4,580 degrees Fahrenheit: the surface temperature on exoplanet COROT-7b, one of the 10 worst places to live in the universe, according to NASA scientists
600 miles: the diameter of the largest known asteroid, Ceres (could an asteroid impact knock the moon into Earth?)
70 gigawatts: the power of a concept space laser that would vaporize incoming asteroids
50 percent: the reduction in suicide risk for men who drank two to four cups of coffee daily, in a new study
.01 millimeters: the smallest motion that the Leap Motion controller can track (see how two grade-school friends created the technology that could kill the computer interface as we know it)
11.5 million light-years: the distance to the spiral Sculptor Galaxy, which looks like a trippy watercolor painting in an image from the new Atacama Large Millimeter-submillimeter Array
10 days: the average time it took men to recover after heart surgery during the full moon, compared with 14 days during other parts of the moon cycle
2017: the year the U.S. Army may get a new surveillance blimp that can float at 10,000 feet for 30 days straight
20 hours: the time it takes this button-bashing robot to crack the passcode on an Android phone
3 million miles: about how close you could get to the sun before you died
2.2 billion years: the time creatures have been living on land, according to new fossil evidence (that's waaaay earlier than previously thought)
41 degrees Fahrenheit: the temperature of a special cap that could prevent hair loss if worn during chemotherapy
$35: the price of Google's new Chromecast device, a small streaming TV stick
@julia6: No one gives a sh!t
I find it to be true that given the right size of the asteroid, the distance between it and the moon and the speed by which it will accelerate, a asteroid approx. the size of the moon (or bigger) can definitely knock it towards an undetermined direction (not necessarily towards Earth) .
I really be upset if an asteroid came heralding towards the Earth and smacked it so hard, it then force the Earth to change its orbit and head toward the moon to the moons eventual demises.
~ Sincerely Werewolf, greatest admirer of the moon.
@ Wonder: That reminds me of a song... Warren Zevon – Werewolves of London.
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