Dirk Schulze-Makuch, an astrobiologist at Technical University Berlin, has suggested that the Viking landers, which landed on the Red Planet in 1976, may have encountered microorganisms within Martian rocks.
The more-than-expected performance of Ingenuity has given NASA the confidence to consider expanding the role of rotorcraft in future missions, potentially providing unique perspectives, high-definition imagery, and access to challenging terrain.
Scientists, using data from the NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), have confirmed the discovery of one of the earliest galaxies ever observed, known as ‘Maisie’s Galaxy.’ By capturing the light from a prehistoric galaxy, located in one of the darkest corners of the past – around 13.4 billion light-years...
Astronomers are now able to gather unprecedented information about the early universe with the help of NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, which was designed primarily to detect the faint infrared light from extremely distant galaxies.
It’s noteworthy that science has nothing to do with spirituality because scientists can’t find “Spirits” in any lab on Earth and science does not have a way of discovering what they are made of, or even if they really exist.
The Big Bang might have been a random event, but can an event happen without a cause? Well, again I ask why do we say “nothing”? Only you can answer this question for yourself.
The 83-year-old retired British physicist Peter Higgs was present at the press conference. Higgs had initially proposed the existence of the sub-atomic particle that bears his name in the 1960s. And, Higgs of Higgs Boson came from the very name of Peter Higgs.