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Queensland Meteor Questions Efficacy of Near-Earth Asteroid Monitoring System

Queensland Meteor Questions Efficacy of Near-Earth Asteroid Mo...

A meteor reportedly hit Queensland last Monday lighting up the sky; residents even reported hearing a loud bang that could mean the space rock hit the ground. (Photo : NASA/) Is Earth really safe from space debris? And does the planet have ..., 3 weeks ago

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FACT SHEET: Data by the People, for the People — Eight Years of Progress Opening Government Data to Spur Innovation, Opportunity, & Economic Growth

Washington, DC On his first full day in office, President Obama issued the Transparency and Open Government memorandum , making clear that his Administration was committed to creating an unprecedented level of openness, and fostering a sense of ...
 The White House3 weeks ago

NASA Creates Software to Keep Tabs on Killer Asteroids

The program can identify asteroids likely tohit the Earth, automatically calculating the path and impact ofcelestial bodies, according toresearchers. "Some near-Earth asteroids are […] potentially hazardous toEarth and their properties need ...
 Sputnik1 month ago Incoming! New Warning System Tracks Potentially Dangerous Asteroids  Space.com1 month ago NASA launches 'Scout' to detect dangerous asteroids; Daily Minor Planet to educate people  Hngn.com4 weeks ago

A small asteroid buzzed Earth Wednesday, but everything's cool

The asteroid can be seen moving near the middle. VT/Masi If the Earth were a person, it might have felt a sudden wind rustling its hair when a small asteroid whizzed past the planet on Wednesday. The asteroid, saddled with the name 2016 RB1, is ... month ago
The Verge

NASA's Trip to an Asteroid Could Reveal the Origins of Lifeon Earth

Image: NASA Tomorrow night, an asteroid-bound mission will launch towards a shadowy space rock, Bennu. There, it will scoop up a bit of dirt and deliver it back to us, all without ever attempting a landing. It's not just any dirt, though. Bound up ...
 Gizmodo1 month ago NASA is about to launch a spacecraft to an asteroid to learn more about life on Earth  The Verge1 month ago NASA robot may find 'clues to origin of life' on near-Earth asteroid [VIDEO]  Russia Today1 month ago

Water: Why the Future of Mankind Hinges on Desalination

Submitted by Wall St. Daily as part of our contributors program More than 70% of Earth is covered with water. But more than 95% of that is infused with salt. We need more of the potable variety. What do we do when weve pushed Mother Nature to the ...
 Trefis1 week ago

Our Spaceflight Heritage: NASA turns 58

Earthrise as seen by the crew of Apollo 11 in July of 1969. Photo Credit: NASA In 1958, Congress passed the National Aeronautics and Space Act, which created the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, a new civilian agency. NASA was a ...
 SpaceFlight Insider3 weeks ago NASA spacecraft blasts off to collect asteroid dust  Rappler1 month ago NASA set to launch first asteroid dust-retrieval mission (AFP)  Yahoo! News Australia1 month ago NASA Is Collaborating With China In The Weakest Way Possible  Daily Caller3 weeks ago
Tech Times

NASA Sounding Rocket Program Solves One X-Ray Mystery, Uncovers Another

Advertisement NASA's Sounding Rocket Program has confirmed where X-rays around Earth come from, settling a decades-old debate, but also identified another X-ray group from an unknown source. In a study published in the Astrophysical Journal , ...
 Tech Times1 month ago
Civil Beat

Civil Geeks: Aviation Museum Tackles Astronomy

The Pacific Aviation Museum program allows students to fly higher than the Earth's atmosphere through photography. Adjacent to the World War II fighter jets at the Pacific Aviation Museum is a classroom not many visitors know even exists. The ...
 Civil Beat1 month ago

Earth vulnerable to major asteroid strike, White House scientist warns

The panel, which was closed to the media, was comprised of Dr. Michele Gates, program director for ARM; Charles Bolden, administrator of NASA; and John Holdren, director of the White House's Office of Science and Technology Policy. According to ...
 Equilibrio Informativo1 month ago
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