NASA's Worldview website
NASA's Worldview website delivers and feature where you can look and interact with NASA satellite imagery and data from the last 20 years. -- Learn more about it: https://www.space.com/40812-incredible-nasa-earth-weather-time-lapse-video.html
Visit https://worldview.earthdata.nasa.gov/ for more.
Wow, our earth is cool...
What’s with the satellight
We're killing earth
A cool game/tool made by
A cool game/tool made by NASA enjoy!
music is Kevin MacLeod at http://www.incompetech.com
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what is this app?
It’s an Official NASA educational space exploration tool..and this app is not a game...this app tells you where we have been at in history in space...also tells you all the current real time locations of where all of our satellites, probe, rovers and other space exploration crafts are currently at in our solar system....This official NASA app allows you to see everything in the NASA deep space network...it also allows you to track voyager 1 & voyager 2... Voyager 1 is in "Interstellar space" and Voyager 2 is currently in the "Heliosheath" -- the outermost layer of the heliosphere where the solar wind is slowed by the pressure of interstellar gas....voyager 2 is currently in the process of completely leaving our home solar system...voyager 1 has left the solar system...you know like Elvis has left the building...well voyager 1 has left the definitely building and voyager 2 is all most out completely out the door and all most completely left our home solar system....
Then he says I want to go Uranus
How old are you bitch
Today we return to NASA
Today we return to NASA Eyes on the Solar system, a web browser app similar to Celestia and Space Engine, to simulate the February 15th, 2013 close fly-by of Asteroid 2012 DA14!
NASA Eyes on the Solar System: http://eyes.nasa.gov
NASA JPL Livestream of the event (starting 12:00pm EST): http://www.ustream.tv/nasajpl2
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Kurt Im 12,Is the meteor that exploded in Russia apart of D14?
I'm reading an article from "The Economist" on american's statistics of death. There is twice more chance (1/75 000 000) to die from fireworks than asteroid impact, basicely. And heart desease is 1/476, for instance.
you've been watching too many movies. Extinction level asteroids are around 1km or 1000m in diameter, if it was 500m it would probably have massive impact on the environment and climate. but this one was only 50m. it would depend on the speed and angle it hits the atmosphere, and the asteroid density, but the damage would likely not do anything you just said.
Yes, but by the time it had hit Earth it had broken up and burnt up to the point that it was a lot smaller. The main impact was from the explosion of the asteroid when it shattered in the air from the heat.