Daily Archives: July 17, 2009

Chandrayaan-1 develops critical malfunction

India’s first moon mission Chandrayaan-I, launched in October last with a two-year life span, has lost a major sensor and may meet a premature end, ISRO said on Friday. ( Watch ) “Unfortunately, during the last month we have lost … Continue reading

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Highest and Lowest Points on Mars

The image above is a colorized topographic map of Mars. This Mercator projection map shows low elevations as a deep blue color and high elevations as a white color (see elevation scale below). The map was prepared by NASA and … Continue reading

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Beware, Your Brain May be Hacked

Hackers who commandeer your computer are bad enough. Now scientists worry that someday, they’ll try to take over your brain. Scientists can use brain signals to control computers — hands free. In the past year, researchers have developed technology that … Continue reading

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