While we are celebrating here on Earth, giant asteroids in outer space may be heading for our planet - and astronaut Ed @astroEdLu Lu knows what to do about them. Find out here: https://t.co/l1aAgOO0ph— SophieCo (@SophieCo_RT) 2018年1月2日
Most killer asteroids flying towards Earth currently impossible to detect - ex-astronaut Ed Lu RT — SophieCo
Giant asteroids like the one that killed the dinosaurs don’t cross Earth’s path very often, but smaller ones do all the time. Scientists are working on systems to deflect massive asteroids, but can they be trusted to stop Armageddon if it comes to it? And while the world’s governments can’t seem to cooperate to counter threats on Earth, are they taking the threat from space seriously enough? We ask Ed Lu, a former astronaut, physicist, and CEO of the B612 Foundation, which is dedicated to defense against asteroids.
ほんとうにこの世の終わりが来そうな世の中で終末論を楽しむ余裕はないラジよね。— PsycheRadio(水漏れ再発) (@marxindo) 2018年1月3日