Where is Asteroid Psyche – Live* tracker

This metallic asteroid worth $10,000 quadrillion is the target of a NASA mission to learn more about our own planet. Track it’s location live and see where the spacecraft has to go.

Asteroid 2006QV89 – Live* tracker

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This asteroid holds the top fourth spot on ESA’s Earth Impact Monitoring list. Track it’s location live and see where and when it will cross earth’s path.

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This asteroid holds the top second spot on ESA’s Earth Impact Monitoring list. Track it’s location live and see where and when it will cross earth’s path.

Where is Asteroid Didymos? Live* tracker

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Track mountain-size asteroid Didymos live*! The target of both NASA and ESA’s Missions called DART and HERA. Didymos is currently hurtling through space at 55,906 km/h (34,738 mph).

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Asteroid Bennu

Bennu’s size is 492m. When asteroids like this have a collision with Earth it can cause potentially huge damage, depending on the size. The United States currently has a Spacecraft at Bennu.

Where is 2009 JF1? Live* tracker

Everyone who has seen Michael Bay’s Armageddon probably worries at least one about asteroids ending all life on Earth. These are not unfounded worries. A large, well placed space rock can really do a lot of damage. The odds of this happening are generally quite small. Both Jupiter and the Moon protect us from the … Read more

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