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The breadth and segments of the global Asteroid Mining Market are covered in the Maximize Market Research report, which categorises it by product type, application areas, and geographies. COVID-19 Impact on Global Asteroid Mining Market:Different racial and ethnic groups reacted differently to the COVID-19 dislike. com/request-sample/28672 The key manufacturers in the Asteroid Mining Market• Deep Space Industries• Planetary Resources• Moon Express• ispace• Asteroid Mining Corporation• Shackleton Energy Company• Kleos Space• TransAstra• OffWorld• SpaceFab. The study's research analysts and industry speakers share their forecasts of the Asteroid Mining industry. This Maximize Market Research report study contains results and suggestions tailored to all Market players, investors, stakeholders, and other participants in the global Asteroid Mining Market.
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Ella johnson 2021-10-22
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And it gradually gave birth to humans, who soon rose to the top of the food chain.

It not only changed the way humans do warfare but also gave us the capability to destroy our planet and the rest of the solar system.

And, for many years, scientists have debunked the concept developed by Hollywood films that it is possible to destroy the calamitous asteroid headed towards our planet.The reason behind the caution is quite simple.

The study of LLNL even concluded that humans could even destroy asteroids months before the expected collision.

Nevertheless, the simulation also revealed that even successfully getting a spacecraft holding a nuke might be a severe undertaking.

Nuking an entire space rock accelerating towards Earth might need genius planning and a significant number of risks.An asteroid of a size similar to the one that impacted Earth sixty-four million years ago might mean impending doom for the planet.

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BIS RSRCH 2021-11-09
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The research is based on extensive primary interviews (in-house experts, industry leaders, and market players) and secondary research (a host of paid and unpaid databases), along with the analytical tools that have been used to build the forecast and the predictive models.Read Report Overview: https://bisresearch.com/industry-report/sub-orbital-reusable-vehicle-market.htmlThe report is a compilation of various segmentations, including market breakdown by application, product, and region.

The report highlights the key driving and restraining forces for the market as well as the opportunities in different applications across the leading countries.

In the extensive primary research process undertaken for this study, the sources include industry experts and key executives from prominent companies and organizations across the sub-orbital reusable vehicle supply chain.In the past, before the emergence of private space companies, the space industry was dominated by national space agencies across the globe.

Furthermore, there are numerous potential opportunities offered by emerging space activities such as in-space manufacturing, asteroid mining, and space-based solar power.

These space activities are gathering significant interest from the private sectorSpace transportation includes sub-orbital flights or transportation, orbital transportation, and beyond orbital transportation, which includes planetary missions.

Apart from this, commercial rides will be available for adventure travelers and astronauts on suborbital flights and to the ISS.

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Alvaro Okajima 2016-12-26
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In preparation for the 2021 Asteroid Redirect Mission, this prototype of a robotic capture module system uses a mock asteroid boulder as a test at the Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland.

NASA is set to launch the robotic portion of its Asteroid Redirect Mission ARM in 2021.

This will be the first mission to visit and collect a multi-ton sample from a large near-Earth asteroid.

The collected sample will be used in a demonstration of enhanced gravity tractor asteroid deflection.

Recently at the Robotic Operation's Center of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, a robotic capture module system prototype used a mock asteroid boulder to test its capabilities.

NASA's Asteroid-Capture Mission in Pictures

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Richard Skaggs 2018-12-28
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NASA was excited about the very close pass by of near-Earth asteroid 2003 SD220 recently.

The reason that NASA was so aflutter is that the asteroid made the closest pass to Earth than any asteroid has made in the last 400 years.

The next time that an asteroid comes as close to the Earth will be in 2070.

While the asteroid was passing so nearby, at least on cosmic terms, NASA took the opportunity to study the object as much as possible.

To that end, NASA hit the asteroid with radar to take the images seen here.

What the images show is an asteroid with a length of at least 1.6 miles and the shape that is similar to a hippo wading in water.

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Pedro Cote 2016-08-16
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NASA wants to deflect an asteroid but now it says it will need some help.

The plan is part of the Asteroid Redirect Mission ARM , in which the agency hopes to capture part of an asteroid and drag it back to Earth within the next decade.

From September 2016 until August 2018, the agency will accept proposals from private companies for its ARM Umbrella for Partnerships ARM-UP in areas such as partner-provided payloads and experimentation on the asteroid.

NASA s asteroid capture mission consists of two distinct stages planned for 2021 and 2026 respectively.

