Mighty bursts and nudged moonlets.
Labs, telescopes and a couple of asteroid crashes.
Say farewell to summer with news from the skies.
The month that had it all. Firsts in space exploration, fantastic maps of the sky, extraterrestrials.
Superconductivity, asteroids, disappointments and new hopes. Also, alien invasions, diamonds and lasers.
What a month… from the sky to the labs. Dazzling stuff from asteroids, supergiant stars, the Higgs and other cool-sounding particles.
Asteroid 1999 KW4 flew by us at about thirteen times the distance to moon, successfully monitored the whole time by the International Asteroid Warning System. What’s the big deal, you say? Its observation was part of the preparations for something you’re gonna like.