ESA Director General marks Asteroid Day 2016
ESA Director General Jan Woerner sends a message to mark Asteroid Day 2016, an annual global movement to increase public awareness of potential asteroid impacts with Earth, and the importance of guarding against them. It is held each year on 30 June, the anniversary of the largest impact in recent history, the 1908 Tunguska event in Siberia.
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I love it when science is like "we're just going to smash this thing into another thing as fast a possible to see what happens".
Achja, das schönste ESA-Englisch mal wieder 😉
?How come the dinners have disappeared
[HUMOR] 3½ years late for the 2012-12-20 Asteroid Strike Day "bring your own hammer."
Thank you Mr. Woerner for focusing on the need to take asteroids seriously. Unfortunately you're right: Bruce Willis probably will not be able to save us the next time around.:)