Articles by Avaneesh Pandey

The Curious Case Of The Global Warming 'Hiatus'

A fresh analysis of the apparent slowdown in the rate of rise of global temperatures between 1998 and 2012 has shown that the phenomenon was the result of natural short-term variability that does not affect long-term climate projections.

Physicists Hunt For Hybrid Mesons

If hybrid mesons, which are identical to ordinary mesons in composition but quite different in behavior, are discovered, it would help us expand our understanding of the strong nuclear force.

NASA's Next-Generation Spacesuits Are Far From Ready

In a 52-page audit report, the space agency's Office of Inspector General warned that there was a “significant risk” that its next-generation spacesuits may not be ready before the International Space Station’s potential retirement in 2024.


Iran Missile

Iran Working On New Fighter Jet, Missiles

A new fighter jet would be launched Aug. 22, and the navy also said it mounted a locally built advanced defensive weapons system on one of its warships for the first time.
Kofi Annan

Kofi Annan Dead At 80

Annan and the United Nations shared the 2001 Nobel Peace Prize for efforts to reform the world body and give priority to human rights issues.