Category: Scientific Writing

James Webb Space Telescope

Peering into the Universe’s Depths Article by Rumeshika Kanagaraj, 2nd Year Undergraduate The James Webb Space Telescope stands as the beacon of humanity’s relentless quest to unravel the mysteries of the cosmos. Positioned as the successor to the venerable Hubble Telescope, it represents a leap forward in our ability to observe and understand the universe. […]

The Realm of Space Weather

Article by Savindu Weerathunga, 3rd Year Undergraduate, Faculty of Science, University of Colombo Unbeknownst to us humans, another vast network of weather phenomena exists beyond the limits of the Earth’s atmosphere but regardless has had a major impact on the Earth’s systems and, especially, the lives of humans and will continue to do so for […]

Weather Forecasting Methods

Article by Sankha Wishwanath, UCSC 2nd Year Curiosity was the key to human success. Every invention throughout human history was driven by curiosity. Within this journey, we used uncountable methods to fill gaps in our minds. Throughout history, humans were curious about something special. Something special is called the future. They wanted to know what […]

Cassini-Huygens: Unveiling the Jewel of the Solar System

Cassini-Huygens commonly called “Cassini” that is space research mission. Cassini collaborated among NASA the European Space Agency (ESA), and the Italian Space agency (ASI)to send a space probe to study the planet Saturn and its system. U.S. Cassini-Huygens – Saturn-bound European spacecraft launched on October 15, 1997. The mission included the Cassini orbiter from the […]

New Horizons: NASA’s New Frontiers Program

The New Frontiers Program aims to carry out targeted planetary science investigations while utilizing effective management techniques. The main goal of the program is to provide unique scientific insights through Solar System exploration. The Planetary Data System (PDS) archive will be expanded to include scientific data, maps, and other products so that all scientists can […]

Zooming Through the Pioneer Program: Pioneer 6, 7, 8, and 9

Interplanetary space contains the mass and energy of the solar system so that planets, comets, dwarf planets, etc., are moving objects within it. Pioneer 6, 7, 8, and 9, which were carried out in such an environment, were another giant step in the space exploration of the Pioneer program, launched in between 1965 and 1969 […]

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