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ESA’s Mars Express to Make the Closet Flyby of Phobos Ever

ESA’s Mars Express to Make the Closet Flyby of Phobos Ever Mars Express is getting close to flyby the Red Planet's largest moon Phobos. The extent of flyby will be so close and fast that it will be incapable of capturing any images. But nevertheless, it will be able to extract the most accurate details of the gravitational field of the moon.

European Space Agency's Mars Express to Fly close to Mars’ Largest Moon Phobos

European Space Agency's Mars Express to Fly close to Mars’ Largest Moon PhobosEuropean Space Agency's Mars Express is all set to make its closest flyby of the Red Planet's largest moon. Yes, it will be flying as close as 45 kilometers above the moon Phobos on December 29.

Passenger car registrations Increases by 1.2 percent in Europe

Passenger car registrations Increases by 1.2 percent in EuropeFor the third month in a row registration for new car rose in the European Union. On Tuesday, the European carmakers' association reported that EU passenger car sales have increased by 1.2 percent in November. But car sales for the year to the end of November are still below the same period as compared to the previous year.

European Commission Approves Astrazeneca’s Four-Strain Flu Vaccine in Europe

European Commission Approves Astrazeneca’s Four-Strain Flu Vaccine in EuropeBritain's second largest pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca has sought marketing authorization for its nasally administered four-strain flu vaccine Fluenz Tetra. The approval has been granted by the European Commission.

CO2 fears Overrated, says UN report

CO2If the students may rack their memory lanes, they would surely remember classes of environment where CO2 was held responsible for the massive climate change. But it now seems that the issue has touched the heads of environmental intelligentsia and they are finding the limit of this explanation.

EU Grassland Butterflies at Brink of Extinction

EU Grassland Butterflies at Brink of ExtinctionA report has unveiled recently that over the last two decades, the population of grassland butterfly of Europe has reduced to a huge extent.

The decline in the species is being taken as an austere warning that many other such species in the region could face extinction down the road.

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