Space

I Said Jupiter PROTECTS Us From Ocean Boiling Asteroid- Google News- Please Stop Running Daily Express NONSENSE

This is me according to the Daily Express. End of world: Scientist’s terrifying warning of apocalypse asteroid- ‘Would boil oceans!’ It is nonsense! I gave no warning, and as a science blogger I am not the person to issue a warning either. I wrote an arti ...

Article - Robert Walker - Sep 6 2019 - 7:48am

Asteroid 2006 QV89 Classified NO HAZARD- Expected To Miss- Most Likely Next Asteroid Impact- Harmless Splosh In Ocean

This asteroid is now known to miss. It was always classified as NO HAZARD so it was no surprise at all when they proved it couldn’t hit. UPDATE- they proved it would miss in July through non detection. On July 4th and 5th they focused on the small patch o ...

Article - Robert Walker - Sep 8 2019 - 1:12pm

No Asteroid Warning For 2007 FT3- What NASA's Sentry Table Says In Words- Are You Scared By Fake Asteroid News?

This may help with this and other fake asteroid news. It's a no hazard asteroid. There is no NASA warning at all. They have already removed 88 "no hazard" asteroids from their table so far this year. It’s a 11 million to one against, and it ...

Article - Robert Walker - Sep 8 2019 - 4:04pm

2006 QV89 Asteroid- NO HAZARD- Most Likely Next Impact Splosh In Pacific- In Pictures, For Panicking People And Children

This asteroid is now known to miss. It was always classified as NO HAZARD so it was no surprise at all when they proved it couldn’t hit. UPDATE- they proved it would miss in July through non detection. On July 4th and 5th they focused on the small patch o ...

Article - Robert Walker - Sep 9 2019 - 11:21am

Interstellar Object After Oumuamua: Comet GB00234 Will Pass Near The Sun In Late 2019

Oumuamua was discovered on 19th October 2017. Now there may be another interstellar visitor, this time by the recently discovered comet known as C/2019 Q4 (Borisov), formerly gb00234. Gennady Borisov captured the object on 30th August 2019, at the MARGO Ob ...

Blog Post - Professor Mark R ... - Oct 5 2019 - 9:45am

Strontium Born From Neutron Star Collision Detected In Space- And What It Means

ESO’s X-shooter spectrograph on the Very Large Telescope in Chile has detected a freshly made heavy element, strontium, in space, in the aftermath two merging neutron stars.  That sounds obscure but it means that the heavier elements in the Universe can fo ...

Article - News Staff - Oct 23 2019 - 12:00pm

A Galaxy’s Metal Composition and How Non Regular Rotation Can Alter It!

Cataclysms in slow motion: When galaxies come too close to one another, their vast gravitational influences can bend, deform even tear apart the structure of each other. In most extreme cases, the galaxies will collide and merge into single structures. Mer ...

Blog Post - Professor Mark R ... - Oct 28 2019 - 8:11am

1.26 Kilometer Diameter Asteriod 2010 GD37 Will NOT Hit In December 2019- REMOVED From Risk Table, NASA Did Not Issue Warning

UPDATE: 2010 GD37 is now REMOVED from the risk list- it turns out that it's just an ordinary main belt asteroid. 2010 GD37 is now REMOVED from the risk list ...

Article - Robert Walker - Oct 28 2019 - 5:37pm

Likely 2040 Before Mars Samples Returned Safely, Legally-Yet Not Likely To Return Life- Needs To Be Detected In Situ First

ESA have just signed a letter of intent to co-operate with NASA on a Mars sample return mission (see Agencies aim to bring back rocks from Mars). I hope this does not mean a change of focus for ESA, from in situ searches, to a sample return. This expensiv ...

Article - Robert Walker - Nov 5 2019 - 12:26pm

Will First Mars Astronauts Stay In Orbit- Tele-operating Sterile Rovers- To Protect Earth And Mars From Colliding Biospheres?

Mars is extraordinarily cold and dry, like our most arid deserts. Harsh but possibly not totally lifeless. There is a chance of life there, hidden away perhaps in thin layers of brines just a couple of centimeters below the surface, or as spores within th ...

Article - Robert Walker - Nov 5 2019 - 12:52pm