Friday, August 2, 2019

Four for Fridays!

Good morning everyone I hope you enjoyed the week with nice weather. I know I am posting this really early but Drew has been working 50 to 60 hours a week lately. Here are your questions!

1) What kind of music do you like to listen to?

2) Who is your favorite band or singer?

3) Is there a band or singer you like to listen to more than others?

4) What was the last concert you remember going to?

Have a great weekend!

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Monday, July 29, 2019

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Astronomers Stunned After 'City-Killer' Asteroid 'Snuck Up On Us Pretty Quickly'

A giant 'city-killer' asteroid that just whizzed past earth seemingly appeared "out of nowhere" has stunned astronomers after only being discovered last week, days before it flew within around 45,000 miles from earth - or less than 20% of the distance to the moon, according to the Washington Post.

"I was stunned," said Alan Duffy - lead scientist at the Royal Institution of Australia. "This was a true shock."
This asteroid wasn’t one that scientists had been tracking, and it had seemingly appeared from “out of nowhere,” Michael Brown, a Melbourne-based observational astronomer, told The Washington Post. According to data from NASA, the craggy rock was large, an estimated 57 to 130 meters wide (187 to 427 feet), and moving fast along a path that brought it within about 73,000 kilometers (45,000 miles) of Earth. That’s less than one-fifth of the distance to the moon and what Duffy considers “uncomfortably close.” -Washington Post
"It snuck up on us pretty quickly," said Michael Brown, an associate professor at Australia's Monash University School of Physics and Astronomy, adding later "People are only sort of realizing what happened pretty much after it’s already flung past us."

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