Falkiyat

Falkiyat is the destination which most space lovers and adventure seekers might be looking for. Falkiyat will focus on the latest achievements, advancements and future missions being planned for space exploration. The main aim of Falkiyat is to bring into knowledge of the common man, the world beyond these skies, lands and oceans. The target of Falkiyat is to provide a platform for curious people who wonder about space, and its charm

Voyager 1’s Thrusters Fired up for the First Time Since 1980

Published: December 3, 2017
Voyager 1 spacecraft was launched in 1977 and is the only spacecraft flying beyond our solar system. This spacecraft is still in communication with earth. That means scientists can send instructions and receive data from the Voyager 1. Last time, Voyager … Read More
KELT 9B - Hottest Gas Giant

Hottest Gas Giant Planet – KELT-9B

Published: November 27, 2017
NASA has discovered beyond our solar system there are plenty of other solar systems having variety of planets revolving around stars. Scientists have discovered a planet which they call, KELT-9b. This planet is hotter than most known planets in our galaxy… Read More
Surface of the Sun

Surface of the Sun

Published: November 17, 2017
Sun is a star that lights our solar system and is a source of making life’s existence possible. From Earth, we see sun as a yellow spot in the sky. We connote it with many happy and cheerful and hopeful terms for our life. In reality, sun surface is a b… Read More
Behemoth Black Hole

Black Hole Behemoth

Published: October 8, 2017
In 2016, a supermassive black hole is found which was observed having a weight of 17 billion suns. This supersized black hole is found at the center of an elliptical galaxy named, NGC 1600. This galaxy is located in cosmic backwater which is a small clust… Read More

Probability of life on Saturn’s Moon: Enceladus

Published: October 3, 2017
Enceladus is Saturn’s sixth largest moon. Its surface is composed of icy crust, water vapors and ice particles that thrust to the surface from underground geysers within the ocean beneath the icy crust. Carbon dioxide, carbon mono oxides, volatile gases… Read More
Ring Nebula

Ring Nebula-Shape

Published: August 24, 2017
A nebula is a gas cloud of helium, hydrogen, dust particles and plasma. Nebula is a Latin word for “cloud”. A nebula is an illuminated area where stars are said to take birth. Nebulae are also responsible for the formation of diverse planets and their… Read More
Life On Mars

Life On Mars: Gale Crater Discovery

Published: July 30, 2017
It has always remained the prime focus of scientists, space explorers and astronomers to find other planets like our Earth that can support life. Mars is considered the most appropriate planet that can support life, for a very long time. Its atmospheric c… Read More

A Dead Disc Galaxy and A Galactic Evolution

Published: July 30, 2017
Galaxies are customarily found to be in constant motion. Their motion is in the form of a twirling disc. It has recently been discovered that a disc galaxy is found to have stopped making stars. It was found that stars evolved from the disc shaped galaxie… Read More
Jupiter: A gas giant

Jupiter: A Mysterious Gas Giant

Published: July 13, 2017
Jupiter is the fifth planet of our solar system but the largest of all. It is the focus of attention of the world’s renowned space agency, NASA. The planet is composed of swirls and stripes which are actually the gigantic clouds of Ammonia and water. Th… Read More
Europa: Life supportive moon of Jupiter

Europa: Life Supportive Moon of Jupiter

Published: July 13, 2017
Europa, Jupiter’s one of the confirmed moons has been recently revealed to have life supporting conditions. Its surface is made up of ice and underneath it has water which is more than the amount of water on Earth. The water surface is hidden behind a s… Read More