During the first stage, called the Asteroid Redirect Robotic Mission ARRM , the agency will send a robotic vessel to a near-Earth asteroid where it will survey the surface in a series of close flybys.

After identifying a manageable boulder, the vessel will descend on the asteroid, capture the boulder, lift off, and drag the object back to lunar orbit.

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Naira Kumari 2021-09-13
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The Asteroid Mining Market Research Report Forecast is a valuable source of insightful data for business strategists.

It provides the industry overview with recent trends, size, share, growth analysis, historical, futuristic data, revenue, demand and strategic development.The entire asteroid mining market has been sub-categorized into phase, asteroid type and application.

The report provides an analysis of these subsets with respect to the geographical segmentation.

This research study will keep marketer informed and helps to identify the target demographics for a product or service.Request a FREE Sample Copy of Global Asteroid Mining Market Report with Full TOC At: https://www.valuemarketresearch.com/contact/asteroid-mining-market/download-sampleBy PhaseSpacecraft DesignLaunchOperationBy Asteroid TypeType CType SType MOthersBy ApplicationConstructionResource Harvesting3D PrintingOthersThe research report also covers the comprehensive profiles of the key players in the market and an in-depth view of the competitive landscape worldwide.

The major players in the asteroid mining market include Asteroid Mining Company, Bradford, iSpace, Kleos Space S.A., Planetary Resources, SpaceFab.US, Sierra Nevada Corporation, Offworld, Virgin Galactic.

This section includes a holistic view of the competitive landscape that includes various strategic developments such as key mergers & acquisitions, future capacities, partnerships, financial overviews, collaborations, new product developments, new product launches, and other developments.This section covers regional segmentation which accentuates on current and future demand for asteroid mining market across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa.

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Richard Baty 2017-01-25
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A newfound asteroid about the size of a bus zipped safely by Earth late Tuesday, just days after its discovery.

The asteroid 2017 BX buzzed by Earth at a range of 162,252 miles — about 30 percent closer than the distance between the Earth and the moon — at 11:54 p.m. EST, according to online Slooh observatory, which tracked the object late Tuesday in a live webcast at Slooh.com .

The asteroid was first discovered Friday.

Asteroid 2017 BX is between 13 and 46 feet in diameter, according to an alert by the Minor Planet Center at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, which tracks near-Earth objects.

An estimate from NASA's Asteroid Watch team pegged the asteroid at about 28 feet in diameter.

Slooh nicknamed the asteroid Rerun" after a character portrayed by the late actor Fred Berry on the 1970s show "What's Happening!!"

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James Taylor 2020-08-31
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NASA recently announced that a giant asteroid approximately the size of a multistory building will fly by the Earth on September 1. The asteroid is called 2011 ES4, and it has measurements of between 22 and 49 meters. NASA believes that the asteroid will pass at a minimum distance to Earth of about 120,000 kilometers. The asteroid is moving very … Continue reading
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Bart King 2018-03-21
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NASA has announced that it is working on a plan to stop an asteroid that has a chance of hitting the Earth over 100 years from now.

The asteroid is said to be the size of the Empire State Building and has a “small” chance of impacting the Earth on September 22, 2135.

NASA says that it has a plan to stop the asteroid should it turn out to be on a collision course.

The asteroid in question is called Bennu and the plan involves sending something that weighs nearly 9 tons dubbed the “bulk impactor” to push the asteroid out of Earth orbit.

Apparently, another option is to use a nuclear device to push the asteroid out of Earth’s path.

The plan is called Hypervelocity Asteroid Mitigation Mission for Emergency Response.

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Brian Plymel 2021-03-20
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Astronomers worldwide will be studying the heavens this weekend as the largest asteroid to fly by Earth during 2021 will make its closest pass on Sunday. Astronomers are eager to get a look at the asteroid as it’s a remnant from the birth of our solar system. The asteroid, known as 2001FO32, is big and fast, and while in astronomical … Continue reading
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Eddie Cox 2018-12-03

NASA will arrive at an asteroid called Bennu today (Dec. 3), kicking the space agency's OSIRIS-REx asteroid sample-return mission into full gear.

A mission program will precede the event at 11:15 a.m. EST (1615 GMT).

But where is that asteroid and its visiting spacecraft, which is now two years into its journey?

Although it's easy to assume that an asteroid mission would target the asteroid belt, Bennu isn't tucked in this rocky region between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.

Instead, Bennu's orbit waltzes between those of Earth and of Mars, averaging around 100 million miles (160 million kilometers) away from the sun.

