Something is moving around the asteroid

All the space agencies have registered strange movements around the asteroid. It seems that a smaller craft has departed from a hidden portal and is now heading towards the Earth. Read more


Gravity tractor to divert the asteroid

To deviate the asteroid there is also a gravity tractor project: a spacecraft that would be positioned a few hundred meters from the celestial body, which would change its route using the force of gravity of the asteroid. Read more


Other methods to divert the asteroid

To save us by the asteroid, some scientists propose solar sails or motors with plasma engines to push it sideways. Read more


Deflect the asteroid's course

Most astronomers believe that it’s not sufficient deflect the course of the asteroid. Some are proposing the launch of a solar mirror to heat the water contained in the rock of the asteroid, which would shift its trajectory producing a cosmic/hevenly comets tail. Read more


The absolute darkness after the fall of the asteroid

About 12 hours after the impact, the dust cloud of debris, will climb to the upper atmosphere completely surrounding the Earth, which would prevent sunlight from reaching the surface. There would be absolute darkness that could even last for thousands of years. Read more


The risk is that the asteroid wipes out life from Earth

When the asteroid will fall, this debris, thanks to the friction with the air, will not be pulverized, so it would overheat the sky bringing the outside temperature to over 1,000 degrees and making the earth's surface below incandescent, destroying all forms of life remaining outdoors. Read more


The catastrophes that the asteroid would cause

The shock wave will probably unleash winds of up to 3,000 km/h and waves hundreds of meters high, which will pour over the neighboring continents. After the impact, the secondary landslides would produce a series of tsunamis with the same devastating power. Read more


What will happen if the asteroid falls in the ocean?

If the asteroid should fall into the ocean, it will immediately vaporize the surrounding water, creating a large crater 20 times its diameter. Read more


How dangerous is the asteroid?

The asteroid approaching the Earth will ionize the atmospheric gases, making them glow. Then we will see a huge projectile falling down on us. Read more


What will happen if the asteroid falls to Earth?

If the asteroid should it hit the Earth's surface, the consequences could be the dire: it could put an end to all forms of life. According to the astronomers, the asteroid should reach Earth in few days. Read more


We have 96% of possibilities that we are hit by the asteroid

The asteroid's trajectory is erratic and difficult to monitor. It currently has a 96% chance of hitting the Earth. We don't know its nature, but we're certain that it's solid and this excludes the possibility of it disintegrating when it enters the atmosphere. Read more


Shall we really worry about the asteroid?

The interviews with scientists, astronomers and science communicators follow on back to back. It seems that the pundits are competing to terrorize us. They are explaining in detail what will be happening before, during and after the impact. Read more


How big is this dangerous asteroid?

According to the astronomers it is an asteroid or maybe even a planetoid that is not within the classifications adopted so far. It is not easy to measure, but it is expected to be very large, about one-sixth of the Moon. Read more


The asteroid seems invisible

There is a celestial body that is moving dangerously close to our planet. It has not been possible to identify it because it has an unknown structure that makes it invisible to even our most advanced means. Read more


Why does no one care about the asteroid?

On the internet I just see reassuring words about this threat coming from space. It's impossible to see the asteroid that will destroy us, therefore it might not exist, so why should we bother? Read more


Are we going to be destroyed by the asteroid?

According to Tom Wilson it is an asteroid composed of an unknown material capable of neither absorbing or reflecting light, Stealthy filtering it almost imperceptibly. The invisible asteroid is heading toward Earth at high speed. And if it strikes us it could destroy all known forms of life. Read more


The unusual features of the asteroid

The structure of the asteroid is unknown, it seems even impossible to measure it accurately. This is not the usual stray rock fragment or a cloud of condensed gas. Read more


Un unknown celestial body: the discovery of Tom Wilson

This morning, Tom Wilson, one of the astronomers scrutinizing the depths of space with the Hari radio-telescope, posted a video in which he demonstrates that the shadow on the moon cannot be projected by an artifact of terrestrial nature. On the contrary, by a celestial body with features never seen before. Read more


Which object casts the shadow?

The lunar shadow is full of mystery: its origin remains unknown. The findings have multiplied, but even the most powerful astronomical observation posts cannot identify the object that casts it. Read more


A strange shadow on the Moon

It all started three days ago. There was a blurry photo and caption quoting an unknown Norwegian astronomer who claimed to have discovered, documented a slight shadow that was moving on the Imbrium sea. Yeah, well, on the Moon. Read more


What is happening? Ask to the telescope Hari

The Hari telescope was named in honor of Hari Seldon, one of Isaac Asimov's fictional characters who, thanks to his knowledge of science, was able to accurately predict the far off events of thousands of years to come. Read more