Sciency News You Need To Know : January 2019
ISRO will launch ‘Kalmasat’ by students and launch imaging satellite ‘Microsat R’
Kalmasat is the smallest satellite in the world. Kalmasat Satellite has been prepared by a group of Indian students. A total of Rs. 12 lakhs have been spent in making this.
Between 1 to 10 million years of Saturn’s rings: NASA Cassini missions
The Cassini mission is not in existence, but using the data it has acquired, various facts have been discovered by the University of California.
ISRO announces launch of special satellite for border security
It was informed by the Home Ministry that this step is part of the recommendations made by a task force regarding the use of space technology in improving border management.
IIT Hyderabad becomes the first institution to launch BTech in Artificial Intelligence
This course is made in America’s Carnegie Mellon University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The program will be started from the academic session 2019-2020.
Center launches DD Science and India Science Channel for Science Broadcasting
On this occasion, an agreement was signed between Science Propaganda and Doordarshan, an autonomous organization under the Department of Science and Technology. On these channels, science-based documentaries, discussions, interviews and short films will be shown in the studio. These channels are absolutely free.
China has achieved success in growing cotton on the moon
China launched the Chang’E 4 Spacecraft on December 8, 2018 with the help of March 3B rocket from the Xiang Satellite Launch Center.
Launch of special weather services for the Kumbh Mela in Prayagraj
In order to give the information of the environment and to predict the next three days weather forecast, automatic weather centers (ADS) have been established at four different places in Prayagraj.
Mission Gaganan will be launched in December 2021: ISRO
ISRO chief said that the target of two unmanned space missions has been kept in December 2020 and July 2021. Cabinet has approved the budget of Rs. 10 thousand crores for the Indian Gaganan Human Mission.
IIT Madras has prepared ‘Space Fuel’ in the laboratory
This research has recently been published by the science journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). This discovery may suggest some concrete remedies to face the problem of climate change.
NASA’s satellite TESS searched the planet three times as big as possible
According to information released by scientists, there may be a possibility of life on this planet due to the thick atmosphere. It is 53 light years away from the planet Earth.
Private F.M. Allowed to broadcast news of AIR news channels
Private F.M. Radio broadcasters will be allowed to broadcast AIR news bulletins in English / Hindi as per the list of bulletins given in the news program.
Central Government allocates Rs 10,900 cr for ISRO to develop 40 satellite launch vehicle
President of ISRO Dr. K. In a statement issued by Siwan, it has been said that the central government has allocated ten thousand nine hundred crore rupees for developing 40 satellite launchers during the next four years.
The ‘Time Capsule’ in the LPU was pressed into the ground for the next 100 years.
This time capsule has included 100 such items which represent the modern technology experienced in India.