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The Fermi Paradox: Are We Alone?

Over the last few decades, humans have been employing various means to detect aliens. From trying to send radio signals to developing highly sensitive telescopes, we have been tirelessly working to find a space neighbor – and there just seems to be none. In a universe that is 90,000,000,000 light years wide (and rapidly expanding), […]

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SciShorts: India Launches its 100th Satellite

The 100th satellite for ISRO was launched on January 12, 2018. ISRO’s launching of the PSLV-C40 is an important milestone in India’s space journey. The rocket carried ISRO’s 100th satellite among the 31 satellites put into orbit. The rocket’s primary payload was the Cartosat-2, which will be used to get images to develop land and geographical […]

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March for Science Coimbatore

On April 22nd, Earth Day, the world took to the streets to march for science. With over 600 marches and 10 million people marching world wide, people took a stand to represent science. The March For Science initiative was aimed at bringing to light the fact that science has been neglected over the years and […]

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