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World Watch April 2017: Asteroid Fly-By

Burly Asteroid Streaks by Earth Tomorrow and will completely miss the planet Space debris problem getting worse, say scientists 5000 pieces 1 m or bigger. 20000 pieces 10 cm or bigger 750,000 pieces 1 cm or bigger Collisions with space … Continue reading

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Earth and Junk

The earth is our home, the only place with coffee and chocolate.   We have moved around and settled down on all the habitable bits and we’ve started to explore our solar system. We have created a huge ring of … Continue reading

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Voyager

On this day in 1977, the Voyager 1 space probe was launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida. Its mission was to study the most distant planets in the solar system. It still is transmitting data back to NASA. There has been … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Gen X-er

I hate slacking I enjoy going mach 2 with my hair on fire I am used to holding a full time high stress job and an equally full high stress volunteer activities as well as an active social life but … Continue reading

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