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NASA blamed for shutting down video to coverup UFO sighting

NASA blamed for shutting down video to coverup UFO sighting

A new UFO sighting has been claimed by UFO hunters. A live streaming video from the International Space Station (ISS) on July 9 has captured an unexplained object coming from space and moving towards earth. But then all of sudden the video feed was cut and its being said that NASA has cut the video feed.

After the video was being cut, the message started to appear on the screen that a temporary technical glitch has taken place. This is not the first time when people have watched NASA’s space station live feed and claimed of seeing strange objects nearby.

How Juno Probe sees Jupiter? NASA Releases First In-orbit View

How Juno Probe sees Jupiter? NASA Releases First In-orbit View

NASA’s Juno spacecraft, which has started orbiting Jupiter, has beamed back first image of the most massive planet in the solar system. The Jovian orbiter captured the image on July 10 using its JunoCam camera.

The image taken shows Great Red Spot and three moons- Io, Europa and Ganymede- of Jupiter. Other atmosphere features are also visible in the picture. NASA released the image on Tuesday for space enthusiasts. It also revealed that the probe will capture the first high-resolution picture of the planet after a few weeks from now.

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ISS getting an important piece of cargo next week

ISS getting an important piece of cargo next week

Next week, the International Space Station (ISS) is getting an essential part of cargo: a new International Docking Adapter, or IDA, enabling future crewed spacecraft to dock with the station automatically.

The installation of the huge metallic ring, measuring 63 inches in diameter, will ultimately be done on the Harmony module. This is the second ever IDA going into space, though the first one never in really made it to orbit as it got vanished when the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying it to the station disintegrated at the time of launch in June last year.

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EPIC once Again Captures Moon Crossing Earth's face

EPIC once Again Captures Moon Crossing Earth's face

A NASA camera aboard the Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) satellite records a glance of the moon moving in front of the sunlit side of Earth for the second time within a year.

Adam Szabo, DSCOVR project scientist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, said it is for the second time in DSCOVR’s life that the moon moved between the spacecraft and Earth. Szabo said the project captured the event on July 5 having the same cadence and spatial resolution like that of the first 'lunar photobomb' of previous year.

Curiosity Rover out of Standby Mode and Fully Operational Now: NASA

Curiosity Rover out of Standby Mode and Fully Operational Now: NASA

NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity is back to work after spending over a week in safe standby mode. Mission controllers on earth spent a long time to solve the mysterious glitch. Now, the rover is fully operational again, as per a statement by NASA.

The car-sized rover became fully operational on Monday. It came out of standby mode on July 9. The glitch was a software mismatch. It had affected transfer of image data on board, as per NASA.

DSCOVR satellite captures image of moon as it moves in front of earth

DSCOVR satellite captures image of moon as it moves in front of earth

A NASA camera on the Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) satellite for the second in a year has captured an image that shows the moon as it moves in front of the sunlit side of earth. The event was recorded on July 5 with the same level of resolution as the first photo bomb of last year.

Adam Szabo, DSCOVR project scientist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, said that it has happened again with DSCOVR that the moon came in between the spacecraft and earth. Using NASA’s Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (EPIC), the new photo bomb image was captured.

Previously-old-and-small-considered galaxy is actually a massive one

Previously-old-and-small-considered galaxy is actually a massive one

Scientists have named this very normal looking galaxy as the ‘Frankenstein galaxy’. The galaxy UGC 1382 was considered as an old, small and very ordinary elliptical galaxy. But as per new observations, it is actually it is 10 times larger than anyone thought and also, it is younger on the inside than what it is on the outside.

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