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Hubble Space Telescope

This camera is very sensitive to the faintest light, and it can focus on objects very far away. Instead of trying to read newspapers, WFPC2 focuses on the faintest and most far away objects in the universe. They include other galaxies, cloudy bubbles of gas from dying stars, and gassy regions that are the nurseries [...]

By |2019-02-09T14:14:33+05:30February 9th, 2019|Latest Post|0 Comments

ISS Fact

The International Space Station is about the size of a football field. The International Space Station is the largest spacecraft ever built, and its assembly has been ongoing for two decades. Its first component, the Russian Zarya control module that provided the station's initial propulsion and power, was launched Nov. 20, 1998. International crews have continuously occupied it since [...]

By |2019-02-03T12:02:49+05:30February 3rd, 2019|Latest Post|0 Comments

Space fact of the day

Space Fact: Neptune’s winds are the fastest in the solar system, reaching 2,575 kilometers per hour (1,600 miles per hour) Neptune’s giant, spinning storms could swallow the whole Earth. To listen more such interesting facts, participate in Stargazing & Navigation Bootcamp Booking link: Contact: Anshul Prasad (+919987575799) Email: #natskies #observatory #teepeeculture #learning #education [...]

By |2019-01-23T13:05:13+05:30January 23rd, 2019|Latest Post|0 Comments