Top 10 the Most Dangerous Asteroids

There are millions of asteroids from which some of them is dangerous uniquely. A potentially hazardous object (PHO) is a near-Earth object with an orbit that has the potential to make exceptionally close approaches to the Earth. It is also of a size large enough to cause significant regional damage in the event of impact. Astronomers indicate that between 37,000 and 78,000 tons of solar system debris hit Earth each single year. Fortunately, they usually rain down in tiny pieces that burn up in the atmosphere. Now, we’d like to call you attention introducing top 10 dangerous asteroids.

NASA InSight Lander Will Study Marsquakes on the Surface of Mars

NASA plans to send the first Robotic InSight lander that will explore the Red’s planet’s subsurface. InSight is a robotic Mars lander designed to explore the interior and subsurface of Mars. InSight lander is going to launch from the California coast to the surface of Mars on May 5, 2018. In addition, it is the first time launching to another planet from the West Coast. InSight lander, which stands for Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, will study marsquakes to know about the Martian crust, mantle and core.

What are the Planned Objectives of NASA Exploration Campaign?

The NASA Exploration Campaign is a national and agency effort concentrates on three essential fields such as low Earth orbit; lunar orbit and surface; and Mars and other deep space objectives. President Donald J. Trump gave NASA a new direction in December 17, telling the agency to work with international and commercial partners to refocus exploration efforts on the moon, with an eye to eventually going on to Mars and even beyond NASA stated.

Yellowstone Eruption May Help Scientists Guess the Future

New Study shows the mechanics and movements beneath the surface that contribute to Yellowstone eruption. Yellowstone eruption is special and important, because it can end up allowing for the creation of systems that will help scientists guess future events. “While Yellowstone eruptions currently don’t pose a significant threat, there are volcanoes around the world that could potentially cause a significant amount of damage if we aren’t able to prepare for them. By using this new knowledge to develop novel new prediction techniques, we may be able to better equip at-risk areas with the knowledge and infrastructure they need to prepare for volcanic eruptions” mentioned valuewalk.

Why NASA Wants to Send Marsbee Robotic Bees to Mars?

Marsbee is a robotic flapping wing flyers. Its size is as the same as bumblebee size with cicada sized wings. The Marsbee is combined with sensors and wireless communication devices.  The mobile base can act as a recharging station and main communication center. Why NASA wants to send Marsbee to the Red Planet. NASA explains:

“The objective of the proposed work is to increase the set of possible exploration and science missions on Mars by investigating the feasibility of flapping wing aerospace architectures in a Martian environment. The proposed architecture consists of a Mars rover that serves as a mobile base and a swarm of Marsbees.”

Does Megalodon Shark Still Exist in the Deep Ocean?

Megalodon shark, which means “big tooth”, is a dead species of shark that lived approximately 23 to 2.6 million years ago. It is estimated that megalodon shark was the largest shark that had ever lived on Earth and one of the largest vertebrate predators in history. Before passing its existence let us, discover some facts about this frightful animal. Megalodon shark was extremely huge. Its teeth have been over 17 centimeters (7 inches) in total height, but the majority are between 3 and 5 inches (still, massive).

Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Richard Branson Three Billionaires in One Place

Three billionaires or better to say three remarkable men have a mission to save Earth first. Elon Musk wants to fly to Mars. Jeff Bezos has a dream putting a colony on the moon. And Richard Branson wants to offer luxury space tourism under the Virgin banner. Christian Davenport, author of “The Space Barons”, in his book writes about these three billionaires, discusses their different ideas for exploring the cosmos, and explains why women are still so underrepresented in space.  Forbes.com says “it’s no surprise that space enthusiasts would be ecstatic about any seemingly viable alternative to space politics as usual.

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