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Nasa releases images of strange shaped asteroid that passed just 4.5 million miles from Earth last weekend
This collage of radar images of near-Earth asteroid 1999 JD6 was collected by Nasa on July 25, 2015. The images show the rotation of the asteroid, which made its closest approach on July 24 at 9:55 p.m. PDT (12:55 a.m. EDT on July 25) at a distance ...
 Sott.net18 hours ago
Softpedia
NASA Releases Video of Mammoth Asteroid That Flew by Us on July 24
The space rock comprises two lobes, resembles a peanut A few days ago, a massive asteroid flew by our planet. The space rock made its closest approach on July 24, at 9:55 p.m. PDT (12:55 a.m. EDT) on the dot, when it came as close as 4.5 million ...
 Softpedia1 day ago
'Peanut-Shaped' Space Rock Flies By Earth - Radar Observations Video
Asteroid 1999 JD6's nearest approach to Earth was ~4.5 millions miles away but it was close enough for radar images to be captured. The object is a "contact binary consisting of two lobes," according to NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. The Deep ...
 Space.com1 day ago
Earth flyby of 'space peanut' captured in new video
. The asteroid is between 660 - 980 feet (200 - 300 meters) in diameter. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/GSSR NASA scientists have used two giant, Earth-based radio telescopes to bounce radar signals off a passing asteroid and produce images of the ...
 PhysOrg.com1 day ago
NASA captures Earth flyby of 'space peanut'
Washington, Aug 2 (IANS) NASA scientists have captured a peanut-shaped asteroid that approached close to Earth last weekend. The next time an asteroid will approach Earth this close will be
 IANS Live3 hours ago
NASA scientists captures Earth flyby of 'space peanut'
WASHINGTON: NASA scientists have captured a peanut-shaped asteroid that approached close to Earth last weekend. The next time an asteroid will approach Earth this close will be in 2054. The asteroid named 1999 JD6 appears to be a contact binary -- ...
 Economic Times6 hours ago
New Indian Express
Watch Video: NASA Captures Earth Flyby of 'Space Peanut'
WASHINGTON: NASA scientists have captured a peanut-shaped asteroid that approached close to Earth last weekend. The next time an asteroid will approach Earth this close will be in 2054. The asteroid named 1999 JD6 appears to be a contact binary ...
 New Indian Express7 hours ago
Mangalorean
NASA captures Earth flyby of space peanut
Washington, Aug 2 (IANS) NASA scientists have captured a peanut-shaped asteroid that approached close to Earth last weekend. The next time an asteroid will approach Earth this close will be in 2054. The asteroid named 1999 JD6 appears to be a ...
 Mangalorean7 hours ago
NASA Scientist: Asteroid Bennu Definitely Packs Organic Materials
Bennu was discovered in 1999, NASA will soon visit it Asteroid Bennu, otherwise known as 101955 Bennu or 1999 RQ36, was first documented in September 1999. It measures 492 meters (1,614 feet) in diameter, and like other asteroids, it is basically ...
 Softpedia5 days ago
Asteroid will safely pass Earth today, poses no threat: NASA
The US space agency NASA has confirmed that an asteroid, known as 1999 FN53, will safely pass more than 26 times the distance of Earth to the moon on Thursday, May 14, 2015.
 Zee News2 months ago
NASA Pings a Passing Space Peanut Discovery News
Radar signals were sent toward 1999 JD6 from NASA's 70-meter DSS-14 antenna at theGoldstone Complex in California's Mojave Desert, and received in the even bigger NRAOGreen Bank Telescope in West Virginia. This antenna tag team enables for finer ...
 NewsListOnline10 hours ago
NASA captures Earth flyby of 'space …
Washington, Aug 2 (IANS) NASA scientists have captured a peanut-shaped asteroid that approached close to Earth last weekend. The next time an asteroid will approach Earth this close will be in 2054. The asteroid named 1999 JD6 appears to be a ...
