1999 FN53, an asteroid measuring an eighth of Mount Everest's size, will fly past Earth on May 14. Collision with an alien rock this big could be catastrophic but there is no reason for mankind to worry. (Photo : NASA/JPL) An asteroid measuring ... Tech Times, 1 week ago
NASA: Gigantic asteroid to hurtle past Earth Thursday - Iran Daily, 1 week ago
Narrow miss: Kilometer-wide asteroid to brush close to Earth - Russia Today, 1 week ago
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19:55 Still from YouTube video/NASA Hollywood-style planetary defense may be one step closer to reality as NASA announced it was going ahead with a plan to capture and redirect an asteroid into the Earth's orbit. Real orbital defense is ...Russia Today, 2 weeks ago
A TEAM of Scottish scientists has been tasked with saving the world from asteroids and other space debris. The Stardust Network project, funded with four million Euros from the European Commission, will see Strathclyde University experts ...Scottish Daily Express, 1 month ago
Thousands of asteroids orbit our own solar system. The most dangerous ones are labelled Potentially Hazardous Asteroids, PHAs, which NASA watches closely. All told, PHAs number over 1,400 as of 2013. Obviously, NASA telemetry has escalated ...NewsBlaze, 1 month ago
Getty The Black Death may have been triggered by asteroid impact The devastating Black Death which killed hundreds of millions of people in the 14th century may have been triggered by an asteroid impact, scientists have sensationally claimed. ...Sott.net, 2 months ago
Students from area U.S. military base schools clicked and slid their way through complex math problems for the annual soroban competition Wednesday. Ash Carter made brief stops at air bases in Japan and South Korea on Thursdsay as he continued his ...Stars and Stripes, 1 week ago
SOTT Exclusive: Mass whale beaching in Japan is a reminder of earth changing events surrounding the 2011 earthquake and tsunami
AFP Photo/Toshifumi Kitamura Local government officers stand beside melon-headed whales washed up on the shore of Hokota, northeast of Tokyo, April 10, 2015 156 melon-headed whales, also known as electra dolphins, were reported to have been ...Sott.net, 1 month ago
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