The Business Inside: Basic Tips to Getting Started with Blogging

Are you planning to run your blogging website? Do you like writing? Want to turn your hobby into a profession? Do you love to play with words and sentences? Are you confident in your creativeness? Is your brain full of ideas, and you are dying to burst them out? I’m asking these questions because these questions will make a foundation for your blogging. And if your foundation is strong, you are going to succeed my friend.

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The Business Inside: Possibilities of Alien Life on Venus – Scientists Detect Rare Gas Phosphine on the Planet

The following video shows the complete coverage of the scientists discovering a rare gas called phosphine in the Venus Atmosphere. According to them, it could be a possible sign of alien life (tiny microbes) living in Venus clouds. It is because the detected phosphine amount is relatively large in quantity. The discovery also raises questions about its source as it’s also produced by volcanic & lightning activity.

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The Business Inside: PUBG Mobile Cutting Ties with Chinese Partner Tencent Gaming

Last week the Indian Govt banned PUBG Mobile and 118 other Chinese apps that were apparently stealing user data and transferring it to Chinese authorities. Although no one is talking about those 118 apps, the banning of the highly popular battle royale game PUBG, put a severe impact on Indian Gaming Community. But now some good news is coming from PUBG Corp. The original internal gaming brand PUBG Corporation that works under Bluehole has released an official statement.

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The Business Inside: NASA Praises Indian Astronomers ; Astroid Bigger than Great Pyramid of Giza will hit Earth’s Orbit

Indian astronomers discovered one of the farthest Start Galaxies in the universe recently, which is approximately 9.3 billion light-years away from Earth. To celebrate the achievement, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) also congratulated Indian astronomers and said that it will further humankind’s understanding of the universe. Just a few days ago, an SUV-car-sized asteroid went past the Earth, and now, NASA says that an asteroid twice the size of the Giza Pyramid is about to hit Earth’s orbit later this week. According to NASA, the asteroid called “Near-Earth Object” is traveling at a speed of 31,400mph and will enter Earth’s orbit on September 6, 2020. The scientists are tracking it since 2010.

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The Business Inside: NASA taking off with Psyche Mission ; Captures Earth’s two Most Colorful Phenomena

NASA is going to research 16 Psyche Asteroid to explore the secrets regarding how our solar system was born. In this mission, the space agency will analyze and observe the unique metal asteroid that’s orbiting the Sun between Jupiter and Mars. In the other news, an astronaut at the International Space Station (ISS) captured an astonishing phenomenon when Earth’s two most colorful aurora nd airglow met each other before dawn. If you don’t know what Aurora and Airglow are, then let me tell you. Both are entirely different phenomena.

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The Business Inside: Latest Pictures of Mars Blowed Internet Away with Excitement

Since the very first Mars mission was initiated, NASA spent thousands of hours investigating the red planet with its rovers and spacecraft. The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft orbits Mars and snap images of the Red Planet by using onboard cameras. On Thursday, the National Aeronautics and Space Administrations shared some pictures of Mars on their twitter handle. After seeing those pictures, the whole Internet was like “Fascinating.”

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The Business Inside: NASA’s TESS Satellite Found new Exoplanets, More than 2000 Astronomers at work

The exoplanet-hunting satellite, NASA TESS space telescope, has completed its primary mission of finding the new exoplanet in the universe. To our surprise, it discovered around 66 new exoplanets, or worlds similar to our solar system. Right now, around 2100 astronomers are working day and night to confirm the existence of these new worlds, says the US space agency.

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The Business Inside: What is Entrepreneurial Ecosystem & Why do we need one?

The road to becoming a successful entrepreneur is full of needles on which you have to walk barefoot. There are a lot of factors that affect the rates of startups and scaleups. Whenever someone starts a new business, they eagerly want to evolve into large enterprises. Due to this, many startup end-up failing after running for 5-10 years.

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The Business Inside: Build Your Public Profile for Search Engine with Google ‘People Cards’

On 11 August 2020, Google launched the “People Cards” feature in India to enable users to create their profile on Google search engine. We shall remind you that the feature was already in the testing phase for the last couple of years. The idea was to bring a virtual visiting cards-like experience to Google Search. It will help users to highlight their websites, social media profiles, and identity details to the public. Users can control what they want people to see about them.

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The Business Inside: An Extrasolar Planet Discovered around Main-Sequence Star with the help of Radio Telescope

Dr. Gisela N. Ortiz León, a Postdoctoral researcher from Max Plack Institute for Radio Astronomy, along with an internal team of astronomers, made a wonderful discovery by finding a Saturn-like planet, which is orbiting a small, cool star. They were able to detect a ‘wobble’ in the star’s motion, probably caused due to the gravitational pull of the planet.

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