American engineer and former astronaut Buzz Aldrin arrived in Nepal on Sunday (September 4, 2016) with a six-member team. Aldrin, who is the second among 12 persons to have stepped on the Moon, spent a whole day in Lumbini, the birthplace of Gautam Buddha, along with his team members on Monday.
A rare and endangered species of bird has come to view since being spotted for the first time some 178 years ago in Chitwan by a foreigner ornithologist.
A Nepali scientist led research at NASA has made a groundbreaking discovery about why Earth’s polar motion was moving eastwards dramatically – from Canada to the United Kingdom – since the beginning of the new Millennium, and the mystery behind the east-west swings in the polar motion on a decadal basis.
The first study of the Ganges river dolphins found in Nepal estimates improvement in the number of the endangered species.
Nepal finally has a landmark named after it in the solar system for the first time. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) named Pluto’s icy mountains, which were discovered on Wednesday (July 15, 2015), after the legendary mountaineer Tenzing Norgay Sherpa.
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