 Yahoo! India5 hours ago
NASA captures Earth flyby of 'space peanut'
Washington: NASA scientists have captured a peanut-shaped asteroid that approached close to Earth last weekend. The next time an asteroid will approach Earth this close will be in 2054. The asteroid named 1999 JD6 appears to be a contact binary -- ...
 IBNLive India News6 hours ago
NDTV
NASA Captures Earth Flyby of 'Space Peanut'
. The asteroid is between 660 - 980 feet (200 - 300 meters) in diameter. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/GSSR Washington: NASA scientists have captured a peanut-shaped asteroid that approached close to Earth last weekend. The next time an asteroid ...
 NDTV6 hours ago
NASA captures Earth flyby of 'space peanut'
Radar images of asteroid 1999 JD6. Photo credit: NASA Washington: NASA scientists have captured a peanut-shaped asteroid that approached close to Earth last weekend. The next time an asteroid will approach Earth this close will be in 2054. The ...
 ZeeNews.com6 hours ago
NASA captures Earth flyby of 'space peanut'
NASA scientists have captured a peanut-shaped asteroid that approached close to Earth last weekend. The next time an asteroid will approach Earth this close will be in 2054.The asteroid named 1999 JD6 appears to be a contact binary -- an asteroid ...
 5 Dariya News - English6 hours ago
NASA captures Earth flyby of 'space peanut' (With Image)
NASA scientists have captured a peanut-shaped asteroid that approached close to Earth last weekend. The next time an asteroid will approach Earth this close will be in 2054. The asteroid named 1999 JD6 appears to be a contact binary -- an asteroid ...
 NetIndia123.com7 hours ago
NASA captures Earth flyby of 'space peanut'
Washington, Aug 2 (IANS): NASA scientists have captured a peanut-shaped asteroid that approached close to Earth last weekend. The next time an asteroid will approach Earth this close will be in 2054. The asteroid named 1999 JD6 appears to be a ...
 Daijiworldcom7 hours ago
The Freepress Journal
NASA captures Earth flyby of space peanut
01:05 pm Washington: NASA scientists have captured a peanut-shaped asteroid that approached close to Earth last weekend. The next time an asteroid will approach Earth this close will be in 2054. The asteroid named 1999 JD6 appears to be a contact ...
 The Freepress Journal5 hours ago
Nasa captures Earth flyby of space peanut
WASHINGTON: Nasa scientists have captured a peanut-shaped asteroid that approached close to Earth last weekend. The next time an asteroid will approach Earth this close will be in 2054. The asteroid named 1999 JD6 appears to be a contact binary ...
 The Gulf Today6 hours ago
NASA captures Earth flyby of 'space peanut'
National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA scientists have captured a peanut-shaped asteroid that approached close to Earth last weekend. The next time an asteroid will approach Earth this close will be in 2054. The asteroid named 1999 ...
 ProKerala.com7 hours ago
NASA captures Earth flyby of space peanut
Washington, Aug 2 (IANS) NASA scientists have captured a peanut-shaped asteroid that approached close to Earth last weekend. The next time an asteroid will approach Earth this close will be in 2054. The asteroid named 1999 JD6 appears to be a ...
 Can India News7 hours ago
India Online.in
Watch Video: NASA Captures Earth Flyby of 'Space Peanut'
Brought to you by WASHINGTON: NASA scientists have captured a peanut-shaped asteroid that approached close to Earth last weekend. The next time an asteroid will approach Earth this close will be in 2054. The asteroid named 1999 JD6 appears to be ...
 India Online.in5 hours ago
NASA captures Earth flyby of 'space peanut'
Washington: NASA scientists have captured a peanut-shaped asteroid that approached close to Earth last weekend. The next time an asteroid will approach Earth this close will be in 2054. The asteroid named 1999 JD6 appears to be a contact binary -- ...
 India Online.in7 hours ago

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