Tag Archives: John Grunsfeld

Pluto Moons Nix and Hydra Wobble or Dance to Cosmic Rhythm?

In a rare momentum of action, NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has captured that Pluto’s moons, Nix and Hydra, wobble unpredictably, which the astronomers call sky dance that goes in rhythm though the reason behind is far from it. NASA’s associate administrator John Grunsfeld attributes is confident that the New Horizons spacecraft destined to cross Pluto in July will throw more ...

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NASA New Horizons probe detects ‘polar cap’ on distant dwarf planet Pluto

NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft took images of bright and dark regions on Pluto’s surface during its close flyby in mid-July this year revealing broad surface markings including a bright area at one pole that may be a polar cap. “As we approach the Pluto system, we are starting to see intriguing features such as a bright region near Pluto’s visible ...

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Finding Alien Life Possible by 2045, if not by 2025, Says Cautious NASA

Every time the alien life or extraterrestridal life question crops up, NASA changes stand and keeps cautious without revealing the real data. Reversing the enthusiasm among the UFO and alien enthusiasts, NASA says its scientists are now convinced that extraterrestrial life will certainly be found conclusively by 2045. The new time-frame has dampened the spirits of finding alien life by 2025 as revealed ...

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