Moon lighting: Partial lunar eclipse to be longest since 1440

The dramatic red is caused by a phenomenon known as "Rayleigh scattering", where the shorter blue lightwaves from the Sun are dispersed by particles in the Earth's atmosphere. Red lightwaves, which are longer, pass easily through these particles.

Elon Musk’s Starship to attempt first orbital flight to Moon in 2022

Starship has already made several sub-orbital flights. After multiple tests that ended in impressive explosions, SpaceX finally succeeded in landing the spacecraft, which is designed to be reusable. For the upcoming orbital test, it will be decked out with an ultra-powerful first stage dubbed Super Heavy.

Elon Musk sends fresh crew to International Space Station

The launch marked the fifth crewed space mission by Musk's SpaceX company in the last 18 months and the third mission done specifically for NASA, which is why the mission is dubbed "Crew-3".

NASA, SpaceX delay International Space Station mission

The launch is now scheduled for Saturday, November 6 at 11:36 pm local time (0336 GMT Sunday), from Cape Canaveral in Florida. NASA did not specify which astronaut was affected by the medical issue.

Saudi Arabia uses robots to clean Masjid al-Haraam, distribute Zamzam

It is an “Intelligent Disinfection Robot” which can work for four hours, with a capacity of more than 68 liters of water and can clean more than two thousand square meters per hour.

Facebook company changes name to Meta

Facebook has changed its parent company name to “Meta” on Thursday as the tech giant tries to move past being a scandal-plagued social network to its virtual reality vision for the future.

Pakistani-American woman entrepreneur in Forbes next 1000 list

The Pakistani – American entrepreneur, founder, and CEO of Playpal has made it to the list of Forbes next 1000 list. She has been featured under the Healthcare and Science category, for her self-health monitoring platform.

People with disabilities can now easily use Android phones

To make Android more accessible for everyone, Google announced the launch of new tools that would help people with disabilities easily use their phones. The tools put machine learning and front-facing cameras on smartphones to work detecting face and eye movements.

U.S. commerce chief seeks aggressive action on chip shortage

Automakers from General Motors Co to Toyota Motor Corp slashed output and sales forecasts due to scarce chip supplies. Regarding this, U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said it is time to get "aggressive" in addressing the worsening semiconductor chip shortage.