1. Asteroid shock: NASA discovery could prove humans can survive in space  Express.co.uk
  2. 4-Kilometer Planet-Killer Asteroid Headed Towards Earth In 2020, May Cause Human Extinction  International Business Times
  3. Asteroid Apophis: Space Rock 'God of Chaos' To Hit Earth Soon, Here’s Exact Location Of Impact  News Nation
  4. Asteroid danger: NASA admits Earth is 'in shooting gallery' - 'Could lay waste to planet'  Express.co.uk
  5. NASA Asteroid 2019: 2 NEOs Likely To Explode In Earth's Sky On Wednesday  International Business Times
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SCIENTISTS have shared a shocking new discovery about asteroids that could lead to human “habitability in space”.SCIENTISTS have shared a shocking new discovery about asteroids that could lead to human “habitability in space”.

Asteroid shock: NASA discovery could prove humans can survive in space | Science | News | Express.co.uk

Michael Horn revealed that the impact of asteroid Apophis will kill millions of people instantlyMichael Horn revealed that the impact of asteroid Apophis will kill millions of people instantly

Asteroid Apophis could hit this place on earth, expert reveals

Asteroid Apophis is also known as ‘God of Chaos’. Michael Horn revealed that the Apophis would definitely hit Earth and cause mass destruction wherever it hit. Horn further claimed that he and his team have narrowed down the area to between the North Sea and the Black Sea. Asteroid Apophis is also known as ‘God of Chaos’. Michael Horn revealed that the Apophis would definitely hit Earth and cause mass destruction wherever it hit. Horn further claimed that he and his team have narrowed down the area to between the North Sea and the Black Sea.

Asteroid Apophis: Space Rock 'God of Chaos' To Hit Earth Soon, Here’s Exact Location Of Impact - News Nation

A ROGUE asteroid bigger than the Empire State Building is set to skim past Earth this week. The monster space rock dubbed 2000 QW7 will whizz past us at over 14,000 miles per hour.A ROGUE asteroid bigger than the Empire State Building is set to skim past Earth this week. The monster space rock dubbed 2000 QW7 will whizz past us at over 14,000 miles per hour on Saturday. Ther…

Nasa asteroid alert as space rock bigger than the Empire State Building to skim past Earth this week

“This cloud formation looks like an asteroid about to hit Earth. I would poop in my pants if I saw this.”

Antonio Paris on Twitter: "This cloud formation looks like an asteroid about to hit Earth. I would poop in my pants if I saw this.… "

“Ans. to Riddle 109. Why do we need Jupiter? Without Jupiter to help clean out the early solar system of asteroid debris, the earth would have been struck repeatedly by them, making life impossible. So Jupiter is like a cosmic vacuum cleaner, clearing the way for life to form.”

Dr. Michio Kaku on Twitter: "Ans. to Riddle 109. Why do we need Jupiter? Without Jupiter to help clean out the early solar system of asteroid debris, the earth would have been struck repeatedly by them, making life impossible. So Jupiter is like a cosmic vacuum cleaner, clearing the way for life to form."

“NASA: On a Mission, NASAJPL's award-winning podcast, returns for a new season all about asteroids! ☄️ They'll visit missions and observatories studying these space rocks and hear from scientists charged with protecting Earth. 🎧 📲 Listen and subsc…”

Chad Franzen WSAW on Twitter: "NASA: On a Mission, NASAJPL's award-winning podcast, returns for a new season all about asteroids! ☄️ They'll visit missions and observatories studying these space rocks and hear from scientists charged with protecting Earth. 🎧 📲 Listen and subsc… https://t.co/9aatJFBP2l"

“Lovely FOIA-based scoop. An Asteroid This Big Hadn’t Flown Close To Earth In A Century. Here’s How NASA Scientists Almost Missed It. https://t.co/Kb8pLsUjYr via @dvergano @JasonLeopold”

Aditya Kalra on Twitter: "Lovely FOIA-based scoop. An Asteroid This Big Hadn’t Flown Close To Earth In A Century. Here’s How NASA Scientists Almost Missed It. https://t.co/Kb8pLsUjYr via @dvergano @JasonLeopold"