The NEOShield Catching Comets Contest WINNERS!
And the winners are…
The NEOShield Project Team is VERY glad to release the list of the Catching Comets Contest WINNERS!
We also want to thank each space enthusiast who participated in the contest. Thank you for your support! We really appreciate your contribution. Thank you for joining us!
So…the winners are:
- Rolando Ligustri (Comet PanSTARRS)
Chelyabinsk meteorite: a part of a greater celestial body
(Image:Aleksandr Kondratuk/RIA Novosti)
After studying the chemical composition of the Chelyabinsk meteorite’s fragments scientists asserted the meteorite was part of a 7,500-diameter-inches celestial body. Researchers sustain the meteorite which exploded above Chelyabinsk came off from the supermassive asteroid just after a collision with another NEO occurred 250 million years ago.
The meteorite which blew up on the Russian sky on
The NEOShield Catching Comets Contest continues!
The NEOShield Catching Comets Contest continues! The NEOShield team has decided to prolong the contest because of the bad weather conditions. So, you can still participate!
Unfortunately the weather was not really good last week so we decided to change the time until you can send your photos from May 26 to June 2, 2014.
The winners will be proclaimed on June the
A brand new meteor-impact crater on Mars
As the image above shows the Mars Color Imager (MARCI) camera on NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter shot a brand new meteor-impact crater on Mars last March 20, 2014.
After an intense explosion in the Martian sky an asteroid impacted on the Red Planet creating a large new