NASA probe captures asteroid Bennu spewing debris

NASA probe captures asteroid Bennu spewing debris

NASA’s Osiris-REx spacecraft captured a close up image of asteroid Bennu, revealing the surface being volatile. The asteroid is spewing shards of debris that are either returning to its surface, orbiting around the asteroid or floating in space. Bennu is located between Earth and Mars where meteoroid impacts are common.

Clara
Clara
atlas shrugged
atlas shrugged 7 months

I'm not a scientist, but my best guess is climate change!

User Inactive
User Inactive 7 months

Rock on Bennu.🤘

America
America 7 months

@ the wired.com title: They got any peaceful practicioners of peaceful religions on that fancy rock?

Seekster
Seekster 7 months

Space has many mysteries.

michael zubas
michael zubas 7 months

DAMN! that looks cool. LOOK AT ALL THOSE RESOURCES!!!!!

porcus
porcus 7 months

Idiotic headlines - "scientists can't figure out why"... Probably because something hit it..

RJ of Cthulhu
RJ of Cthulhu 7 months

Damn Aliens! Humans first!!!

Joseph Cribari
Joseph Cribari 7 months

mine the fuq out of it

Unity.Nat
Unity.Nat 7 months

Makes sense. Most unstable rocks that fly through space tend to shed the surface as it rockets though the cosmos unopposed.

dutch news agency
dutch news agency 7 months

i am very sorry. but i do not believe anything about nasa they are fooling people for more than 50 years. there is no space untill there is real (not nasa cgi) proof. the moonlanding was faked for political reasons. nasa gets 53 million dollars every day ?? for what? nobody knows

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