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Wednesday's Lunar Eclipse

By Meera Dolasia on February 21, 2008
Wednesday's Lunar Eclipse

In case you missed last night's spectacular lunar eclipse or as was the case where we live, it was covered up by the clouds, here is a glimpse of what it looked like from different venues in the Western Hemisphere.

Lunar Eclipse on Wednesday, Feb 20th

By Meera Dolasia on February 17, 2008
Lunar Eclipse on Wednesday, Feb 20th

If you live anywhere in the America's, Europe, Africa or Western Asia, get ready for a treat of a lifetime on Wednesday, February 20th - A full eclipse of the moon (a lunar eclipse). While this is the third lunar eclipse in the past year, it is the last one until December 2010. Also it comes with an added bonus.

Bionic Power - generate electricity while you walk!

By Meera Dolasia on February 8, 2008
Bionic Power - generate electricity while you walk!

Talk about the ultimate green power! - Harness your own energy to generate electricity that can charge your cell phone, ipod and even your flashlight while on a hike. The possibilities are endless............

Space Shuttle Atlantis finally blasts off

By Meera Dolasia on February 8, 2008
Space Shuttle Atlantis finally blasts off

After months of delay, Space Shuttle Atlantis finally blasted off into space yesterday, carrying with it Europe's gift to the International Space Station, a $2 billion (US Dollars), science lab named Columbus.

Southern U.S. States Hit By Powerful Tornadoes

By Meera Dolasia on February 7, 2008
Southern U.S. States Hit By Powerful Tornadoes

Powerful tornadoes swept through the Southern U.S. States of Tennessee, Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississippi and Alabama. The storms, which hit Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday morning, are the worst ones to strike the area over the last decade.

The Beatles play for Space Aliens

By Meera Dolasia on February 5, 2008
The Beatles play for Space Aliens

Yesterday the folks at NASA completed yet another successful mission. However, unlike their other missions, this did not entail sending an Astronaut on a dangerous spacewalk or launching a space shuttle. Entitled "To boldly go where no music has ever gone before"  - this mission was to beam music into deep space for the first time ever.

Astronauts Undertake Risky Spacewalk To Repair Solar Panel

By Meera Dolasia on January 31, 2008
Astronauts Undertake Risky Spacewalk To Repair Solar Panel

Two American astronauts, Commander Peggy Whitson and Flight Engineer, Daniel Tani conducted a risky spacewalk to replace a motor on a solar panel at the International Space Station, on Wednesday.

Watch out kids - here come "The Cubinator"

By Meera Dolasia on January 30, 2008
Watch out kids - here come "The Cubinator"

Watch out kids, here comes "The Cubinator" - a puzzle-solving robot that is currently being displayed at the Toy Fair in London.

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