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  • NASA's own 'Armageddon': Space agency to use nukes to destroy incoming asteroids
    NASA's own 'Armageddon': Space agency to use nukes to destroy incoming asteroids
    Hollywood may have gotten it right for once: Just like in the space action-adventure flick "Armageddon," NASA is considering a plan that would entail actually usually nuclear weapons to defend the Earth against incoming "killer"...
  • NASA's proposes nuclear weapons to save Earth from End of Days
    NASA's plan to save Earth from 'Doomsday' space rock: Nuclear weapons
    New information suggests the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has an ambitious plan for any potential Doomsday scenario from a killer asteroid or comet: Nuke the space rock.It sounds like a chapter borrowed from Mimi Leder...
  • Where did asteroids come from
    Where did asteroids come from
    The question is : Where did asteroids come from? According to secular astronomers asteroids are remnants of our solar system being formed. Others say that a planet between Mars and Jupiter exploded. But I believe the Bible has a plausible answer...
  • The House passes the Space Act covering commercial space mining
    The House passes the Space Act covering commercial space mining
    The Washington Post noted on Friday that the House has passed the Space Act, a bill that sets out the regulatory regime for commercial space mining activities. Congress has dealt with this matter before, ever since the Challenger accident alerted...
  • Exo-asteroid study proves water on Earth came from asteroids
    Exo-asteroid study proves water on Earth came from asteroids
    Asteroids and comets are the most likely source of Earth’s water according to the discovery of an asteroid that was rich in water near a white dwarf star that is 33,900 light-years away from Earth. The water that was originally in the...
  • rare quadruple rainbow
    Our skies in review for last week April 2015
    Quadruple rainbow caught in Long Island skyFantastic and beautiful was the sighting caught by Amanda Curtis in Glen Cove New York at the IRR station when she spotted the rare quadruple rainbow on her camera. Curtis is CEO of 19th Amendment and was...
  • Asteroid in White Dwarf System
    Conference of space experts hopes to find a way to save Earth from asteroids
    For most, asteroids probably seem like a distant danger; even the ones that are considered Near Earth Objects don’t often come much closer than 100,000 miles. However, a group of scientists and space experts gathered at the International...
  • Curved gullies on Vesta
    Water on Vesta? Gullies suggest wet debris flows in the past, study finds
    The Dawn spacecraft is now very close to the dwarf planet Ceres, but there are some interesting new findings from its previous visit to the asteroid Vesta. Curved gullies on its surface suggest that small amounts of water may have once been...
  •  Old nukes seen as an irreplaceable national asset
    Old nukes seen as an irreplaceable national asset
    The US National Nuclear Security Administration (which administers atomic weapons) has concluded that some old warheads are just too valuable to destroy. No, not for use against Russia or ISIL, or any other terrestial threat, but to protect the...
  • #Lootcrate September 2014 (Galactic): Star Wars Exclusive Retro Arcade Magnet
    #Lootcrate September 2014 (Galactic): Star Wars Exclusive Retro Arcade Magnet
    Loot Crate is a monthly service in which you receive geek-friendly merchandise at a discount, grouped around a particular theme. This month’s theme was galactic, which is code for "sci-fi." Every Loot Crate seems to always have an...
  • Asteroid collision around Sun-like star NGC 2547-ID8
    Astronomers witness asteroid smash-up around Sun-like star
    Solar systems, including ours, are thought to begin as massive clouds of dust and gas surrounding young stars; over billions of years, planets form from repeated impacts of rocky debris. Asteroids and comets are left-over chunks of debris from...
  • Beware of the space Beast
    Beware of the space Beast
    The asteroid 2014 HQ124,aka “The Beast” is expected to flyby Earth tonight at about 1:56 am at a rate of up to 31,000 mph (17 times faster than a shot from a high-speed rifle). Estimated to be around 1,100 feet in diameter, the mammoth...
  • NASA budget $40 million yearly seeking asteroid threats
    NASA budget $40 million yearly seeking asteroid threats
    NASA/JPL budgets about $40 million annually for asteroid detection by their Near-Earth Object (NEO) Program. Since so few asteroids land on earth, it is difficult to accurately predict where they will fall, and there is little that can be done to...
  • Chariklo and rings
    Surprise discovery: rings around an asteroid
    When it comes to planetary rings, what do you think of? Saturn is the first obvious thing that comes to mind, with its famous majestic ring system surrounding the gas giant planet. The other gas and ice giants – Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune ...
  • NASA asteroid capture mission
    NASA seeking ideas to make asteroid capture mission a reality
    NASA is seeking proposals from advanced concept research studies in order to help make ambitions into reality in regards to the agency's ambitious asteroid capture mission. The general plan: launch a satellite into space and use it to capture...
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