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Chandrayaan-2 Facts

India’s first Moon space probe was Chandrayaan-1 and now the country has launched its second lunar exploration mission, Chandrayaan-2. It is scheduled to launch between July...

Chandrayaan-2 Facts

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Chandrayaan-1 Facts

Chandrayaan-1 was India’s first mission to the moon. It was launched successfully on October 22, 2008 at the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh. This spacecraft was launched to explore the Moon and...

Chandrayaan-1 Facts

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Large Hadron Collider

The Large Hadron Collider is a particle accelerator. It pushes protons or ions to near the speed of light with the help of a ring of superconducting magnets with various accelerating structures. This ring has a...

Large Hadron Collider

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Dilophosaurus

The Dilophosaurus had a large crest on its skull, made from delicate bone. This crest wasn’t strong enough to be a weapon, but was probably used to intimidate or impress. Because it was one of the largest animals alive during its time, its short, curved teeth were probably just right since it...

Dilophosaurus

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Facts about Chang’e 4

Till now, so many space probes sent by different countries have visited the Moon but all of them visited the same side of the lunar surface. This time China has...

Facts about Chang’e 4

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Mars InSight Probe

The InSight Probe is a lander for the planet Mars which was launched by the American space agency NASA to study its deep interior. It has landed on the planet’s...

Mars InSight Probe

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MASCOT Lander

MASCOT Lander is an asteroid lander where MASCOT stands for Mobile Asteroid Surface Scout. This lander was built by the German Aerospace Center with French and Japanese space agencies. It is aimed to explore the asteroid Ryugu. This

MASCOT Lander

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Black Forest

The Black Forest is a large forested mountain range located in south-western Germany. This region measures 160 kilometers in length and 60 kilometers in width. Now it has been designated as a nature park which is the largest one in...

Black Forest

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Voyager Mission

NASA’s Voyager Mission is the longest continuously operating space mission. It consists of two twin spacecraft named Voyager 1 and Voyager 2. Both the spacecrafts are identical in construction. This mission was developed in the early...

Voyager Mission

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Lake Vostok

Lake Vostok is among the largest freshwater lakes in the world. This sub glacial lake is located in the eastern part of Antarctica. It is sitting below an ice cap that has a thickness of more than 2 miles. With a...

Lake Vostok

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Wright Brothers

Orville and Wilbur Wright, most commonly known as the Wright Brothers are credited with the invention of the ‘Flying Machine’. These American aviation pioneers were the first to accomplish manned and powered flight in a heavier than air

Wright Brothers

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World Population Day

World Population Day is observed on July 11th every year. It was established to seek awareness of global population issues. The world population is currently increasing at a rate of about 140 people a minute, which adds up to more than 70 million a year. World Population Day was recommended...

World Population Day

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Labor Day

Labor Day is an annual holiday which originates in Canada. This day celebrates the economic and social achievements of employees and the main idea behind this is to honor the labor movement. It falls on the first Monday of September...

Labor Day

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The Apollo Program

The Apollo program was a set of missions by NASA to land humans on the Moon and also bring them back on the

The Apollo Program

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Lead Poisoning

Lead is a naturally occurring toxic metal that is found in the Earth’s crust. Lead Poisoning is a medical condition caused by the increased levels of lead in the

Lead Poisoning

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Gulf Oil Spill

The Gulf Oil Spill was an industrial disaster that started on April 20th 2010 in the Gulf of Mexico. It is also referred to as the BP Oil Spill or BP Oil Disaster. It is considered to be the largest marine oil spill in history. The explosion and sinking of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig in the...

Gulf Oil Spill

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Metabolism

Metabolism can be defined as a set of biochemical processes that occur within every living organism to maintain life, including humans. These processes help us to grow, repair damage to our body, reproduce and respond to their environment. All these processes use

Metabolism

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Grand Teton National Park

Grand Teton National Park is one of the 10 most visited national parks in the USA. It receives 2.5 million visitors each year. The iconic feature of this park is 40 mile long Teton Range. It is the youngest...

Grand Teton National Park

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Cloning

Cloning is a set of processes that can be used to produce genetically identical copies of any biological entity including genes, cells, tissues and even entire organisms. The copy is known as the clone. The cloning process may make it possible to save endangered species of animals from being...

Cloning

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Telephone Worksheet and Quiz

Telephone was invented by Alexander Graham Bell. It was one of the most important technological inventions of the 19th century.

Telephone Worksheet and Quiz

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Robert Boyle Inventions

Robert Boyle was one of the most influential chemists of the 17th century. He is best known for his work resulting in Boyle’s Law. It is summarized as PV=K where the letter P is ‘pressure’ V is ‘volume’ and K is ‘constant’. This law states that the amount of space

Robert Boyle Inventions

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History of Trains

Trains are used to move passengers or cargo from one place to another. They are mostly powered by electricity or diesel. They were first used to pull only cargo but...

History of Trains

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Kepler-16B

Kepler-16B is the first planet known to orbit two stars. These planets are known as circumbinary planets. The estimated surface temperature of this planet is as low as -100°C. This planet is 200 light years away from

Kepler-16B

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Telephone – Invented By Alexander Graham Bell

The telephone became an important part of modern life in the 20th century. It still has a prominent place in our lives today. It is a ubiquitous tool of communication and information exchange. It was invented by Alexander Graham Bell in 1876. The first ever telephone appeared in 1877...

Telephone – Invented By Alexander Graham Bell

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International Space Station

The International Space Station is the most expensive single object ever built by the human race to date. It orbits the earth every 90 minutes, amazingly that 16 times daily. It travels at a whopping speed of 5 miles per second. It is made up of hundreds of major and minor components. Currently...

International Space Station

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