese cargo ship will be launched to the International Space Station after a two-week delay due to the launch pad fire. According to the US space website, the Japanese space exploration agency, the HTV-8 spacecraft, will launch towards...

Soyuz air leak report raises tension between NASA and the Roscosmos

The Russians reportedly want to hide the reason for the leak of the Soyuz spacecraft at the International Space Station in 2018, but NASA director Jim Bridenstine revealed that he would personally talk to the head of the Russian...

NASA reports no damage to space center after Hurricane Dorian hits US territory

The Kennedy Space Center of NASA, Florida, has not reported any damage to the space apparatus after it was hit by Hurricane Dorian, according to a panel that investigated the damage it may have produced. Hurricane Dorian travels to the...

NASA investigates first crime in space

The U.S. Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is investigating what is believed to be the first crime in space, Astronaut Anne McClain was charged with stealing the identity and improperly accessing her ex-husband's private financial records while on a...

NASA: Amazon forest fires increase carbon monoxide in the atmosphere

NASA has revealed a moving picture that highlights the alarming increase in carbon monoxide in the atmosphere as a result of fires in the Amazon jungle. The levels of polluted gas up to 18,000 feet above the ground to 160...

New image of Jupiter from Hubble telescope reveals its colorful details

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has taken a new image of Jupiter, revealing the sign of the largest planet in the solar system, known as the "Great Red Spot" and a dense palette of clouds surrounding it. According to the "Daily...
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Protests in Tokyo against the marriage of Princess Mako with a commoner

The protest took place in the Japanese capital, Tokyo, in conjunction with the wedding of Japanese Princess Mako with...
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