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Bad asteroid science? Former Microsoft exec says NASA data is full of errors.

Asteroids that whizz by Earth can be dangerous. NASA is trying to identify and track asteroids in an effort to predict and possibly deflect potential future impacts. But an outsider is criticizing their calculations. This artist's rendering shows an ...
 Christian Science Monitor42 minutes ago NASA identifies 8 potentially hazardous asteroids near Earth  MSN India1 month ago Bad science? Former Microsoft exec accuses NASA of statistical errors  Christian Science Monitor1 day ago
Science World Report

NASA, ex-Microsoft technologist lock horns over asteroid data

New York, May 25 (IANS) NASA's asteroid data is flawed and is full of errors, says former Microsoft chief technologist Nathan Myhrvold in a study -- a claim that NASA scientists believe does not hold water. In the study titled 'Asteroid thermal ...
 Yahoo! India6 hours ago NASA's data on asteroids may be way off, new billionaire study finds  Before It's News1 hour ago NASA Accused Of Flawed Asteroid Mission By Former Microsoft Executive  Science World Report5 hours ago Tech Billionaire Slams NASA's Asteroid Missions Over 'Flawed' Statistics  Tech Times7 hours ago

New NASA Budget Would Cut Manned Asteroid Mission But Fund Journey To Alpha Centauri

Spare a thought for some of the scientists at NASA. Every year, it seems like the goalposts are being moved. And with a new President set to be elected later this year, there will surely be yet anothershake-up for the agency soon. That's ...
 IFLScience2 hours ago US House Bill: 'End Asteriod Mission, Moon Is Better Temporary Destination'  Science World Report5 hours ago House bill increases NASA planetary spending, but cuts off Asteroid Redirect Mission  Space News1 day ago U.S. Lawmakers Want To Kill NASA's Mission To Send Astronauts To An Asteroid  Popular Science1 day ago
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Science and technology, general / Science News, "Story of dinos die-off not a simple tale: dinosaurs numbers were already dwindling before asteroid hit."

Neither a giant asteroid nor a gradual die-out can take full blame for dinosaurs' demise. Rather, the culprit may be both, two new studies suggest. Tens of millions of years before the asteroid delivered its killer blow some 66 million years ago, ...
 EnvironmentGuru.com5 hours ago Drilling for dino clues  The Hindu2 days ago Hunting secrets of asteroid that wiped out dinosaurs  New Zealand Herald2 days ago Raiding the 66 million-year-old crater holding the secrets of the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs  The Telegraph UK2 days ago

Lasers Could Blast Astronauts to Mars, Protect Earth from Asteroids

The same laser system being developed to blast tiny spacecraft between the stars could also launch human missions to Mars, protect Earth from dangerous asteroids and help get rid of space junk, project leaders say. Last month, famed physicist ...
 Space.com4 hours ago Mega tsunami evidence found on mars  MSN UK5 days ago Asteroid spotters see exomars spacecraft heading on journey towards Mars  The Telegraph UK2 months ago Evidence Of Ancient Tsunamis On Mars  EnvironmentGuru.com11 hours ago

NASA's Dawn Spacecraft Sends back Pictures Of Vesta Asteroid

According to NASA scientists, 'ingredients' of life like organic molecules may be found on asteroids. Such matter were found on meteorites and comets that is why they are working very hard to get samples from asteroids and bring them back to Earth. ...
 NatureWorldNews.com2 days ago A New Evidence Of Giant Asteroid Found In Australia  NatureWorldNews.com2 days ago Mars, Earth, sun line up perfectly in sky this weekend  Equilibrio Informativo4 days ago New clues about ancient asteroid strike  EarthSky5 days ago
Christian Science Monitor

Evidence of humongous asteroid unearthed in Australia

Scientists studying some of the oldest known layers of sediment on the globe have found evidence of one of the biggest asteroid impacts ever to blight the Earth's surface. An image of tiny glass beads known as spherules found in the Earth's sediment ...
 Christian Science Monitor6 days ago Biggest Asteroid Ever Unearthed: Evidence Of Alien Rocks Found In Australia  Counsel & Heal5 days ago Evidence of huge asteroid unearthed in Australia  Christian Science Monitor1 week ago Evidence of enormous asteroid unearthed in Australia  Christian Science Monitor1 week ago
MSN India

Jupiter May Be Hit by a Half-Dozen Visible Asteroid Impacts Every Year

The March 2016 impact on Jupiter got nearly as bright as Jupiter's moons as seen from Earth. G. Kernbauer, J. McKeon, S. Voltmer In 1994 , Jupiter was pummeled by the repeated impacts of the comet Shoemaker-Levy 9. The comet had been caught ...
 Slate Magazine2 days ago How Often Do Asteroids Hit Jupiter?  MSN India1 month ago

Devastating asteroid impact discovered

 CNN6 days ago Scientists Discover Asteroid Strike That Would Have Made 'Cliffs Crumble'  Huffington Post UK1 week ago Scientists discover massive ancient asteroid strike  Red Orbit1 week ago After Review, Massive Superstructure Found By Kepler Telescope is Alien (Video)  Before It's News1 week ago
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