Massive asteroid strike disrupted ocean ecosystem for millions of years

About 66 million years ago the event of sudden mass extinction of three quarters of the earth’s plant and animal species was caused by a massive asteroid strike on earth termed as Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction event. New research states that this event of mass extinction led to the world’s oceans being…

The Supply of a Key Brain Nutrient Might Slump Due To Global Warming

Glaciers are melting and sea levels are rising. Scientists think that climate change might put the brains of individuals at risk. According to new research, by 2100, an increase in water temperature due to a warming planet might result in 96% of the world’s population not getting access to omega-3…

Electric Eel that can deliver a massive shock found in Amazon Basin

In a shocking discovery, scientists have discovered a new species of Electric Eel capable of delivering a massive shock of 860 volts in the Amazon Basin.Given a scientific name of Electrophorus Voltai , the species electric shock voltage is greater than the previously highest recorded 650 volts. With such massive…

China just might have accomplished growth of first ever plan on Moon

China’s latest mission to the dark side of the moon most definitely got attention of the scientific community. However, the Chinese scientists have managed to take this experimentation up a notch by growing the first ever plant on moon. The seeds carried by this Chinese probe were actually cotton. The…

Skygazers expect a beautiful “Super Blood Wolf Moon” Dated 20th January

On 20th January, the upcoming Sunday night if sky conditions permit, we just might be in for an amazing astronomical treat. A complete Lunar Eclipse to last at least 62 minutes in on the way for 20th and 21st January night. The view shall be up for residents of South…

Massive shift in North Pole demands earlier update for navigation

The rapid shift in the northern magnetic pole requires early release for latest models of the magnetic field meant for civilian and military navigation in area surrounding the Arctic. A partial shutdown for federal government shall eventually delay release of the model starting January 15 till January 30. Even with…

Hubble’s main camera reported non-functional, no repairs initiated amid government shutdown

NASA’s Hubble Telescope just lost its most important feature-Wide Field Camera 3 pending an unspecified hardware issue. The engineers at this space agency are unlikely to take care of the satellite’s issues immediately, given the fact that government is about to shutdown. Hubble’s main camera stopped functioning on Tuesday while…