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 •  August 21 total solar eclipse: Scientists to be on the look-out for sunspots
Sunspots are the primary generator of solar flares, the sudden, powerful blasts of electromagnetic radiation and charged particles that burst into space during explosions on the Sun's surface. 
 •  Partial phase of total solar eclipse mesmerizes people
America geared up for this rare astronomical event as people were seen flocking to places and hoping for a clear sky.
 •  Yellowstone Supervolcano threat looms over humankind, NASA vouches to protect us
NASA is planning to acts as a saviour and save mankind from the alarming threat from the volcano, that resides in one of the most beautiful places the world, Yellowstone National Park.
 •  August 21 total solar eclipse: Enhance your celestial knowledge before witnessing the magic!
The rare eclipse will be gracing the skies after 99 years and it's a once in a lifetime chance for people to view it.
 •  ISRO looking for association to enhance PSLV capacity, says ISRO chief AS Kiran Kumar
With the consortium, ISRO plans to increase the number of PSLVs so that the frequency of launches can match the number of launch vehicles, ISRO chief said.
 •  Total solar eclipse all set to woo sky gazers tonight: All you need to know!
Sometime in the year 2014, American space agency NASA had confirmed the occurrence of a total solar eclipse in 2017.
 •  ISRO to take forward cooperation agreement with Israel in space tech, says chief AS Kiran Kumar
ISRO and the Israel Space Agency (ISA) had signed a cooperation agreement during the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the Jewish state last month.
 •  4,500-year-old trading network uncovered in Vietnam
The discovery significantly changes what is known about early Vietnamese culture,
 •  Social media sites like Twitter can be handy in tracking natural disasters in real time
With over 500 million tweets sent every single day, new research is investigating innovative ways to use that data to help communities respond during unexpected catastrophes.
 •  Online auction selling rhino horns to open today; conservationists outraged
Breeders believe open trade is the only way to stop poachers slaughtering rhino.
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