That makes it a near-Earth asteroid, like the one Japan's Hayabusa-2 mission is currently studying.

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Adolfo Lorenzo 2018-05-14
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An asteroid called 2010 WC9 will safety make a very close flyby of the Earth tomorrow.

This isn’t a particularly large Asteroid, it measures 197 to 427-feet.

The big news here is that this will be one of the closest approaches ever observed of an asteroid this size.

One interesting tidbit about this asteroid is that it was first observed on November 30, 2010, and was watched until December 10 of the same year before it became too dim to see and was lost.

On May 8, 2018, an asteroid was spied and given the name Zj99C60 until scientists realized this was the return of Asteroid 2010 WC9.

The closest approach will happen May 15 at 6:05 pm RDT.

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Kenneth Mulcahy 2019-03-29
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The Hubble Space Telescope has captured a rare image of an active asteroid that is in the process of self-destructing, the ESA and NASA have jointly announced.

The image features asteroid (6478) Gault, which was discovered in 1988 and is estimated to have a width of at least 2.5 miles / 4km.

Visible in the image are two debris tails, which experts say are signs that the asteroid is disintegrating.

The space rock featured in the Hubble image, 6478 Gault, is known as a Phocaea asteroid because it originates from the inner region of the Asteroid Belt.

The asteroid was discovered around three decades ago; there is some contention about how large it is, with NASA pinpointing 2.5-miles and the ESA estimating up to 9km / 5.6 miles.

Hubble’s image has a very obvious, striking feature: two seemingly glowing tails streaking away from the asteroid.

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Keith Brewton 2016-08-17
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NASA is seeking research partners for its ambitious asteroid redirect mission, the space agency recently announced.

The asteroid mission sounds like science fiction.

In December 2021, NASA plans to launch a robotic mission that will travel to an asteroid, grab a multiton boulder off its surface, bring it back—and then put it in orbit around the moon.

The space agency says they ve already identified four asteroid candidates.

After that, with a launch in 2026, astronauts will travel to the asteroid and research it, bringing back samples to Earth.

These samples will contain far more asteroid material than has ever been returned by a space mission, which could open new scientific discoveries about the formation of our solar system, the origin of life on Earth, and help determine the potential for use of asteroid resources, NASA said in a statement.

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The breadth and segments of the global Asteroid Mining Market are covered in the Maximize Market Research report, which categorises it by product type, application areas, and geographies. COVID-19 Impact on Global Asteroid Mining Market:Different racial and ethnic groups reacted differently to the COVID-19 dislike. com/request-sample/28672 The key manufacturers in the Asteroid Mining Market• Deep Space Industries• Planetary Resources• Moon Express• ispace• Asteroid Mining Corporation• Shackleton Energy Company• Kleos Space• TransAstra• OffWorld• SpaceFab. The study's research analysts and industry speakers share their forecasts of the Asteroid Mining industry. This Maximize Market Research report study contains results and suggestions tailored to all Market players, investors, stakeholders, and other participants in the global Asteroid Mining Market.
BIS RSRCH 2021-11-09
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The research is based on extensive primary interviews (in-house experts, industry leaders, and market players) and secondary research (a host of paid and unpaid databases), along with the analytical tools that have been used to build the forecast and the predictive models.Read Report Overview: https://bisresearch.com/industry-report/sub-orbital-reusable-vehicle-market.htmlThe report is a compilation of various segmentations, including market breakdown by application, product, and region.

The report highlights the key driving and restraining forces for the market as well as the opportunities in different applications across the leading countries.

In the extensive primary research process undertaken for this study, the sources include industry experts and key executives from prominent companies and organizations across the sub-orbital reusable vehicle supply chain.In the past, before the emergence of private space companies, the space industry was dominated by national space agencies across the globe.

Furthermore, there are numerous potential opportunities offered by emerging space activities such as in-space manufacturing, asteroid mining, and space-based solar power.

These space activities are gathering significant interest from the private sectorSpace transportation includes sub-orbital flights or transportation, orbital transportation, and beyond orbital transportation, which includes planetary missions.

Apart from this, commercial rides will be available for adventure travelers and astronauts on suborbital flights and to the ISS.

Alvaro Okajima 2016-12-26
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In preparation for the 2021 Asteroid Redirect Mission, this prototype of a robotic capture module system uses a mock asteroid boulder as a test at the Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland.

NASA is set to launch the robotic portion of its Asteroid Redirect Mission ARM in 2021.

This will be the first mission to visit and collect a multi-ton sample from a large near-Earth asteroid.

