No word on how much one of these shows will cost just yet.
The meteorite only lives as it is falling.
A meteorite might have slammed into the island as early as 12,000 years ago.
It’s older than Earth itself!
Asteroids have families too.
We don’t know much about how life bounces back after such a dramatic event.
New images may be posing more questions than they answer.
The meteorite will be used in NASA’s ambitious Mars 2020 mission.
It’s raining money. Incandescent, rocky money.
Why spread your seed across the Earth when you can spread it across space?
A unique cosmic stone challenges what we know about how the solar system formed.
They’re the modern watchers on the wall.
While taking its usual stroll on Mars, the Curiosity Rover found something unexpected: a dark, smooth meteorite.
This puppy must have made some damage.
All APODs are spectacular in their own way – but every once in a while, there’s one that’s just amazing. This is the case with Petr Horálek‘s picture of the Perseids. “The Perseid meteor shower last occurred near a New Moon in 2013. That’s when the exposures used to construct this image were made, under dark, moonless skies from Hvar Island
Mars has over 250,000 craters created by asteroid impacts, the Moon has millions – too many to count. But the Earth has an atmosphere, which means we’re protected against most threats and we have much to be thankful for. But even the craters that we do have are constantly eroded by wind and water, so finding and identifying them is quite a challenge.
For decades, astronomers have believed that meteorites are the building blocks of our solar system – the lego blocks for planets. But a new study from scientists at MIT and Purdue University suggests that this may not be the case after all – and we’ve given meteorites too much credit.
The Sylacauga meteorite fell on November 30, 1954, at 14:46 local time (18:46 UT) in Oak Grove, Alabama, near Sylacauga. However, the meteorite is often called the Hodges meteorite – because it struck Ann Hodges, who became the first person confirmed to be hit by a meteorite.
Anders Helstrup and several other members of Oslo Parachute Club were expecting a good time, and no major events when they went skydiving in Hedmark, Norway. They most certainly weren’t expecting a meteor swooping by past them. This is the first time in history that a meteorite has been filmed in the air after its light goes out. Thankfully, no
A piece of rock traveling at at 61,000 km/h punched a crater 40 metres wide on the surface of the Moon, producing a flash that could be seen from Earth. I feel like Hollywood can ruin your expectations when talking about huge meteoritic impacts – we’re dealing with a meteorite here that’s way smaller than a car, weighing 400 kg;