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LIFE

 |  3-minute read
Moon, Earth, Visible with naked eye, Partial lunar eclipse

Lunar eclipse is natural and no evil should be associated with it

July 16, night India will be observing a partial lunar eclipse, there is no myth associated with the eclipse and it just happens to be a natural phenomenon.

SCI-TECH

 |  4-minute read
Atmosphere, Earth, Planet, Life

NASA finds water and oxygen on Mars. But should we be excited?

NASA's Reconnaissance Orbiter has found proof of oxygen and water that could support sustained microbial – and in the future human life – on Mars.

SCI-TECH

 |  5-minute read
Earth, Continental shift, Tectonic Plates, Africa

Is Africa really going to split into two?

Well, yes. But it's definitely not happening in our lifetime.

VARIETY

 |  2-minute read
Royal Astronomical Society, Stargazer, Earth, Moon

First glimpses of supermoon

It happens when the moon reaches its closest point to earth.

ART & CULTURE

 |  4-minute read
Civilisation, Earth, Religion, Science

What if Earth had a quantum twin?

Mythological thriller, The Great War on Prithvi, is about a 16-year-old caught in a parallel world where he deals with a guru with superpowers.

ART & CULTURE

 |  4-minute read
Anatomy of Violence, Earth, Deepa Mehta

'How can men be devoid of sympathy for the women who are victims of their violent acts?'

Filmmaker Deepa Mehta talks to Sukant Deepak about her latest project, Anatomy of Violence, which reimagines the lives of Jyoti Singh’s rapists.

POLITICS

 |  4-minute read
Solar Power, Earth, Environment, Climate change

On Earth Day, a lesson for India

Bullies like America have always existed, but this time, the fate of the planet is at stake.

VARIETY

 |  2-minute read
Earth, Space travel, NASA, Scott Kelly

[Watch] Astronaut Scott Kelly terrified space crew by disguising himself as a gorilla

The NASA cosmonaut returned to Earth after completing 340 days in space. Stunning images on Twitter.

POLITICS

 |  6-minute read
Earth, Evolution, Universe

Why we need to take ourselves less seriously

Life evolved on Earth in a blink of a cosmic second.

Earth, Asteroids, Astronomy

If you could see all the asteroids, what would the sky look like?

Astronogamer Scott Manley took all the asteroids near the Earth, calculated their positions and placed them on a virtual sphere.