Daily Archives: October 9, 2008

Chandrayan-II:India Planning to Land a Rover on the Moon

The Indian Space Research Organisation will finalise details of Chandrayaan-II in six months, said Chairman G. Madhavan Nair. Talking to reporters on the sidelines of the 58th International Astronautical Congress here, he said the ISRO would consider sending a lander-rover, … Continue reading

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Cloud burst:Sudden Copious Rain

A cloudburst is sudden copious rainfall. It is a sudden aggressive rainstorm falling for a short period of time limited to a small geographical area. They are called ‘bursts’ probably because it was believed earlier that clouds were solid masses … Continue reading

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Evidence of Global Warming growing

Evidence is mounting day by day that mankind is to blame for climate change, and the financial crisis is a temporary setback in the hunt for solutions, the head of the U.N. Climate Panel said on Tuesday. Rajendra Pachauri, whose … Continue reading

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