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WASHINGTON, May 22, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- As part of the agency's Asteroid Grand Challenge, NASA is partnering with private internet technology company Slooh to engage citizen scientists
An asteroid with a diameter about the size of an 80-story building is sweeping by Earth and the moon on Wednesday. First discovered on February 11, this asteroid has been viewed over 230 times...
The Earth faced a “close-call” on Monday night as near-Earth asteroid 2000 EM26 came within a couple million miles of the planet, nearly a year after the Chelyabinsk meteor slammed into Russia.
The Quadrantids meteor shower will be helping to kick off the new year with a bang, displaying up to 80 meteors per hour on Friday.
This weekend, stargazers should dust-off their telescopes and catch a glimpse of Saturn at its best and brightest.
For those living in the Eastern Hemisphere, the first lunar eclipse of 2013 will be taking place on Thursday during the Pink Moon. However, it will not be visible in North America unless you watch Slooh's live broadcast.
An asteroid about the size of a city block will be making its way past Earth this afternoon, and Slooh plans on giving the world access to its tools to view the near-Earth object (NEO).
As amateur and pro astronomers look up at the night skies on Monday, January 21 to witness the night sky dance between the moon and Jupiter, Slooh space camera will be broadcasting it live for others to see.
Asteroid 99942, named Apophis after an ancient Egyptian mythological demon, will be whizzing by Earth this week. Apophis is a near-Earth asteroid with an estimated diameter of approximately three football fields – over 880 feet.
Potentially Hazardous Asteroid, Toutatis, will be making a close approach to Earth this week, just in time to give "world ending" theorists something to talk about.