Nick Taylor

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Nick specializes in Science writing and has explored a broad array of topics including space missions, moon landings, Mission to Mars, sky observatories, telescopes, etc. Along with this he also scripts articles related to new findings, scientific discoveries, various researches. Nick is not just a writer or editor; he is also a reader who likes to learn and try new things.

Data from NASA’s Hubble Telescope Reveal the Universe is Expanding More Rapidly Than Predicted

Data from NASA’s Hubble Telescope Reveal the Universe is Expanding More Rapidly Than Predicted

The universe is increasing 9% faster than thought, according to a new study. Astronomers studying data from NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope have revealed the surprising fact. Usually, the technique to measure the stars is extremely time-consuming. It is because the Hubble telescope can only notice one star for every one-and-a-half-hour orbit around Earth. Scientists used …

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Study Says Greenland Ice Sheet Is Melting Six Times Faster Than Ever

Study Says Greenland Ice Sheet Is Melting Six Times Faster Than Ever

Scientists have re-estimated the amount of ice Greenland has lost since the past 4-5 decades. The rapidly changing climate is destroying massive chunks of ice from Greenland. A study reveals the melt has already resulted in rising of sea level. In the upcoming years, the island will lose more due to increased levels of global …

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Jerrie Cobb, NASA’s First Woman Astronaut Candidate, Died at 88

Jerrie Cobb, NASA’s First Woman Astronaut Candidate, Died at 88

Nowadays women are pioneering many streams across the globe, and the credit goes to the females who pushed for themselves. Pilot Jerrie Cobb is one of them. Being the first American astronaut candidate, she pushed for the category in space. But Jerrie never reached its heights, and now she is no more. An independent American …

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Researchers Found a Snow-Powered Nanogenerator Which Will Work Best in Winters

Researchers Found a Snow-Powered Nanogenerator Which Will Work Best in Winters

Nowadays, opting clean energy is in trend, but existing technology is restricting people from adopting it. Utilizing water and wind potential are difficult for the average person. Readily available solar energy is still too expensive to set up. Though scientists have developed innovative ways to trap the energy of all the natural resources; but the …

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SpaceX Won NASA’s $69 Million Contract to Fly Heavy Rocket into Asteroid

SpaceX Won NASA’s $69 Million Contract to Fly Heavy Rocket into Asteroid

NASA has awarded $69 million deal to Elon Musk’s SpaceX for a challenging mission to send a spacecraft into an asteroid. Now SpaceX will ride for NASA’s DART (Double Asteroid Redirection Test) mission. In the upcoming years, we may experience the Arcade Game: Asteroids in real time. Jokes apart, the mission would be a pioneer …

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Israeli Spacecraft Failed in an Attempt to Land On Moon

Israeli Spacecraft Failed in an Attempt to Land On Moon

An Israeli spacecraft has crashed into the moon near to its landing on the lunar land. Beresheet reached the moon on Thursday and had a bold attempt to land. Unfortunately, its intended soft landing was unsuccessful. It was the first privately funded lunar landing. Besides, it was a semisweet end for the Israeli lander. About …

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