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  • New meteor shower event will be able to be seen in Colorado tonight
    New meteor shower event will be able to be seen in Colorado tonight
    Earth will pass through the orbit of a comet named LINEAR late tonight or early Saturday morning on May 23-24.It is deemed a rare astronomical event due to the fact that it is the first time Earth will encounter the debris field of this particular...
  • Comet ISON didn't break up
    Comet ISON survived from being roasted by the sun
    When Russian astronomers detected the ‘virgin’ Comet ISON in September 2012, the world was hoping for something a little bit special. But no comet is the same and the nature of ‘dirty snowballs’ is rarely predictable.In a...
  • ISON skirting death near sun
    Of burning comets and the blinking out of species
    All the news was worry and speculation about comet ISON as it skimmed the melting corona of the sun. Was ISON alive or did it die a premature, heart-wrenching death, this dirty ball of ice that had captured the hearts and imaginations of both...
  • Comets! Dirty Snowballs on Parade?
    Comets! Dirty Snowballs on Parade?
    Comets have fascinated and frightened people on this planet for centuries. Much like solar and lunar eclipses, they caused the powers that be (priests, shamans, soothsayers, etc.) to either tremble in fear, make dire warnings or seize the moment...
  • Comet Lovejoy Visits November 2013 Skies
    Comet Lovejoy Visits November Skies To Accompany the Leonid Meteor Shower
    Besides the much-anticipated Comet ISON (C/2012 S1), yet another celestial traveler is now the brightest comet in November 2013 skies ----- Comet Lovejoy (C/2013 R1). Comet Lovejoy was discovered only recently, this past September 2013, and it is...
  • Ison
    Will Comet Ison Bring in the Biblical Apocalypse?
    On November 27th, 2013, a day before Thanksgiving, comet Ison will be closest to the earth and will be seen in full view in the Western sky. With its long, impressive tail expected to span from one end of the earth to the other, its sure to put on...
  • Evidence of comet strike: First comet hit Earth in Egypt 28 million years ago
    Evidence of comet strike: First comet hit Earth in Egypt 28 million years ago
    The first evidence of a comet strike on Earth was uncovered in Egypt, according to an Oct. 9 MSN News report. The unusual black pebble, named "Hypatia," found years ago in Egypt has finally been determined to be a piece of the nucleus of...
  • First Evidence of Comet Striking Earth Discovered in Pebble Named Hypatia
    First Evidence of Comet Striking Earth Discovered
    The extinction of the dinosaurs brought to the forefront the idea of celestial bodies -- such as meteorites -- impacting the Earth's surface. Now a group of scientists has reported definitive evidence of a comet colliding with our planet.The...
  • Kebira Crater.
    First comet strike on Earth verified
    Professor David Block of Wits University, Professor Jan Kramers of the University of Johannesburg, Dr. Marco Andreoli of the South African Nuclear Energy Corporation, and Chris Harris of the University of Cape Town published conclusive evidence of...
  • Dramatic plumes, both large and small, spray water ice out from many locations along the famed "tiger stripes" near the southpole of Saturn's moon Enceladus.
    New study finds amino acids can be made anywhere in the universe
    Dr. Zita Martins, from the Department of Earth Science and Engineering at Imperial College London, Dr. Mark Price, from the University of Kent, and colleagues at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory published new evidence that claims amino acid...
  • Using a binocular microscope, Dartmouth geochemist Mukul Sharma examines impact-derived spherules that he and his colleagues regard as evidence of a climate-altering meteor or comet impact 12,900 years ago.
    Research: Younger Dryas period began with Canadian meteor
    Dartmouth Professor Mukul Sharma and his team reported the discovery of the first conclusive evidence linking an extraterrestrial impact event in Canada with the beginning of the Younger Dryas period in the Sept. 2, 2013, edition of the journal...
  • Perseus's Falling Stars
    Perseus's Falling Stars
    There is an old children’s rhyme that goes, “Star Light,” Star Bright,” first star I see tonight. It is an amazing thing to see a “falling star” suddenly streak across the sky. Anyone that has a clear sky and...
  • Most likely date for the Global Flood
    Global flood astronomical date range
    Dr. Walt Brown, nearly three months ago, announced an astronomical fix for the Global Flood. When he did that, he provoked the precise sort of debate scientists ought to have. Brown, with his customary boldness, challenged anyone who doubted him: ...
  • Comet ISON Hubble photo compilation
    Comet ISON Hubble photo stuns with distant galaxies in background
    NASA stitched together five Hubble photos of the Comet ISON to give the world a peek at what is coming later this year when the so-called comet of the century will zoom into the inner solar system, according to a July 26 Yahoo report.Of the...
  • Comet ISON
    New comet to appear by end of summer
    Go ahead and mark your calendar now for Sunday, November 28, 2013; there will be a new comet making an appearance, predicted to be one of the greatest in history - even brighter than Hale-Bopp, which appeared in 1997. This new comet has been named...