The collected sample will be used in a demonstration of enhanced gravity tractor asteroid deflection.

Recently at the Robotic Operation's Center of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, a robotic capture module system prototype used a mock asteroid boulder to test its capabilities.

NASA's Asteroid-Capture Mission in Pictures

Pedro Cote 2016-08-16
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NASA wants to deflect an asteroid but now it says it will need some help.

The plan is part of the Asteroid Redirect Mission ARM , in which the agency hopes to capture part of an asteroid and drag it back to Earth within the next decade.

From September 2016 until August 2018, the agency will accept proposals from private companies for its ARM Umbrella for Partnerships ARM-UP in areas such as partner-provided payloads and experimentation on the asteroid.

NASA s asteroid capture mission consists of two distinct stages planned for 2021 and 2026 respectively.

During the first stage, called the Asteroid Redirect Robotic Mission ARRM , the agency will send a robotic vessel to a near-Earth asteroid where it will survey the surface in a series of close flybys.

After identifying a manageable boulder, the vessel will descend on the asteroid, capture the boulder, lift off, and drag the object back to lunar orbit.

Richard Baty 2017-01-25
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A newfound asteroid about the size of a bus zipped safely by Earth late Tuesday, just days after its discovery.

The asteroid 2017 BX buzzed by Earth at a range of 162,252 miles — about 30 percent closer than the distance between the Earth and the moon — at 11:54 p.m. EST, according to online Slooh observatory, which tracked the object late Tuesday in a live webcast at Slooh.com .

The asteroid was first discovered Friday.

Asteroid 2017 BX is between 13 and 46 feet in diameter, according to an alert by the Minor Planet Center at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, which tracks near-Earth objects.

An estimate from NASA's Asteroid Watch team pegged the asteroid at about 28 feet in diameter.

Slooh nicknamed the asteroid Rerun" after a character portrayed by the late actor Fred Berry on the 1970s show "What's Happening!!"

Bart King 2018-03-21
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NASA has announced that it is working on a plan to stop an asteroid that has a chance of hitting the Earth over 100 years from now.

The asteroid is said to be the size of the Empire State Building and has a “small” chance of impacting the Earth on September 22, 2135.

NASA says that it has a plan to stop the asteroid should it turn out to be on a collision course.

The asteroid in question is called Bennu and the plan involves sending something that weighs nearly 9 tons dubbed the “bulk impactor” to push the asteroid out of Earth orbit.

Apparently, another option is to use a nuclear device to push the asteroid out of Earth’s path.

The plan is called Hypervelocity Asteroid Mitigation Mission for Emergency Response.

Eddie Cox 2018-12-03

NASA will arrive at an asteroid called Bennu today (Dec. 3), kicking the space agency's OSIRIS-REx asteroid sample-return mission into full gear.

A mission program will precede the event at 11:15 a.m. EST (1615 GMT).

But where is that asteroid and its visiting spacecraft, which is now two years into its journey?

Although it's easy to assume that an asteroid mission would target the asteroid belt, Bennu isn't tucked in this rocky region between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.

Instead, Bennu's orbit waltzes between those of Earth and of Mars, averaging around 100 million miles (160 million kilometers) away from the sun.

That makes it a near-Earth asteroid, like the one Japan's Hayabusa-2 mission is currently studying.

Kenneth Mulcahy 2019-03-29
img

The Hubble Space Telescope has captured a rare image of an active asteroid that is in the process of self-destructing, the ESA and NASA have jointly announced.

The image features asteroid (6478) Gault, which was discovered in 1988 and is estimated to have a width of at least 2.5 miles / 4km.

Visible in the image are two debris tails, which experts say are signs that the asteroid is disintegrating.

The space rock featured in the Hubble image, 6478 Gault, is known as a Phocaea asteroid because it originates from the inner region of the Asteroid Belt.

The asteroid was discovered around three decades ago; there is some contention about how large it is, with NASA pinpointing 2.5-miles and the ESA estimating up to 9km / 5.6 miles.

Hubble’s image has a very obvious, striking feature: two seemingly glowing tails streaking away from the asteroid.

Ella johnson 2021-10-22
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And it gradually gave birth to humans, who soon rose to the top of the food chain.

It not only changed the way humans do warfare but also gave us the capability to destroy our planet and the rest of the solar system.

And, for many years, scientists have debunked the concept developed by Hollywood films that it is possible to destroy the calamitous asteroid headed towards our planet.The reason behind the caution is quite simple.

