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Allah's Universe is Filled with Life

During Medieval times almost all Christian theologians accepted the Ptolemaic Geocentric Greek view of the universe as an absolute universal truth.

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Space Travel at Button Click

Have you already planned your vacation trip? If not, maybe you should consider taking a ride along the solar system! Virtually speaking, the possibility is real – thanks to a new tool released by NASA that offers 3D navigation through the immensity of our cosmic habitat. Fasten your seatbelt, and welcome aboard the Eyes on the …

US Borders Force NASA Scientist to Unlock Phone

An American NASA engineer was detained for several hours by US Customs officers, who forced him to unlock his PIN-protected work phone before they would let him through at Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport.

The Discovery of Iram City was Mentioned in the Quran

What makes this interesting archeological finding more important is that its name exists in the Quran. Up to that time, many people who thought the tribe of Ad mentioned in the Quran to be a legend and never to be founded were amazed upon this new finding. Nicholas Clapp is the amateur archeologist who founded the city that is mentioned in the Quran.

Muslimah NASA Researcher Launches Space Program

Being the first and only Indian Muslim woman selected as a researcher at NASA, Karishma Inamdar aims for the stars through her space outreach program designed to inspire students for space research work. Karishma Inamdar, the 25-year-old “rocket scientist,” as she calls herself, was born in the Indian city of Baramati. She was selected in …


NASA Discovers 72 Never-before-seen Asteroids

To protect ourselves from asteroids and comets that could very easily smash into Earth, researchers have to first know where those objects are in our Solar System, which is exactly what NASA has been doing with its Near-Earth Object Wide-field Survey Explorer (NEOWISE) spacecraft. Now, after two years of study, we, the public, finally get a chance to take a peek at what it found.

InSight Lander

NASA Postpones Its Lander to 2018

The InSight Mars lander has won a reprieve from NASA’s top managers after persistent problems with one of the probe’s science instruments caused the mission to miss a narrow launch window planned for this month.

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