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Diksha Shinde used false credentials to apply, not employed, not paid by us: NASA clarifies on Maharashtra teenager controversy

NASA, while responding to OpIndia's queries seeking clarification on the Diksha Shinde saga, said that she is neither employed by NASA nor has been awarded fellowship as that opportunity is only for US citizens.

Maharashtra teenager Diksha Shinde’s claims were false, ANI withdraws story after NASA said she used fake credentials

Maharashtra teenager Diksha Shinde has claimed she has been selected in the NASA MSI programme, but her claims do not add up

Rising sea levels may submerge many Indian cities including Mumbai by 2100: NASA projections on climate panel report

As per NASA's analysis, 12 Indian cities - Kandla, Okha, Bhavnagar, Mumbai, Mormugao, Mangalore, Cochin, Paradip, Khidirpur, Visakhapatnam, Chennai, and Tuticorin are projected to witness a rise in sea levels leading to the submergence in low lying areas.

NASA intern who suffered Hinduphobic attacks expresses love for her culture, thanks people for support

NASA intern Pratima Roy thanked people for the support she received on the backdrop of the Hinduphobic attacks against her.

Former cricketer Venkatesh Prasad shuts up Hinduphobic Twitter handle for targeting NASA intern over photo with Gods

Former Indian cricketer Venkatesh Prasad on Tuesday slammed the official Twitter account of Mission Ambedkar

Solar storm to hit Earth on Monday, should you be concerned? Here’s what we know

On Monday (July 12), a high-speed solar storm will approach our planet at a speed of 1.6 million km/hour and affect electricity supply.

Photo of NASA intern with Hindu Gods and Goddesses on her table sparks Hinduphobic meltdown: How Roy was attacked for her Hindu faith

NASA intern Pratima Roy became a victim of Hinduphobic attacks after the space research agency shared her photo with her Gods.

NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter takes maiden flight on Mars, completes first-ever powered flight on another planet

Ingenuity is a mini 4-pound (1.8 kg) robotic helicopter flown to Mars with the Perseverance rover.

Meet Swati Mohan, the Star Trek inspired MIT graduate who led the landing of NASA’s rover on Mars

After the completion of her PhD, Swati Mohan had joined NASA again as a Guidance, Navigation and Control Systems Engineer.

#Inspiration4: Space X to launch its first commercial civilian mission to space in 2021. Read details

The civilian crew chosen for the commercial space programme will undergo training in orbital mechanics, stress testing, operating in zero gravity and microgravity.

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