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But planetary scientists said the asteroid, or whatever it was, set a new standard: A 10-meter-wide (33-foot-wide) asteroid can be detected two days before it potentially hits Earth.
Originally posted by V1g0r0u5
reply to post by virgom129
Nope! NASA will definitely not tell. I found something on the SOHO Lascon 3 footage earlier this year. I just found the screen capture I made then.
I will try and post it tonight (I am in South Africa).
When you see what I am talking about, you will be as amazed as I am that this was not mentioned by NASA at all.
After all, these are all their projects. Is everyone sleeping over there?