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For the public, the comet could have made for a spectacular view in December. For scientists, it would have been a chance to learn more about these mysterious bodies...Stardust mission returned to Earth with the first samples collected directly from
Space enthusiast, and anyone who sees a meteor or fireball, now have a free app that will help researchers better understand these objects entering Earth's atmosphere. And now that Comet ISON's millions of pieces have slowed down, a
Dawn spacecraft when it approaches the dwarf planet Ceres in late January 2015. Not surprisingly, the time-table is packed with activities the space probe has to cover to fulfil its mission of studying the two biggest objects of the asteroid belt,
While it sounds like science fiction (and has figured into the story line of any number of Hollywood hits), it is now science without the fiction...Some of them may be on a collision course with a neighborhood near you...It used to be understandable
25 Washington: A new research has revealed that smaller asteroids could cause bigger problems. A physicist is now getting a chance to test his theories and simulations in a real-life event that changes the course of his scientific life.
23 Washington: A scientist has claimed to have found the reason behind surfaces of most asteroids appearing redder than meteorites-the remnants of asteroids that have crashed to Earth. In 2010, Richard Binzel, a professor of planetary sciences at
Leading scientists will push the boundary of studies on deflecting asteroids and manipulating space debris under a new programme of Britain's University of Strathclyde that aims to protect the earth from catastrophic impacts.
BY SILVER P. COMILA NASA, with the use of the Hubble Space telescope recently saw an asteroid strangely appearing to have multiple rotating tails last Thursday. Astronomers saw the asteroid between Mars and Jupiter which has half a
The Hubble Space Telescope has discovered a six-tailed asteroid in the asteroid belt between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter...Incredibly, the comet-like tails change shape as the asteroid sheds dust...A research team led by the University of
The finding has left them scratching their heads and searching for an explanation for the strange asteroid's out-of-this-world appearance...Department of Physics and Astronomy, said. "We were dumbfounded when we saw it. Amazingly, its tail structures