According to NASA's temperature record, Earth in 2021 was about 1.1 degrees Celsius warmer than the late 19th century average, the start of the industrial revolution.
The world's largest and most complex space science telescope will now begin moving its 18 primary mirror segments to align the telescope optics.
The custom-built hardware and software by Lockheed Martin and Amazon will test Alexa, Amazon's voice-based virtual assistant, to respond to the transmitted audio.
During its eighth flyby of the Sun in April, the spacecraft encountered the specific magnetic and particle conditions at around 8.1 million miles above the solar surface that told scientists it finally entered the solar atmosphere.
"This begins a new quest to unlock the secrets of some of the most energetic objects in our universe, from black holes to neutron stars," it added.
In 2018, Indian-origin Anil Menon joined SpaceX where he started its medical program and helped prepare for the company's first human flights.
"Hubble's gaze shows a small section of the nebula in both visible and invisible infrared light, capturing dazzling detail of the nebula's structure, including bright areas of glowing gas," NASA said in a statement.
Asteroids which have been hitting the Earth for billions of years are believed to be a reason behind the extinction of dinosaurs 66 million years ago.
The data suggested the presence of a shallow sedimentary layer sandwiched between lava flows beneath the planet's surface.
The spacecraft, roughly the size of a small car, will strike the smaller body at about 4 miles per second.
Both the orbiters orbit the moon in a nearly polar orbit and hence, both the spacecraft come close to each other over the Lunar poles.
In addition to the experiments flying with them aboard Dragon, the Crew-3 astronauts are also scheduled to conduct many additional experiments and technology demonstrations during their mission.
The X1-class flare caused a temporary, yet strong radio blackout across the sunlit side of Earth centred on South America, according to the US Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC), which tracks space weather events.
The new results show that the cyclones are warmer on top, with lower atmospheric densities, while they are colder at the bottom, with higher densities.
The programme will culminate with landing the first woman and the first person of colour on the surface of the Moon.
Meanwhile, it said all other system is working well and both of the solar arrays are producing power and charging the battery.
Lucy will circle back to Earth three times for gravity assists, making it the first spacecraft to return to the vicinity of Earth from the outer solar system
Air pollution is considered as the greatest environmental threat to health, and it disproportionately affects vulnerable populations: 91 per cent of deaths from ambient air pollution occur in low-income and middle-income countries.
During the test, hot fire, operators fired RS-25 developmental engine No. 0528, used for each of the seven tests in the series, for more than eight minutes (500 seconds), the same time required during an actual launch.
Space radiation originates from three primary sources: particles trapped in the Earth's magnetic field, particles shot into space during solar flares, and galactic cosmic rays, which originate outside our solar system.
As NASA prepares to land the first woman and the next man on the surface of the moon by 2024 as part of the Artemis mission, understanding the solar radiation environment and possible resources on the moon are critical.
Due to melting of glaciers, 12 Indian coastal cities including Paradip will submerge in the sea by the end of 21 century, NASA predicted
Both spacecrafts have one more flyby this year -- BepiColombo in October and Solar Orbiter in November.
Each mission will consist of four crew members living and working in a 1,700-square-foot module 3D-printed by ICON, called Mars Dune Alpha.
Ganymede's surface temperature varies strongly throughout the day, and around noon near the equator it may become sufficiently warm that the ice surface releases (or sublimates) some small amounts of water molecules.