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Author : Abhay Prusty

I'm Abhay Kumar Prusty , second year undergrad student at IISER Kolkata. I'm actually from Kendrapara, odisha . I'm interested in astrophysics and observational cosmology .

Luna 25 – All things you need to know.

Luna 25 was a Russian lunar lander mission by  Roscosmos in August 2023 that was slated to land near the lunar south pole at the crater Boguslawsky. It was Russia’s first moon mission since the Soviet Union’s Luna-24 returned with samples from the moon in 1976. A Soyuz 2.1 rocket carrying the Luna-25 craft blasted off from the Vostochny cosmodrome, 3,450 miles […]

Falcon 9 Rocket : What things you must have to know.

The Falcon 9, is a revolutionary two-stage rocket that has transformed space exploration. Developed by Spacex ,this two-stage rocket has revolutionized aerospace engineering. The Falcon 9 stands 69.9m tall, weighs 549,054kg, and generates 7,607 kilonewtons of thrust at take-off, which can send 22,800kg into orbit around the Earth. The Falcon 9’s accomplishments have accelerated space […]

Aditya L1 Mission : Mission To the Sun.

ISRO starts AdityL1 mission to the sun combining with Indian Institute for Astrophysics(IAA) After the glorious launch of the Chandrayaan-3, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is gearing up for the next landmark mission, the Aditya L1. Aditya as the name suggest Sun. Yes, first mission to the sun to observe the Sun and the solar […]

Northern lights(aurora borealis): What are they ? Why they are so beautiful?

A breathtaking photograph of the Northern Lights dancing across a starlit Arctic sky. In the vast, silent expanse of the polar night, a celestial ballet unfolds—a symphony of light and color that has inspired wonder, awe, and mythical tales for generations. The Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis, stand as nature’s ethereal masterpiece, a captivating display […]

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Some 10 things about Hubble space telescope. Appears as a swirling wall of smoke in NGC 6530.