There is some good news this week. NASA officials say Planet Earth is safe from being hit by an asteroid that scientists have been studying for years. According to NASA Asteroid Apophis will not be slamming into planet Earth within the next 100 years...
You should be able to spot the International Space Station in the East Texas sky several days next week around 6 am. And this Friday, you'll be able to watch from the couch as the astronauts do a real live spacewalk.
This might be the most interesting side hustle ever. With NASA is opening up astronaut applications to the general public, you could go from a desk job in Tyler to outer space in a matter of months. But there is one catch.
Tonight is the night that a mountain-sized space rock will barely miss the earth. Barely miss in a space sense that is.The asteroid 2004 BL86, as it is known to NASA, will become the largest space rock of its kind to zoom safely by the Earth until 2027.