Articles by Gopi Chandra Kharel

Music In Zero Gravity: First Ever Music Video Created In Space By Astronaut Chris Hadfield Has A ‘Weight’
May 13, 2013 05:18 AM E
Check the first ever music video created in space.
ISS Leak
Cooling System On International Space Station Is Leaking, Crew Members Are Safe: NASA
May 10, 2013 02:01 AM E
The chilled ammonia coolant that the International Space Station uses to cool its power systems in the space is leaking, although there is no apparent danger to the crew members, news have emerged.
Mars
78,000 People Don’t Want To Live On Earth Any More: Where Do They Wish To Go?
May 08, 2013 03:02 AM E
If you had a better place to live elsewhere in the universe, would you forget this Earth?
Pacifiers
Allergies In Toddlers Could Be Prevented When Parents Suck Baby’s Pacifiers: Study
May 07, 2013 05:51 AM E
A new study suggests that there is a simple method for parents to prevent one's infant from developing allergies and that could be done by simply sucking the baby's pacifiers.
Solar Impulse
This Aircraft Flew 18 Hours Without Using A Drop Of Fuel
May 06, 2013 01:56 AM E
The airplane that flew using only the sun's energy took off from San Francisco just after dawn Friday and touched down early Saturday morning at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport in the first flight of what is now considered the most advance sun-powered plane.
Smartphones In Orbit
NASA’s Android Smartphones Act As Satellites, Send Blurry Pictures From Space
May 04, 2013 02:02 AM E
Three Android smartphones sent by NASA in orbit last month to experiment if they could be used for a satellite in space transmitted "image-data packets" to multiple ground stations which were reconstructed into blurry pictures of the Earth.
Smallest Flying Robot
World’s Smallest Flying Robot: First Ever Insect ‘Robo-fly’ Takes Off With A Buzz
May 03, 2013 04:09 AM E
With every piece of history science creates, it leaves man swamped with a pressing question: Is miracle only a word?
Cannibalism
Cannibalism In Historic North America Proved: Practice Of ‘Survival Cannibalism’ In 17th Century Famine-Hit Jamestown Confirmed In First Scientific Study
May 02, 2013 02:21 AM E
In what has been referred to as the first scientifically-proven explanation, it has been revealed that the practice of survival cannibalism were prevalent during 17th century North America.
Alexander Graham Bell
Hear The Voice Of Alexander Graham Bell, The Inventor Of Telephone, In This Newly Discovered 130-Year Old Recording (Video & Audio)
Apr 29, 2013 02:21 AM E
Alexander Graham Bell, best known for inventing the telephone and methods of sound recording was never aware that the voice he had recorded in 1885 would be hidden in dark secrecy to be discovered 130 years later
landing gear
‘Landing Gear' Of Hijacked 9/11 Aircraft Found: Piece Of Metal Reminds America Of ‘Horrific Terrorist Act’
Apr 27, 2013 04:31 AM E
They thought that nothing was left of the 9/11 event except its memories. But a sharp reminder of the ghastly day in American history remained hidden somewhere in between an inaccessible, narrow space between two buildings, about three blocks from ground zero.
Einstein
Albert Einstein’s Theory Of Relativity Passed The Toughest Test: Scientists
Apr 26, 2013 03:59 AM E
Scientists have been trying in earnest to prove Einstein wrong ever since he proposed his theory in 1915 that explained gravity as a space-time phenomenon that is distorted by any matter within it.
Mars Manhood
Sketch Of Penis On Mars? Who (On Earth) Drew It?
Apr 25, 2013 01:14 AM E
The Internet went frenzy Wednesday after the picture of a supposed sketch of an erect penis on the surface of Mars was posted by the user of a social networking site.
Settling Down In Mars
Will You Be Among The First Humans To Settle On Mars?
Apr 24, 2013 01:46 AM E
Perhaps, in the greatest leap mankind will ever make, Mars-One, a not-for-profit organization, is set to send the first troop of human beings to the red planet and make it their permanent home.
Smoking Rules
Strict Tobacco Rules: Law Requiring Graphic Labels In Cigarette Packages Upheld As Smoking Age Limit Set To Be Raised In New York City
Apr 23, 2013 04:21 AM E
Tobacco industry's challenge to a 2009 federal law that makes it mandatory to have graphic warning labels on cigarette packages and puts restrictions on expanded tobacco marketing was rejected by the U.S. Supreme Court Monday.
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