The meteor that exploded over Chelyabinsk, Russia in February 2013 was "a wake-up call," according to a University of California, Davis scientist who participated in analyzing the event. The work is published Nov. 7 in the journal Science by an ... Brightsurf Science News, 1 month ago
Chelyabinsk meteor serves as wake-up call to scientists - Abu Dhabi National, 3 weeks ago
Chelyabinsk meteor servs as wake-up call to scientists - Abu Dhabi National, 3 weeks ago
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Chunks of rock fall from space all the time, some of them big enough to do a fair amount of damage. Most of the time, however, nobody's the wiser: the vast majority of Earth's surface is ocean, desert or wilderness, so even a good-sized meteorite ...Time, 1 month ago
Scientists studying the terrifying meteor that exploded without warning over a Russian city last winter say the threat of space rocks smashing into Earth is bigger than they thought. Meteors about the size of the one that streaked through the sky ...Emirates247, 1 month ago Threat of catastrophic meteor hit larger than first thought New York Post, 1 month ago Explainer: What Have Scientists Learned From The Chelyabinsk Meteor? Radio Free Europe, 1 month ago Risk of space rocks hitting Earth greater than we thought: Scientists Metro Canada, 1 month ago
Undated handout photo issued by University of California of the main mass of the Chelyabinsk fall at the Chelyabinsk State Museum of Local History shortly after recovery from Chebarkul Lake. Photograph: PA The threat of space rocks smashing into ...Irish Times, 1 month ago Talk Show Host Says Chelyabinsk Meteorite Was Punishment for Homosexuality Moscow Times, 3 weeks ago Chelyabinsk meteor phenomenon may repeat itself sooner, rather than later Voice of Russia, 1 month ago Activist Plans Protest Amid Outrage Over Talk Show Host's Homophobic Meteor Comments Moscow Times, 3 weeks ago
Call it astronomy by YouTube. Unprecedented social media documentation of a small asteroid exploding over a Russian city earlier this year has taught scientists much more about how — and how often — such spectacular events happen. In one of ...Huffington Post Canada, 1 month ago Russian Meteor Blast 'A Warning For Earth' Sky News, 1 month ago Revealed: Secrets of the dash-cam meteorite that rocked Russia ArsTechnica, 1 month ago Earth at Higher Risk of Asteroid Impact, Russian Meteor Explosion Reveals Yahoo! News, 1 month ago
Human rights, Mass media, Russia A Russian TV host has made quite a peculiar remark linking the Chelyabinsk meteorite and the country's gay movement. Russia's LGBT community reacted angrily and asked prosecutors to check the host's show for hate ...Russia Today, 3 weeks ago Gays caused Chelyabinsk meteorite Russian LGBT community accuses TV show of hate speech Big News Network, 3 weeks ago
10:10, Space & Earth/Space Exploration The asteroid impact that burst over Chelyabinsk, Russia, on the morning of February 15 has provided a huge collection of new data that scientists have been analysing since. This week, three papers, two in ...PhysOrg.com, 2 weeks ago Chelyabinsk Fireball Provides Insight into Space Collisions Astrobiology Magazine, 1 month ago Insight into Space Collisions from Chelyabinsk Fireball SpaceRef, 2 months ago Russian Meteor Explosion Might Mean Earth Gets Hit More Often Than We Think Wired News, 2 months ago
This photograph of the meteor streaking through the sky above Chelyabinsk, Russia, on February 15, 2013, was taken by a local, M. Ahmetvaleev. Washington — A team of NASA and international scientists for the first time have gathered a detailed ...US Embassy Paraguay: Asuncion, 4 weeks ago NASA team uncovers new data on Chelyabinsk meteoroid Gizmag, 4 weeks ago NASA reveals its research on Chelyabinsk Meteorite TopNews New Zealand, 1 month ago Scientists reveals the full power of the Chelyabinsk meteor explosion Gulf News, 1 month ago
Researchers have designed a smartphone app that sends back information to users about their meteor sightings. Called Fireballs in the Sky, it was developed by a team at Curtin University in Australia. The app can return details on what created the ...BBC, 2 weeks ago
U.S. scientists believe that an attempt to repeat Russia's failed Fobos-Grunt (Phobos Ground) project could be highly beneficial. The surface of the Martian satellite Phobos is covered with fragments of the Red Planet. If the Russian space vehicle ...Pravda, 4 weeks ago
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