1. Europe's space agency approves the Hera anti-asteroid mission  Engadget
  2. Asteroid as big as the pyramids on its way and could zoom past Earth on Friday  7NEWS.com.au
  3. Impending doomsday? Experts asks amateur astronomers to 'help save earth' from asteroid impact  International Business Times UK
  4. Asteroid alert: A space rock taller than Pyramids is barreling towards Earth at 16,800mph  Express.co.uk
  5. Asteroid warning: Expert says mother nature decides the time of hit, urges NASA to formulate defensive measures  International Business Times, Singapore Edition
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European ministers in charge of the ESA space agency have approved Hera, a mission that will test whether deflection could save humanity from a rogue asteroid....European ministers in charge of the ESA space agency have approved Hera, a mission that will test whether deflection could save humanity from a rogue asteroid....

Europe's space agency approves the Hera anti-asteroid mission | Engadget

NASA has classified the asteroid as a 'near-Earth object,' which means its orbit brings it very close - in cosmic terms - to Earth.NASA has classified the asteroid as a 'near-Earth object,' which means its orbit brings it very close - in cosmic terms - to Earth.

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A Belfast astronomer believes that amateur astronomers can also help ESA and NASA.A Belfast astronomer believes that amateur astronomers can also help ESA and NASA.

Impending doomsday? Experts asks amateur astronomers to 'help save earth' from asteroid impact

AN ASTEROID taller than the Great Pyramid of Giza is flying towards Earth at breakneck speeds of around 16,800mph (27,036km/h), NASA’s asteroid trackers have found.AN ASTEROID taller than the Great Pyramid of Giza is flying towards Earth at breakneck speeds of around 16,800mph (27,036km/h), NASA’s asteroid trackers have found.

Asteroid alert: A space rock taller than Pyramids is barreling towards Earth at 16,800mph | Science | News | Express.co.uk

NASA is fighting an uphill battle when it comes to tracking potentially dangerous asteroids.NASA is fighting an uphill battle when it comes to tracking potentially dangerous asteroids.

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QUB Professor Alan Fitzsimmons calls for amateur astronomers to join a space mission that could save Earth.QUB Professor Alan Fitzsimmons calls for amateur astronomers to join a space mission that could save Earth.

Belfast's Prof Fitzsimmons calls for help from amateur astronomers - BBC News

A relatively huge asteroid, one thought to be so large that it could potentially dwarf the Great Pyramid of Giza, is set to shoot past Earth today, NASA has just announced. The formidable space rock ...A relatively huge asteroid, one thought to be so large that it could potentially dwarf the Great Pyramid of Giza, is set to shoot past Earth today, NASA has just announced. The formidable space rock ...

A 623-Foot Asteroid Will Cruise By Earth Today At 40,000 MPH, Two Days After It Was Discovered

In a recent warning issued by NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration),  it has warned that an asteroid over half as big as the Statue of Liberty could anytime collide with Earth in a couple of years from now. The Earth’s atmosphere is not much capable of stopping the space rock from causing an impact […]

NASA Issues Warning: 177 Foot Asteriod Could Anytime Hit Earth At A Speed Of 98000kph

In a recent warning issued by NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration),  it has warned…In a recent warning issued by NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration),  it has warned that an asteroid over half as big as the Statue of Liberty could anytime collide with Earth in a couple of years from now. The Earth’s atmosphere is not much capable of stopping the space rock from causing an impact […]

NASA Issues Warning: 177 Foot Asteriod Could Anytime Hit Earth At A Speed Of 98000kph

Both space rocks could cause major damage if they crashed into our planet.Both space rocks could cause major damage if they crashed into our planet.

Nasa spots two asteroids which could be doomed to smash into Earth | Metro News