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Cape in asteroid tsunami zone

Cape in asteroid tsunami zone

Cape Town's coastline could be hit by a major tsunami if an asteroid risk map just released has it right. The map, which combines data on population density with data on where asteroids would most likely hit, came about after software was ... Times Live South Africa, 2 days ago

Asteroid impact should we be concerned?

The meteor trail seen above an apartment block in Chelyabinsk on February 15th 2013 By Will Goodbody, Science & Technology Correspondent In February 2013 a 20 metre wide 7,000 ton piece of space dirt unexpectedly ripped across the skies above ...
 RTE Online4 days ago Scientists in Russia Create 3D Model of 2013 Chelyabinsk Meteor  Sputnik2 days ago
The Press NZ

Don't worry about asteroids

The End. Finis. Kaput. We grapple with peril, but the threats that frighten us - terrorism, epidemics, earthquakes - are not existential; none is capable of killing everyone, everywhere. An asteroid impact, on the other hand, could render us ...
 The Press NZ2 days ago Stand down, Bruce: No need to worry about asteroids hitting the earth  Stuff.co.nz3 days ago
PBS

NASA's mission to vacuum on the asteroid Bennu

This artist's rendering illustrates the spacecraft OSIRIS-REx, which will extend its robotic arm, TAGSAM, to vacuum up a sample from the asteroid Bennu. Photo by National Aeronautics and Space Administration Today is National Asteroid Day, and to ...
 Austin American Statesman3 days ago How do you vacuum an asteroid traveling 63,000 mph?  PBS3 days ago
Cyber Parse

Are We At Risk Of Asteroid Armageddon?

A team of scientists and astronauts is campaigning for more research into the detection of asteroids on the anniversary of a strike that devastated an 800-mile area. In 1908, a space rock smashed into forest in Tunguska, Siberia, and took out an ...
 Sky News3 days ago
Space News

Asteroid Redirect Mission To Redirect Asteroid, After All

WASHINGTON — NASA has at last confirmed something that seemed implicit until it was not: That redirectinganasteroid sample to lunar orbit is indeed the goal of the agency's proposed Asteroid Redirect Mission (ARM). Asked here during a June 29 ...
 Space News3 days ago
Irish Independent

World Asteroid Day: 'Figure out what a life is worth' - Astronomer warns asteroids could kill...

A "global movement to protect Earth from asteroids" is what Asteroid Day is all about - but are we really at any risk? Yes, according to US-based astronomer Scott Manley who maintains that potential contributors to the "cause" need to "figure out ...
 Irish Independent3 days ago

Call for investment in asteroid research...

A group of leading international scientists is calling for a significant increase in investment by governments in research into asteroids which could potentially threaten Earth. Their call comes on the first annual "World Asteroid Day". On ...
 RTE Online3 days ago
NBCNews.com

Asteroid Day Takes Aim at the World's Cosmic Blind Spot

Scientists and spacefliers will be focusing attention on near-Earth objects when the first-ever Asteroid Day plays out on Tuesday — not so much to raise money, but to raise awareness about the potential threat from above and what to do about it. ...
 NBCNews.com4 days ago

Asteroid Impact

What it takes to ready the globe for an
 Northern Territory News6 days ago
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