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Originally posted by fishman1985
NOBODY WANTS TO SEE THE LINK ABOVE AND CHECK HIS SCHEDULE FOR THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS, NOTHING IS SCHEDULED.
Originally posted by ignant
hmm wow that many? and why the announcement now this week??
Originally posted by clearmind
...does anybody find it coincidentail that this is being talked about at this time, with all the elenin stuff going on, satilites re-entering ect ect.......
PASADENA, Calif. -- New observations by NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, or WISE, show there are significantly fewer near-Earth asteroids in the mid-size range than previously thought. The findings also indicate NASA has found more than 90 percent of the largest near-Earth asteroids, meeting a goal agreed to with Congress in 1998.
"We've found an asteroid with it's own asteroid crater, indicating that the asteroid was hit by another asteroid, and that means that we have to do whole new trajectories for it, and it's all very exciting because now we can use informations we have to find out more about the crater from an asteroid which is on an asteroid and know all the things." *Here is film of deep impact for three minutes* End.