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Extra Solar Asteroid STRIKE: Oumuamua astronomer claims that Exoplanet object hit Earth in 2014 | Science | news

When the interstellar object Oumuamua was discovered in 2017, it sent shockwaves through astronomy. Oumuamua's strange cigar shape and its origins from another solar system were unlike anything ever seen before. The professor at Harvard University, Abraham Loeb, suggested that the interstellar object could be an alien probe. And after an incredible discovery, Professor Loeb was back in the news …

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Asteroid WARNING: Humankind must destroy the earth from the monstrous asteroid attack FLEE | Science | news

Plans for Asgardia, a planned space-based nation independent of any country on Earth, were unveiled in 2016. It includes "the nation itself, which creates its own legal framework, its flag and other symbols of the nation" with the project. Developed from there, according to the team behind the idea. Well, the leaders of the ambitious project emphasize that creating a …

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NASA Asteroid Tracker: 26,500MPH Asteroid Will Become Tomorrow at SCRAPE Earth Science | news

The asteroid, baptized by NASA Asteroid 2019 GN, passes Earth on a so-called "Earth Close Approach" flight path. NASA's asteroid trackers predict that the space rock will fly over Earth in the early hours of Saturday, April 13th. NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) astronomers have reduced the flyby to 2:08 am British time (1,08 am UTC). This moment marks the …

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Hayabusa2 fires an anti-tank warhead in Asteroid Ryugu

Last week, the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) threw an explosive warhead onto the surface of 162173 Ryugu Asteroid. You might think that this was the opening line of a fully read science fiction novel, but that's absolutely true. The operation began on April 4, when the Hayabusa2 spacecraft sent its Small Carry-on Impactor (SCI) to the surface of Ryugu …

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Japan was bombarding an asteroid in our solar system, for science

Japan's space agency announced that it had dropped a small bomb on an asteroid on Friday as part of its mission to better understand the history of the solar system. The Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) said its Hayabusa2 spacecraft detonated copper explosives, also known as Small Carry-On Inspector (SCI), on Friday at Ryugu's Augoiden. The SCI weighs about 2 …

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A self-propelled spacecraft can help save the Earth from asteroid collisions

Europe's next asteroid mission, which could launch in 2023, will rely on the same navigation technology as self-driving cars. According to the Greek goddess of marriage called "Hera", this planned planetary defense mission would informal the 2,580 foot (780 meter) asteroid 65803 Didymos and its tiny satellite, a 525 foot (160 m) object nicknamed "Didymoon". While deep-space missions normally use …

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The Japanese spaceship Hayabusa2 successfully "bombards" an asteroid

This computer graphics provided by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) shows Ryugu and the asteroid researcher Hayabusa2. (JAXA via AP) The Japanese space probe Hayabusa2 has successfully "bombarded" the asteroid Ryugu in the name of scientific research. The Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) said a small blasting box shot down a bullet the size of a baseball striking the …

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NASA's asteroid sample shot Bennu with a laser, and this is the result

NASA's OSIRIS-REx mission has been steadily progressing since the spacecraft arrived at the diamond-shaped space rock known as Bennu a few months ago. The rock ends up being far more , well, dirty than NASA originally expected. Bennu's surface is ready to be dropped on NASA's team that's ready to take a look at the asteroid to collect samples. Related …

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Japan spacecraft drops explosive on asteroid to make crater

The Hayabusa-2 sample deployed a Small Carry-on Impactor (SCI) – a device packed with plastic explosive – intended to blast an artificial crater in the asteroid, Ryugu. (Photo by Seiji Sugita / JAXA) The Hayabusa-2 sample deployed a Small Carry-on Impactor (SCI) – a device packed with plastic explosive – intended to blast an artificial crater in the asteroid, Ryugu. …

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NASA Warning: The Eruption of a Supervolcan Can Lead to the Extinction of Humanity, Not an Asteroid World | news

A NASA thought experiment entitled "Defending Human Civilization from the Pre-Bulk Eruptions" claims that a supervolcano eruption is more likely to occur in the future than an asteroid that hits the earth, according to the Daily Star. It says, "Super volcanic eruptions occur more frequently than large asteroid or cometary impacts, which are equally catastrophic to human civilization." Researchers at …

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