Tags » Space Debris

The Geminid Meteor Shower dusts past us this weekend -- here's how to see it

by Melanie Lien, Editor in Chief

Each December, the Geminid Meteor Shower passes through, peppering the night sky for days with up to 120 meteors at its peak. 449 more words


The Earth's *other* satellites

We all know the Earth has one moon, right?


Well, it sure seems like an obvious answer.  Sure, there are a bazillion artificial satellites, and probably some dust and stuff, but the Moon is our only moon.   968 more words


What's Wrong with this Picture?

Evidently the power elite haven’t been satisfied with just raping and pillaging the earth’s environment and peoples, now they have also raped and pillaged the outer space surrounding the earth. 592 more words


A meteor has been sited in Japan

There is a video of it here.  The video is showing the same meteor from a couple of different views.  It is called a “fireball” meteor.   149 more words


Update on Research in Space Debris & Law

Since Spring 2014, I have had the privilege of conducting an extensive independent study under the guidance of NASA astronaut and Columbia Professor Mike Massimino, whose support has been unmatched.  502 more words