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NASA Just Announced that an Olympic Pool Size Massive Asteroid has a 1 in 625 Chance of Striking Earth in 2046
NASA revealed that a newly discovered massive asteroid has a one in 625 chance of slamming into Earth in 2046. The asteroid is named 2023 DW and was first discovered on February 27. Astronomers closely...
Alpha Centauri
Why Space Agencies Will Send Humans to Alpha Centauri in the Future, And First Attempt may be coming sooner than expected
If we must spread life across the Universe, we need to find out how to send humans outside the solar system to another star system. Alpha Centauri, which is the closest star system to Earth is one of the...
Milky Way and Andromeda Collision
Milky Way and Andromeda Collision Is Closer Than Ever Imagined, Here’s When And How They Will Collide According To New Studies
The milky way is one out of trillions of galaxies that made up the observable universe. These galaxies are categorized into several types including spiral, irregular, elliptical, and peculiar galaxies....
How NASA Astronaut Captures this stunning photo of auroras covering Earth from the International Space Station
Auroras often add extra beauty to Earth’s sky whenever they occur. But have you imagined what auroras covering earth look like from space? To provide humans with a satisfactory view of auroras from space,...
Supernova explosion
Astronomers catch a rare view of the oldest known supernova explosion, which dates back to the Year 185 AD
Supernova explosions are one of the most fascinating cosmic events that take place in the universe. Astronomers recently used the Dark Energy Camera built to study dark matter to capture a rare glimpse...
Astronomical event
Venus and Jupiter Will Get So Close that they Nearly Kissed in Earth’s Night Sky Tonight, Here’s How to Watch the Astronomical Event in Real Time
Venus and Jupiter will be making a closer approach to each other in the Earth’s night sky on Wednesday, March 1. In other words, the hottest and the largest planet in the solar system are coming to display...
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