My Twitter friend and compatriot @zeusisdead made a good, bristling case for why we shouldn’t celebrate India’s Mars […]
Even if ISRO has launched a spacecraft to Mars, the payload limit still stands in the way of taking full advantage of scientific interest on the ground. But apparently now isn’t the time to think about that…
If China wants Alibaba to go international, it will find it tough to take refuge behind its current Internet governance policies. Anuj Srivas explains.
The Americans had the skycrane and their seven minutes of hell. This is India’s ultimate so-near-yet-so-far moment. The Mars Orbiter mission better work out.
When I decided to quit The Hindu and leave for grad studies at New York University, my parents, […]
“The paper has been through many financial crises and Science Times has not been affected.” These were the […]
No patterns that I can see. O New York, how cold will you be this winter? Because I […]
The Richter scale describes the strength of earthquakes, and enough quakes have occurred across the spectrum of strengths for it to be well calibrated. On the Kp index scale, however, more occurrences of stronger and weaker flares are necessary for us to really know where each one sits on the scale.
Classes at NYU have started! On day one, Michael Balter, who is a senior correspondent for Science, kicked […]
I’m here now.