Author: Khyati Mishra

Student of Mass Cmmunication and a part time journalist. Prefers to work on the analytical side of the world. Writing has been a hobby for very long and the journalist within enlivens the taste of it. Part time aestrophile and space enthusiast. Currently working on learning Physics and Mathematics.

Experts warned that the explosion’s debris could be headed for Earth. Solar flares are intense energy bursts that can disrupt radio transmission. The Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) of NASA obtains multiple-wavelength photographs of the Sun   Observatories have detected a 200,000-kilometre-long filament eruption from the Sun after it exploded in a cannibalistic eruption. The lengthy strand of magnetism emerged like a rubber band from the southern hemisphere of the Sun. The SOHO observatories have detected a Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) emanating from the explosion location, which was predicted by experts to be headed toward Earth. However, Spaceweather.com stated that the data…

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The missile launched on October 4 was the first to fly over Japan from North Korea in five years. The launch marks the twenty-fourth missile test performed by North Korea this year. India, along with the United States, the United Kingdom, and France, has strongly denounced North Korea’s ballistic missile launch over Japan, with New Delhi emphasizing that such launches threaten the peace and security of the region and the world. The missile launched on October 4 was the first to fly over Japan from North Korea in five years. The launch marks the twenty-fourth missile test performed by North…

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A powerful and relatively shallow earthquake struck the island of Sumatra in Indonesia on Saturday, causing damage to more than a dozen homes and buildings and taking the life of one local citizen, according to the police. According to the United States Geological Survey, the epicentre of the 5.9 magnitude earthquake was located approximately 40 kilometres (24.8 miles) northeast of Sibolga, a seaside city in the province of North Sumatra. It was 13 kilometres (8 miles) deep. After the earthquake in Indonesia that occurred the morning before, there were two aftershocks that measured 5.0 on the Richter scale. According to…

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Abuse of a Racist Nature Directed Toward Sadiq Khan; His administration has stated that the choice about the placement of a statue honouring the late monarch should be made by King Charles III and the royal family. Abuses were directed at the mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, on social media after it was mistakenly reported that he could prevent a new statue of Queen Elizabeth II from being placed in the city. There were reports in several British publications that Mayor Sadiq Khan had refused to provide a spot for a statue of Queen Elizabeth II on the fourth plinth…

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Source: DW Russia’s internationally reviled plan to annex four regions of Ukraine is hampered by its withdrawal from Lyman. KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia withdrew its troops on Saturday from an eastern Ukrainian city that it had been using as a front-line hub prior to being encircled by Ukrainian forces. The city had been in the centre of Russia’s offensive against Ukraine. The Kremlin has been further embarrassed and enraged as a result of the most recent victory achieved by the Ukrainian counteroffensive. The Russian Federation’s decision to pull out of Lyman makes its internationally reviled declaration from just one…

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NASA and Astra Space have revised a launch contract originally awarded for the launch of a constellation of CubeSats after Astra Space retired the launch vehicle that would have carried out the launch. A contract worth $7.95 million was awarded to Astra in February 2021 for three launches of its Rocket 3.3 vehicle, each carrying two NASA Time-Resolved Observations of Precipitation structure and storm Intensity with a Constellation of Smallsats (TROPICS) CubeSats. Two TROPICS satellites were lost as a result of the failure of the June launch to reach orbit. Astra announced on August 4 that it was discontinuing the…

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Numerous overseas police stations have been established by the China government, including in developed nations such as Canada and Ireland, causing concern among human rights activists. Through these illegal police stations, the Chinese government is also influencing elections in certain countries, according to an investigation by Reportika. In an effort to become a global superpower, the Chinese government has opened a number of illegal police stations around the world, including in developed nations such as Canada and Ireland, causing concern among human rights activists. Such informal police service stations affiliated with the Public Security Bureau (PSB) have been established across…

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The initial findings from the Zhurong rover’s radar imager analysis revealed two intriguing underground layers. Through analysis of subsurface layers, the Zhurong rover, which was launched by China in 2021 and landed on Mars in 2021, discovered indications that massive floods occurred on the red planet billions of years ago. Utopia Planitia, located in the northern half of Mars, was chosen as the site for the rover’s landing. Using ground-penetrating radar, the rover was able to identify two horizontal layers beneath the surface. These are the initial results obtained by the radar imager on the rover. Although liquid water was…

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