Monthly Archives: February 2011

Discovery Arrives at Space Station with Robonaut

In a show of man’s scientific acumen ,the shuttle Discovery docked for its final visit at the orbiting International Space Station, where all five of the world’s participating space agencies now have vehicles or equipment.The shuttle is delivering a human-like robot, … Continue reading

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ASEAN Launches Disaster Management Centre

Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) launched the ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on Disaster Management (AHA Centre) on 27 January.Based in Jakarta, Indonesia, the centre will connect all disaster management agencies in the region and provide warning of … Continue reading

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Islamic Leaders Preach Conservation in Sumatra, Indonesia

Do religious texts mandate respect for the earth and other species? Holy Koran does. In Indonesia, the country with the highest rate of deforestation and some of the most diverse habitat in the world, many Islamic leaders believe religion is … Continue reading

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ISRO finds cave in moon on analysis of Chandrayan-1 data

Scientists at the Indian Space Research Organization have discovered a giant underground chamber on the moon, which they feel could be used as a base by astronauts on future manned missions to moon.An analysis by an instrument on Chandrayaan-1 revealed … Continue reading

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