Tuesday, December 10, 2019
Jupiter and Saturn

New Discoveries from Jupiter and Saturn Initiate New Discussions

Recently, the scientists received the latest data from Jupiter and Saturn that has challenged a lot of current theories about the planets in our solar system. The Juno and Cassini spacecraft sent the detailed magnetic and gravity data from...
NASA New Rover Mar Sojourner

NASA’s First Rover ‘Sojourner’ on the Red Planet

NASA’s first rover on Mars, Sojourner, is all set to be a part of a new mission of exploring a solution to permanent human presence on the Moon. Sojourner first landed the Mars Pathfinder on July 4, 1997. It was...
Speed of light earth and moon

Speed of light: it can be slow too

What if scientists say that the speed of light is slow. Would you believe that statement? Obviously, you will question your knowledge. We all have studied that light has the fastest speed than any other thing. Photons- particles which combine...
Mars Curiosity Science

Mars looks so weird right now

NASA’s prime attraction, the famous Hubble telescope might have aged many years, but it still manages to delight us by capturing some utterly and insanely fabulous photographs of the universe. Scientists recently revealed that the telescope managed to take...
Apple is Finally Killing iTunes

Apple will shut down iTunes

Nearly after two decades of launch, Apple Company is going to kill iTunes. iTunes and music will no longer be associated with each other anymore. Standalone music and Podcast app going to replace iTunes Apple launched iTunes in 2003 putting an...
CpaceX camera captures rocket part returning to earth

SpaceX Captures Stunning View of Rocket Parts Returning to Earth

Recently, SpaceX sent the most powerful rocket of Earth into space and named it the ‘Falcon Heavy’. There were 24 satellites on top of the rocket within the payload bay. The purpose of the project was to carry the...
laundroid home

This Laundroid robot can fold and sort your laundry for you

Engineers at Tokyo-based organization Seven Dreamers began building up a clothing folding robots in 2005 which is called Laundroid. And now, there is at last a robot to flaunt at CES 2018. With Seven Dreamers CEO Shin Sakane for...
Blue Origin New Shepard Test Flight

Blue Origin reschedules New Shepard test flight

As the company is edging closer to moving people into space, Blue Origin has again scheduled the test flight, on Jan 21, of its New Shepard suborbital vehicle. It was announced on January 18 by the company that the flight,...
The world cup prediction went all wrong

10 Big AI Failures of the Year 2018

In the last month of 2018, synced gathered all the artificial intelligence failures that have happened so far this year. Artificial intelligence has made breakthrough and some scientists are still working to create a masterpiece like Master Algorithm by...
ISS Orbit

International Space Station (ISS) Orbit Adjustment for Docking of Soyuz MS-12 spacecraft

The Russian Mission Control Center has adjusted the orbit of the International Space Station by raising it to the medium altitude of 408.5 km. This is an increase of 1.6 km to create ballistic conditions for the launch of...

Apple will shut down iTunes

Nearly after two decades of launch, Apple Company is going to kill iTunes. iTunes and music will no longer be associated with each other...

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