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Amy’s Everyday Astronomy

Look to the skies and stars with Amy’s Everyday Astronomy

Amy’s Everyday Astronomy: Rare large-asteroid flyby will be visible to the naked eye…in 2029

Set your calendars for April 13, 2029 when a speck of light will streak across the sky, getting brighter and faster as Apophis (near-Earth asteroid 99942) cruises harmlessly past our planet. This 1,100 foot-wide (340 …

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Amy’s Everyday Astronomy: India Destroys Own Satellite, Creates Potential Danger for ISS

On March 27th, the Indian Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) did something few other countries have accomplished: they launched a missile that destroyed one of their own satellites in low Earth orbit, on purpose. …

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