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  1. Surprise! Newfound Asteroid Is 'Quasi-Moon' of Earth June 16, 2016 Mike Wall video at link "It seems the moon is not Earth's only cosmic companion. The newly discovered asteroid 2016 HO3 orbits the sun in such a way that the space rock never strays too far from Earth, making it a "quasi-satellite" of our planet, scientists say. "One other asteroid — 2003 YN107 — followed a similar orbital pattern for a while over 10 years ago, but it has since departed our vicinity," Paul Chodas, manager of NASA's Center for Near-Earth Object Studies at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, said in a statement Wednesday (June 15). snip "This new asteroid is much more locked onto us," Chodas added. "Our calculations indicate 2016 HO3 has been a stable quasi-satellite of Earth for almost a century, and it will continue to follow this pattern as Earth's companion for centuries to come." Indeed, 2016 HO3 is the best example of an Earth quasi-satellite ever found, scientists said. The asteroid was discovered on April 27 by scientists using the Pan-STARRS 1 survey telescope in Hawaii. 2016 HO3's exact size is unknown, but researchers think it's between 130 feet and 330 feet wide (40 to 100 meters). snip http://www.space.com/33185-earth-quasi-moon-asteroid-2016-ho3.html
  2. The Pyramid looking object seems to give off static charge, interesting none the less.
  3. A 400-kilometer-wide impact zone from a huge meteorite that broke in two moments before it slammed into the Earth has been found in Central Australia. The crater from the impact millions of years ago has long disappeared. But a team of geophysicists has found the twin scars of the impacts -- the largest impact zone ever found on Earth -- hidden deep in Earth's crust. The crater from the impact millions of years ago has long disappeared. But a team of geophysicists has found the twin scars of the impacts -- the largest impact zone ever found on Earth -- hidden deep in Earth's crust. Lead researcher Dr Andrew Glikson from the ANU School of Archaeology and Anthropology said the impact zone was discovered during drilling as part of geothermal research, in an area near the borders of South Australia, Queensland and the Northern Territory. "The two asteroids must each have been over 10 kilometres across -- it would have been curtains for many life species on the planet at the time," said Dr Glikson. The revelation of such ancient violent impacts may lead to new theories about Earth's history. "Large impacts like these may have had a far more significant role in the Earth's evolution than previously thought," Dr Glikson said. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/03/150323110000.htm
  4. Did an asteroid really, really kill the dinosaurs? Michael Champion December 13, 2014 "Up until 1980, one of the prevailing theories about the causes of the mass-extinction event that saw the dinosaurs wiped out 65million years ago was massive volcanic eruptions. But then iridium, an incredibly rare element usually not originating from Earth, was found in Italy and by the early 1990s a prehistoric impact crater - around 66million years old - was located underneath the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. Case closed; a massive asteroid hit Earth, blocked out the Sun and dinosaurs were among 75 per cent of the planet’s species to die, and that has been by far the prevailing theory since then." "However, a new study, published in Science, claims that the pre-1980 theory might have actually had something to it. Scientists at MIT in the US have re-examined the evidence contained at the Deccan Traps, an area of west-central India that holds a record of one of the largest-ever volcanic eruptions on Earth." snip http://i100.independent.co.uk/article/did-an-asteroid-really-really-kill-the-dinosaurs--lyJbJnR7tg
  5. Asteroid surprises with set of shiny Saturn-like rings 18:00 26 March 2014 by Nicola Jenner Asteroid Chariklo's bling ring has finally caught our eye (Artist's impression: Lucie Maquet) snip http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn25298-asteroid-surprises-with-set-of-shiny-saturnlike-rings.html#.UzN61WRdVCB
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