Despite the cloud and weather, asteroid hunters were able to discover a small Earth approaching asteroid. Also small space rocks pose no threat to humans, they are an interesting part of our environment
Asteroid mining Is possible. It might be possible to catch an asteroid, place it into Earth orbit, and thus provide a ready source of precious metals and water for space colonists to use. More at #365DaysOfAstro
Today’s Travelers in the Night will bring you stories about Saturns and asteroid survey as a planetary defense system.
Today Travelers in the night discussed about monitoring temperature at a different location in the observatory can help telescope detect asteroid that threats to Earth.
There could be a lake of liquid water beneath the south Martian polar cap. Also there are likely to be hundreds smaller than softball sized and perhaps several dozen football to beachball sized, natural Earth mini moons
Imagine a spacecraft traveling at a speed that would take it from New York to Tokyo in less than a minute, a mere 4 million miles from the surface of our Sun. This is what Parker Solar Probe doing. More at #365DaysoFastro
A huge Earth approaching asteroid is discovered right before the 2018 monsoon rains settled into the American Southwest and as Earth and Mars moved closer together, a dust storm engulfed most of the red planet making it impossible to see its surface features.
Asteroid hunters have discovered a strange asteroid pair. How they came to be together and what humans would do if such a large double trouble object is heading for us? Also about life form outside Earth in Milky Way.
Greg Leonard discovered large asteroid more than 1 KM in diameter in the constellation of Perseus and a story about Bostwana fragment.
Today’s Travelers in the Night talk about an unknown fuzzy object with a broad tail moving through the constellation of Pisces. Also about Comet C/2018 M1 (Catalina).