'Near-miss' asteroid tracked
Although there is no chance of the asteroid hitting Earth, the huge rock is being closely monitored by astronomers at the University of Hertfordshire's Bayfordbury Observatory, as part of an on-going programme to monitor 'Near Earth Objects' . Weighing 130,000 tonnes and travelling at over 28,000 miles per hour, the asteroid, officially named ... (more)
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“Geologist [I'm Climate Change]”
Since: Mar 07
#1 Feb 13, 2013
would like to see a published map made from the radar reflection returns from that asteroid.
Shuld be able to resolve relatively small boulders on that particular "spud" in space at perigee.
Have a nice day: Ag
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