NASA is at the moment in the search for as many planets as available in the universe. At the every moment scientists have invented the BepiColombo Mercury Transfer Module (MTM) which is all set to conquer the grand task to the hunt down the planets with many orbiters and snap images from space. The European Space Agency (ESA) has built the mission in collaboration with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) for studying the Mercury interior and surface structure as well as magnetic field plus magnetosphere characterizations. The BepiColombo has been able to capture the selfie kind of images before peering into the night chasm. The Ariane 5 rocket carrying BepiColombo has already started its work in the deep space.
The Mercury Planetary Orbiter (MPO) is the first target the transfer module equipped with cameras is looking out for. The black-and-white snapshots with a 1024 x 1024 pixel resolution are going to aid take loads of images during its 7 Years of the journey. The space scientists plan to make use of the multiparty mission between the ESA and the JAXA so as to learn the Solar system’s mystifying planets via BepiColombo’s orbiters, the Mercury Magnetospheric Orbiter (MMO) plus the Mercury Planetary Orbiter (MPO). The mission’s scientific goal is to use MMO to study the Mercury’s magnetic field and communication with the Sun while the MPO will image and study the planet intricately. The 1.3 billion-euro mission will come back with an enormous bounty of science. The BepiColombo is expected to reach its destination by December 2025 and snap plenty of electrifying photos along its way.
The space pirates have tipped off all the engineers and scientists regarding the new-fangled NGC 2467, a cluster of stars nicknamed “Skull and Crossbones Nebula” living in the constellation Puppis is actually swirling clouds of gas and dust. The cluster of vibrant stars peering from the cosmic area is at the moment compared to a human skull or a colorful ghost.