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Football-Shaped Asteroid of Love, Eros, Is Tumbling Past Earth
February 05, 2012
The near-Earth Asteroid 433 Eros, so named upon its 1898 discovery on the same night, August 13, by Gustav Witt in Berlin and Auguste Charlois at Nice, is the first asteroid to be ...
It’s a Bus … It’s a Plane … It’s Super-Rock!
January 27, 2012
An asteroid the size of a bus cruised past Earth at a distance of about 36,000 miles on Friday January 25 with no incident...
Indian Country Today Media Network's Top 10 Stories of 2011
December 19, 2011
Indian Country Today Media Network is looking back on the year that was 2011 throughout a variety of posts...
Geminid Meteor Shower: Keep Your Eyes Peeled for Fireballs Dec. 13-14
December 14, 2011
Just before the moon rises on December 13, and just after it sets on the 14th, and even during the hours between, the celestially inclined are invited to train their eyes on the sk...
Asteroid Shoots Between Earth and Moon
November 08, 2011
YU55, the asteroid that's flying between the earth and the moon today, is named after the year it was discovered...
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