How many comets would it take to bring 379 million trillion gallons water? Do you believe that’s how we have water?

"How many comets would it take to bring 379 million trillion gallons water? Do you believe that's how we have water?" is a great question. The image below should give you an idea of how much water there is on Earth compared to how much Earth there is without water. As you can see, it’s... Continue Reading →

Near-Earth Asteroid Flyby

Asteroid 2017 FE1 was first observed by Mt. Lemmon Survey on 2017-03-18 It will fly by Earth harmlessly on 2017-06-16 at 22:16 UTC at 39.9 times the distance to the Moon, at a speed (relative to the Earth) of 10.6 km/s. It is estimated to be 164 - 518 meters in size. #space#science#Astronomy#astrophysics#asteroids#NEO near Earth... Continue Reading →

How Big does a Moon Have to Be?

Not very big! It would just have to be natural. Not made by man! And it wouldn’t have to be there for very long either. Just long enough for it to be in orbit. The astronomical community doesn’t have a definition for moon other than it has to be a natural object. Thus captured asteroids... Continue Reading →

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