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Asteroid Just Misses Earth But Are We Prepared For a Direct Hit?

Just about a year ago (Feb. 15, 2013) an asteroid hit Russia. It did quite a bit of damage to buildings and landscape and no one seemed to know it was coming. In the video below you will see what it looked like, as it was captured on film. However, early this morning an asteroid zipped passed Earth and again it was virtually undetected.

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Football Field-Sized Asteroid to Pass Earth This Weekend

A giant asteroid the size of a football field is scheduled to pass through Earth’s atmosphere over the weekend. Scientists say that the 330-foot-wide fiery rock will miss striking the Earth’s surface by nearly 600,000 miles - about three times the distance between our planet and the moon.

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Crater From World’s Third Largest Asteroid Found In Australia

After witnessing some of the damage that a dinner table-sized meteor did last week after crashing into central Russia, imagine the magnitude of destruction that would have occurred if that flaming rock was the length of 18 football fields. Now stop imagining, because scientists say it happened.

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This Giant Asteroid Is Barely Going to Miss Earth on Friday

Seventeen-thousand miles might not sound particularly close at first listen, but when it comes to a gigantic rock the size of half a football field, it's a bit scarier.

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Doomsday Asteroid Officially Upgraded in Size

An asteroid that scientists said could threaten Earth’s atmosphere in 2036 is now believed to be substantially larger than previously stated. In fact, astronomers currently studying the dreaded, potential doomsday rock say asteroid 'Apophis' has officially been supersized by about

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New Asteroid Discovery Honors Local Hardin Simmons Professor [VIDEO]

The asteroid first labeled "Asteroid 4984" has been named in honor of a local Harden Simmons University professor. Dr. Patrick Miller, has been singly responsible for inspiring and guiding many high school and college students into the field of astrological studies.  “Patrick Miller” is the new name for an asteroid orbiting in our solar system. It's not close enough to be seen by the naked eye. However, the asteroid now known as the "Patrick Miller" is orbiting just beyond the planet Mars. The Minor Planet Center officially named the asteroid in honor of the work done by Dr. Miller at Hardin-Simmons University in 2009.

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