In the Space Agency of the United States said that they intend to send the inhabitants of our planet to the surface of the asteroid. To achieve the desired result we need the asteroid need, literally, to tow the orbit of the moon. The assistant ... RIN.ru, 2 days ago
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The first detailed scientific results from the Rosetta space mission, which successfully orbited a comet and soft-landed a robotic probe on its surface, have punctured a plausible theory about how the Earth became a blue planet. Scientists had ...Times of India, 1 week ago Rosetta reveals asteroids not comets brought water to Earth New Zealand Herald, 1 week ago Wake-Up Call Coming for Comet Lander National Geographic, 2 days ago
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The subtly namedLego Research Institute set ended up being quite the topic of discussion in 2014. Designed by a Lego fan, it won support from other Lego enthusiasts before Lego finally stepped up and decided to produce the set for retail. What makes ...CNET.co.uk, 2 days ago
The most likely cause of the demise of dinosaurs was a huge asteroid that smacked what became Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, causing massive destruction, disrupting normal weather patterns and the food chain. The huge animals died out as food became ...Forbes.com, 2 days ago
SAN FRANCISCO—An asteroid-mining company has unveiled plans for a new mothership spacecraft designed to carry a dozen small probes to explore asteroids, comets, or even the moon. The mothership, designed by Deep Space Industries, is about 3 feet ...Wired News, 3 days ago
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MELBOURNE, Fla. — A meeting this week will determine what kind of asteroid astronauts might take a chisel to in a decade or so, if NASA succeeds in capturing such a target for human exploration missions. Associate NASA Administrator Robert ...USA Today, 5 days ago
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