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how do you congratulate the birth of a baby, while supporting the murder of babies...

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"But if space scientists become aware of the threat of a hazardous asteroid early enough, they might be able to give it enough of a nudge to knock it off its disastrous course, long before it approached Earth. That's the idea behind NASA's Double Asteroid Redirection Test, known as DART. It's a spacecraft that's set to launch in 2021, on course to deliberately smash into an asteroid in the fall of 2022."

"It will be the first-ever asteroid deflection test," said Megan Bruck Syal, a physicist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California and member of the DART team. She points out that there could be tens of thousands of asteroids as big as DART's target, and the majority of them haven't been discovered, let alone tracked, yet."

https://abcnews.go.com/Technology/inside...d=62909398
(05-08-2019, 06:58 PM)psychopath slayer Wrote: [ -> ][Image: Screenshot-20190508-174927-Samsung-Internet.jpg]


"But if space scientists become aware of the threat of a hazardous asteroid early enough, they might be able to give it enough of a nudge to knock it off its disastrous course, long before it approached Earth. That's the idea behind NASA's Double Asteroid Redirection Test, known as DART. It's a spacecraft that's set to launch in 2021, on course to deliberately smash into an asteroid in the fall of 2022."

"It will be the first-ever asteroid deflection test," said Megan Bruck Syal, a physicist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California and member of the DART team. She points out that there could be tens of thousands of asteroids as big as DART's target, and the majority of them haven't been discovered, let alone tracked, yet."

https://abcnews.go.com/Technology/inside...d=62909398


"Hayabusa2 isn't the first deep-space bomber. In 2005, for example, NASA's Deep Impact probe barreled into Comet Tempel 1, to help scientists better understand comet composition. And in 2010, NASA's LCROSS mission slammed an impactor into a crater near the moon's south pole, revealing significant amounts of water there."

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.space.c...photo.html
(05-08-2019, 06:58 PM)psychopath slayer Wrote: [ -> ][Image: Screenshot-20190508-174927-Samsung-Internet.jpg]


"But if space scientists become aware of the threat of a hazardous asteroid early enough, they might be able to give it enough of a nudge to knock it off its disastrous course, long before it approached Earth. That's the idea behind NASA's Double Asteroid Redirection Test, known as DART. It's a spacecraft that's set to launch in 2021, on course to deliberately smash into an asteroid in the fall of 2022."

"It will be the first-ever asteroid deflection test," said Megan Bruck Syal, a physicist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California and member of the DART team. She points out that there could be tens of thousands of asteroids as big as DART's target, and the majority of them haven't been discovered, let alone tracked, yet."

https://abcnews.go.com/Technology/inside...d=62909398

double asteroid, wonder which one it could be...
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The research suggests that an asteroid wouldn't break apart as drastically as previous models suggested, and that in the aftermath of the attempted destruction, the asteroid's gravity would be strong enough to pull the fragments back together.


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https://www.space.com/asteroids-hard-to-...jzAvcBQ_rE

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"For some time, NASA has been working on an asteroid-deflection strategy and will soon launch a test mission to asteroid 65803 Didymos — a pair made of a smaller object called Didymoon that orbits around the larger 780-meter Didymos asteroid."

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.zmescie...52543/amp/
(05-07-2019, 05:05 PM)psychopath slayer Wrote: [ -> ]executive privilege he says...

The House Intelligence Committee oversees all or part of the following executive branch departments and agencies:

Office of the Director of National Intelligence
Central Intelligence Agency
Defense Intelligence Agency
Department of Defense
Department of Energy
Department of Homeland Security
Department of Justice
Department of State
Department of Treasury
Drug Enforcement Administration
Federal Bureau of Investigation
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
National Reconnaissance Office
National Security Agency
Office of Naval IntelligenceTwenty-Fifth Air Force
United States Army Intelligence and Security Command
United States Coast Guard Intelligence
Marine Corps Intelligence Activity

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_S...telligence

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amoral leadership would be the deep state


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