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Back to Venus: Rocket Lab looks to beat NASA in search for life on Venus, other worlds- Technology News, Firstpost

Back to Venus: Rocket Lab looks to beat NASA in search for life on Venus, other worlds- Technology News, Firstpost

Can a small US aerospace company get to Venus before NASA returns to our superheated planetary neighbor?That's what Peter Beck,  CEO of Rocket Lab, is hoping as he sets his sights on launching a low-cost probe in 2023.Over the past decade his company has become very good at putting satellites into orbit – and his dream of taking the next step – an interplanetary mission – has received a shot of adrenaline recently with the surprising discovery of a gas linked to living organisms in Venus's corrosive, sulfuric atmosphere."What we're looking for on Mars is signs of previous life," Beck...

September 28, 2020
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Regular heat exposure through hot baths may reduce risk factors for type 2 diabetes, new research says - Health News , Firstpost

Regular heat exposure through hot baths may reduce risk factors for type 2 diabetes, new research says - Health News , Firstpost

SectionsMoreShowsrn rnF.BrandsMany studies have suggested that various forms of heat therapy, like hot baths and saunas, can help reduce body fat levels and improve glycated hemoglobin levelsRepresentational image. PixabayYou may already be aware that diabetes is a chronic disease that occurs either when the body does not produce enough insulin (known as type 1 diabetes) or when the body cannot effectively use the insulin it produces (known as type 2 diabetes). Both of these conditions lead to hyperglycemia or an increased concentration of glucose in the blood.Why diabetes prevention and...

September 22, 2020
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Star cluster feeding the black hole in our Milky Way has gobbled up a dwarf galaxy: Study- Technology News, Firstpost

Star cluster feeding the black hole in our Milky Way has gobbled up a dwarf galaxy: Study- Technology News, Firstpost

× closeBy Our galaxy Milky Way has a huge black hole in its core. The black hole is fed by a nuclear star cluster, which is the largest star cluster in the galaxy. Hence, they shine the brightest and weight around 25 million times as much as the sun. However, a recent study shows that it may have eaten up a surrounding smaller star cluster or maybe a dwarf galaxy to attain its shine. The nuclear star clusters are also the densest clusters in the universe and it has kept scientists curious as to how these stars manage to exist so close to each other, held by gravity.Tuan Do, an astronomer at...

October 1, 2020
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ISRO launches PSLV-C49 carrying EOS-01, nine other satellites from Sriharikota - India News , Firstpost

ISRO launches PSLV-C49 carrying EOS-01, nine other satellites from Sriharikota - India News , Firstpost

SectionsMoreShowsrn rnF.BrandsBIHAR ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS 2020SeatsThis is the first ISRO mission this year. The earth observation satellite EOS-01 is intended for applications in agriculture, forestry, and disaster management support.Image Credits: Twitter@isroSriharikota: India's PSLV-C49 carrying its latest earth observation satellite EOS-01 and nine customer satellites lifted off from the spaceport in Sriharikota on Saturday.The Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C49/EOS-01) blasted off from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at 3.12 pm at the end of a 26-hour countdown. The lift-off was...

Nov 7
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The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon head writer resigns, insinuates Donald Trump jokes led to issues - Entertainment News , Firstpost

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon head writer resigns, insinuates Donald Trump jokes led to issues - Entertainment News , Firstpost

SectionsMoreShowsrn rnF.BrandsBIHAR ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS 2020SeatsFormer The Tonight Show head writer Rebecca Drysdale reveals sketches on US President Donald Trump has led to 'divided creative teams, anxiety, tears, and pain.'Rebecca Drysdale has exited from her post as head writer of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, a late-night show by NBC. She stepped down from her post in less than seven months after she was named the head writer.According to a by Chicago Sun-Times, Rebecca in a private Facebook message said that it was a mutual decision after both the partied agreed that she "was...

Nov 6
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Mice flown to space by JAXA, SpaceX point researchers to protein that could slow ageing- Technology News, Firstpost

Mice flown to space by JAXA, SpaceX point researchers to protein that could slow ageing- Technology News, Firstpost

Japan’s space agency had sent a group of mice to space to learn about the effect that space has on their bodies, in an effort to monitor and control these changes. Travelling in space is known to induce changes in humans – akin to a fast-forward version of what happens to people during the natural ageing process – the results of the experiment can give answers in the field of anti-ageing or slowing down effects of ageing.The team tested what effect inducing the protein NRF2 has in the mice. While half of the twelve had the Nuclear factor erythroid 2-related factor 2 (NRF2), the other six...

Nov 5
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Organic compounds called phenazines can kill cancer cells while leaving others unharmed, suggest scientists - India News , Firstpost

Organic compounds called phenazines can kill cancer cells while leaving others unharmed, suggest scientists - India News , Firstpost

SectionsMoreShowsrn rnF.BrandsScientists at the Tokyo University of Science are now hoping to take the findings of their study further by conducting animal studies and clinical trials to see if phenazinones, a category of phenazines, can be developed into anticancer drugsRepresentational image. Unsplash@National Cancer InstituteOne in five men and one in six women worldwide develop cancer during their lifetime. One in eight men and one in 11 women die from cancer. In 2018, the World Health Organization (WHO) revealed this estimate while also pointing out that there were 18.1 million new...

Nov 19
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Australia's war crimes inquiry report finds special forces unlawfully killed 39 Afghan civilians - World News , Firstpost

Australia's war crimes inquiry report finds special forces unlawfully killed 39 Afghan civilians - World News , Firstpost

SectionsMoreShowsrn rnF.BrandsThe Australian Defence Force's findings said 19 soldiers will be investigated for charges that include murdering 'prisoners, farmers or civilians' in 2009-2013Chief of the Australian Defence Force Gen. Angus Campbell delivers the findings from the Inspector-General of the Australian Defence Force Afghanistan Inquiry, in Canberra, Thursday, Nov. 19, 2020. A shocking report into war crimes by elite Australian troops has found evidence that 25 soldiers unlawfully killed 39 Afghan prisoners, farmers and civilians. (Mick Tsikas/Pool Photo via AP)Wellington: A...

Nov 19
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Riyadh denies reports of meeting between Benjamin Netanyahu and MBS - World News , Firstpost

Riyadh denies reports of meeting between Benjamin Netanyahu and MBS - World News , Firstpost

SectionsMoreShowsrn rnF.BrandsIsraeli public broadcaster Kan and other media said Netanyahu and Mossad spy agency chief Yosef Meir Cohen had met the de facto Saudi ruler, together with US secretary of state Mike Pompeo, in the Red Sea city of Neom on SundayFile image of Israel prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu. ReutersJerusalem: Israeli media reports and a government source said on Monday that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had met for landmark in Saudi Arabia with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, but Riyadh denied that the meeting took place.The reports fuelled speculation that the...

Nov 23
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Over 20 million Gionee phones were found to be 'intentionally inflicted' with malware- Technology News, Firstpost

Over 20 million Gionee phones were found to be 'intentionally inflicted' with malware- Technology News, Firstpost

A Chinese court has charged Gionee for intentionally installing malware on its smartphones. Between December 2018 and October 2019, Gionee was found to be infecting over 20 million smartphones with Trojan Horse via an app, according to a report by China Judgment Document Network. Reportedly, the app was being used as a tool to profit from users via unsolicited ads, and other illegal means. As per the report, the app was automatically installed on Gioness users' phones without their consent.The report claims that a Trojan horse program was implanted onto users’ phones through the update of...

Dec 7
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