Will an Asteroid Hit Earth in 2022?

kiss your family hug them NASA, other space agencies, astronomers and even hobbyists spend a lot of time on searching the sky for these so-called near Earth objects (NEOs). They try to deduce their orbit as accurately as possible. Astronomers then rank the objects by impact probability and put them onto a list. You can […]

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Dark Storm on Neptune Reverses Direction, Possibly Shedding a Fragment… Photo of the week

Astronomers using NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope watched a mysterious dark vortex on Neptune abruptly steer away from a likely death on the giant blue planet. The storm, which is wider than the Atlantic Ocean, was born in the planet’s northern hemisphere and discovered by Hubble in 2018. Observations a year later showed that it began drifting […]

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Alien life Is Out There. But Our Theories Are Steering Us Away from It. | Live Science

If we discovered evidence of alien life, would we even realize it? Life on other planets could be so different from what we’re used to that we might not recognize any biological signatures that it produces. Recent years have seen changes to our theories about what counts as a biosignature and which planets might be habitable, and further turnarounds are […]

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Aurora, Meet Airglow

“Aurora, Meet Airglow” Two of Earth’s most colorful upper atmospheric phenomena, aurora and airglow, met just before dawn in this photo shot by an astronaut on the International Space Station (ISS). Wavy green, red-topped wisps of aurora borealis appear to intersect the muted red-yellow band of airglow as the ISS passed just south of the Alaskan Peninsula. […]

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Black hole the size of a grapefruit lurking at the edges of our solar system ‘could be Planet X’- Technology News, Firstpost

Scientists are now trying to figure out if a grapefruit-sized blackhole actually lurks at the fringes of our outer solar system. In the last few years, researchers have noticed an odd clustering of multiple trans-Neptunian objects (TNOs), which are found in the far outer solar system… MORE ABOUT THIS ARTICLE IN THE LINK BELOW… https://www.firstpost.com/tech/science/black-hole-the-size-of-a-grapefruit-could-be-planet-x-is-lurking-in-the-outer-edges-of-the-solar-system-8594001.html

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