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  1. There’s A Full Moon Tonight, And You Can Investigate A Lunar Crash Site

    We recommend watching the webcast while wearing a deerstalker cap.

    Last September 11th, an asteroid collided with the moon at speeds of over 37,000 miles per hour, creating the brightest lunar explosion we've ever seen. Tonight's full moon will give astronomers the opportunity to investigate the site of the lunar impact; oh, and through a live webcast, you can watch too!

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  2. We’re 10x More Likely to Get Hit By Meteors Than Previously Thought (And Also One’s Heading for Us Right Now)

    Hooray!

    Okay everybody, don't freak out or anything, but there's a "potentially hazardous" asteroid that's coming kiiiiiinda close to the Earth. Oh, and also? Scientists now think we're about ten times more likely to get hit by foreign space objects than we originally thought. But hey, at least you have the weekend to finish House of Cards, right?

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  3. Nice Knowing You: Dangerous Asteroid Apophis is Bigger, More Dangerous Than We Thought

    The asteroid Apophis, clearly named for the Stargate SG-1 villain, has been called a "doomsday asteroid," because in 2004 there was a study that said there was a 2.7% chance of Apophis hitting Earth when it flies past us in 2029. That study has since been disproved, but astronomers are keeping a close eye on Apophis anyhow, which is due for another pass in 2036. One telescope in Europe has captured new images of Apophis that reveal it's even larger than initially believed. That can't be good.

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