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Our Earth and Space

Earth, our home planet, is a beautiful blue and white ball when seen from space. The third planet from the Sun, it is the largest of the inner planets. Earth is the only planet in the space known to support life and to have liquid water at the surface. Space is the boundless, three-dimensional extent in which objects and events occur and have relative positions and directions. Let us explore our beautiful home planet and the entire space through the links in this section.

The Indian Space Programme in 2012 - A Review

The Indian space programme had begun modestly in November 1963 with the launch of a 9-kg sounding rocket from a modest facility in the fishing hamlet of Thumba has seen 100th Indian space mission.

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इसरो की कामयाबी का शतक

इसरो ने अपने सौवें अंतरिक्ष मिशन को सफलतापूर्वक अंजाम दिया और पीएसएलवी सी21 के माध्यम से फ्रांसीसी एसपीओटी 6 को और जापान के माइक्रो उपग्रह प्रोइटेरेस को उनकी कक्षा में स्थापित कर दिया ।

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बारिश में आसमानी कहर

उमस भरी गरमी के बाद सभी को बारिष का बेसब्री से इन्तजार होता है। बारिष की पहली फुहार सभी का मन मोह लेती है। धरती, जंगल, नदियां और मानव सभी पहली बारिश से सराबोर होकर गर्मी से निजात मिलने की उम्मीद संजोय रखते है।

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Transit of Venus - A Rare Cosmic Event on June 6, 2012

A rare cosmic event, the Venus Transit- passing of Venus in front of Sun’s disk will take place tomorrow, 06 June 2012 from sunrise to about 10.45 am. The Transit of Venus occurs in pairs with one that took place on 08 June 2004

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Earth Day, 22nd April

April 22 is observed as the World Earth Day through out the world as a global event meant to celebrate the Earth and raise awareness for environmental issues. At present, Earth Day is observed in about 175countries across the glob

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Mars and Missions

Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun in the Solar System. The planet is named after the Roman god of war, Mars. It is often described as the "Red Planet", as the iron oxide prevalent on its surface gives it a reddish appearance.

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Mercury – The Nearest Planetto Our Sun

Mercury is one of the inner planets of our solar system and it is the nearest planet to the sun. If we start our journey to the planets right from the Sun then we will first encounter to the planet named ‘Mercury’.

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Our Earth - A Unique Planet in the Universe

How the earth did come into existence? This question has intrigued mankind for centuries, but only recently a more or less convincing answer has been put forward by scientists. One of them is the “accretion theory”, or the “dust-cloud” theory, which is the most widely accepted.

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Life Through the Ages

Geologists believe that the earth formed about 4500 million year ago. On the basis of stratigraphic studies, this long span of time is broadly divided into four geological eras: the Precambrian, Paleozoic, Mesozoic and Coenozoic. Each ear is further divided into various periods.

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 Vigyan Apke Liye  

Vigyan Aapke Liye (Science For You)  is a popular science magzine in Hindi. It is aimed at cultivating science temprament and attitude among the people particularly the children.

Know Why, How and What?

We observe a number of events happening around us.  Doyou know the reasons why do  such things happen? Here are such events and their reasons.....such events and their reasons.....

Learning Through Testing

Science is a study of nature around us. Learning Science is a part of life. But ordinarly we are not aware of it. You can test how much science you know and also learn while testing.....

Science for Curious Mind

First step for cognitive learning is curiousity. Unsatisfied curiousity leads to frustration. There are many questions which children ask very frequently and do'nt get answers.....

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In 1885 Karl Benz built the first car powered by an internal combustion engine.
 
 

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The effort to reconcile science and religion is almost always made, not by theologians, but by scientists unable to shake off altogether the piety absorbed with their mother's milk.
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