Join the journey as NASA’s Psyche mission team launches in 2022 to explore a unique metallic asteroid orbiting the sun between Mars and Jupiter. The asteroid, likely made largely of nickel-iron metal mixed with rock, could contain metal from the core of a planetesimal (the building block of an early rocky planet) and may offer
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Thanks to Qualcomm for sponsoring a portion of this video. Learn more at https://www.qualcomm.com/products/mobile-computing/mobile-pcs The tools and resources the internet provides us have undoubtedly become everyday necessities for a large portion of the world. That technology would not have been possible without the research of an often overlooked scientist named Narinder Singh Kapany, who learned
As a person living on Earth, the planet can feel pretty big. But when compared to the rest of the universe, Earth is actually really small. About 30 Earths could fit between our planet and the moon. And 1.3 million Earths could fit inside of the sun. Science Insider tells you all you need to
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NASA is in the early stages of testing a plan to capture and redirect asteroids nearly the size of the Chelyabinsk meteor that struck Russia. If successful, the captured asteroid will be taken to the moon where astronauts will embark on the most dangerous space walk ever in an attempt to take samples for study.
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