The study of LLNL even concluded that humans could even destroy asteroids months before the expected collision.

Nevertheless, the simulation also revealed that even successfully getting a spacecraft holding a nuke might be a severe undertaking.

Nuking an entire space rock accelerating towards Earth might need genius planning and a significant number of risks.An asteroid of a size similar to the one that impacted Earth sixty-four million years ago might mean impending doom for the planet.

Acme Safety Shop 2021-11-16
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Richard Skaggs 2018-12-28
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NASA was excited about the very close pass by of near-Earth asteroid 2003 SD220 recently.

The reason that NASA was so aflutter is that the asteroid made the closest pass to Earth than any asteroid has made in the last 400 years.

The next time that an asteroid comes as close to the Earth will be in 2070.

While the asteroid was passing so nearby, at least on cosmic terms, NASA took the opportunity to study the object as much as possible.

To that end, NASA hit the asteroid with radar to take the images seen here.

What the images show is an asteroid with a length of at least 1.6 miles and the shape that is similar to a hippo wading in water.

Naira Kumari 2021-09-13
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The Asteroid Mining Market Research Report Forecast is a valuable source of insightful data for business strategists.

It provides the industry overview with recent trends, size, share, growth analysis, historical, futuristic data, revenue, demand and strategic development.The entire asteroid mining market has been sub-categorized into phase, asteroid type and application.

The report provides an analysis of these subsets with respect to the geographical segmentation.

This research study will keep marketer informed and helps to identify the target demographics for a product or service.Request a FREE Sample Copy of Global Asteroid Mining Market Report with Full TOC At: https://www.valuemarketresearch.com/contact/asteroid-mining-market/download-sampleBy PhaseSpacecraft DesignLaunchOperationBy Asteroid TypeType CType SType MOthersBy ApplicationConstructionResource Harvesting3D PrintingOthersThe research report also covers the comprehensive profiles of the key players in the market and an in-depth view of the competitive landscape worldwide.

The major players in the asteroid mining market include Asteroid Mining Company, Bradford, iSpace, Kleos Space S.A., Planetary Resources, SpaceFab.US, Sierra Nevada Corporation, Offworld, Virgin Galactic.

This section includes a holistic view of the competitive landscape that includes various strategic developments such as key mergers & acquisitions, future capacities, partnerships, financial overviews, collaborations, new product developments, new product launches, and other developments.This section covers regional segmentation which accentuates on current and future demand for asteroid mining market across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa.

James Taylor 2020-08-31
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NASA recently announced that a giant asteroid approximately the size of a multistory building will fly by the Earth on September 1. The asteroid is called 2011 ES4, and it has measurements of between 22 and 49 meters. NASA believes that the asteroid will pass at a minimum distance to Earth of about 120,000 kilometers. The asteroid is moving very … Continue reading
Brian Plymel 2021-03-20
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Astronomers worldwide will be studying the heavens this weekend as the largest asteroid to fly by Earth during 2021 will make its closest pass on Sunday. Astronomers are eager to get a look at the asteroid as it’s a remnant from the birth of our solar system. The asteroid, known as 2001FO32, is big and fast, and while in astronomical … Continue reading
Adolfo Lorenzo 2018-05-14
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An asteroid called 2010 WC9 will safety make a very close flyby of the Earth tomorrow.

This isn’t a particularly large Asteroid, it measures 197 to 427-feet.

The big news here is that this will be one of the closest approaches ever observed of an asteroid this size.

One interesting tidbit about this asteroid is that it was first observed on November 30, 2010, and was watched until December 10 of the same year before it became too dim to see and was lost.

On May 8, 2018, an asteroid was spied and given the name Zj99C60 until scientists realized this was the return of Asteroid 2010 WC9.

The closest approach will happen May 15 at 6:05 pm RDT.

Keith Brewton 2016-08-17
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NASA is seeking research partners for its ambitious asteroid redirect mission, the space agency recently announced.

The asteroid mission sounds like science fiction.

In December 2021, NASA plans to launch a robotic mission that will travel to an asteroid, grab a multiton boulder off its surface, bring it back—and then put it in orbit around the moon.

The space agency says they ve already identified four asteroid candidates.

After that, with a launch in 2026, astronauts will travel to the asteroid and research it, bringing back samples to Earth.

These samples will contain far more asteroid material than has ever been returned by a space mission, which could open new scientific discoveries about the formation of our solar system, the origin of life on Earth, and help determine the potential for use of asteroid resources, NASA said in a statement.