Today we have stories about the sace rocks discoveries by Teddy Pruyne & Brian Africano.
What are the different kinds of asteroids? What are they made of? How can we send missions to capture them, and what will we do once we get one?
Today travelers in the night discuss about a large meteor exploded over Murchison on 1969 and a new record in 2019 for discovering 2,433 Earth approaching objects
Today we have stories about Comet Groeller and David’s Fireball
Beyond what solar system scientists now call the “snow line”, 4.6 billion years ago, crystals of ice formed and were trapped inside accreting chunks of material.