Extremely Bright Meteor Lit Up the Skies Above Europe

Numerous people have reported to experts that a gigantic meteor swiped through the atmosphere above the northern side of Europe, with the explosion sufficiently massive to be spotted from the…

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NASA Announces Another Asteroid Flyby Expected This Week

NASA has announced that an asteroid labeled as ‘potentially hazardous’ will pass by Earth this week. These ‘near-Earth objects,’ also known as NEOs, have to get to a certain distance…

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Hayabusa2 Shot The Near-Earth Asteroid Ryugu With A Cannonball

Hyabusa2 is the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency’s spacecraft. It recently shot a copper cannonball, measuring a tennis ball, into a near-Earth asteroid, dubbed as Asteroid Ryugu. The scientists performed such…

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Hayabusa-2’s Camera Depicts Ryugu as Being Porous Inside

The already famed asteroid Ryugu has a reportedly porous inner structure, as per analyses made by the Hayabusa-2 probe that landed on the space rock. The mission is led by…

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Asteroid Impact Threat: Scientists Often Keep An Eye On The Wrong Space Rock

“It was a totally inconsequential occasion – a fortuitous astronomical event,” said Dante Lauretta about February 15, 2013. It was an important day when astronomers paid attention to the wrong…

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