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NASA to open the first ever ‘Robot Hotel’ outside the International Space Station

The US space agency NASA will soon be opening a hotel operated by robots outside the International Space Station. According to reports, the hotel's first residents will be two Robotic External Leak Locators (RELL). The high-tech robotic tools will be fitted with mass spectrometers capable of 'sniffing' out the presence of gases such as ammonia. They will also be used to detect leaks at the space station. Living in space was always a part of Hollywood sci-fiction movies but soon NASA will change fiction by opening the first-ever ‘Robot Hotel’ in space. Src: https://bit.ly/2E2DAJ4

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NASA says that the huge dust-storms on the red planet dried-up its water

According to NASA, it has known the reason for the sheer dryness of our neighboring planet Mars. NASA says that the huge dust storms which occur on the surface of the red planet cause the water of the planet to get evaporated and escape into outer space. The reason for these dust-storms is still unknown. These dust-storms can last up to weeks and can be around 490 miles in diameter. Src: https://bit.ly/2qstbDe

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NASA’s Solar probe flies close to Sun, sees plasma waves, floating magnetic field islands

The NASA’s Parker Solar Probe on its intimate encounter with the Sun came across huge blasts of plasma waves, floating islands of magnetic fields and bursts of charged particles. The probe is on for a 7 year-journey to repeatedly revolve around the Sun and gather data to solve the puzzles like why the Sun’s atmosphere is millions of degrees hotter than its surface and the mechanism behind the solar winds which burst out of the sun. Src: https://bit.ly/2PkMJ4G

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NASA finds Vikram Lander, releases images of impact site on moon surface

NASA has found Vikram Lander of Chandrayaan-2 and published pictures of its impact site on the Moon. NASA has also posted images, clicked on its Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) camera, displaying the changes in the Moon's surface and the impact point before and after the spacecraft had landed hard. It further indicated the impact spot of the lander and an associated debris field created by the crash with blue and green dots respectively. The green dots indicate the debris of the spacecraft (confirmed or likely). Blue dots locate the disturbed soil, where small bits of the spacecraft blew up the regolith. Src: https://bit.ly/2Rk480h

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