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  • rebpreacher
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    Honest to Pete, they FINALLY got it on Nasa. Whoopie. Duh.

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  • rebpreacher
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    I swear, some people who THINK they are smart, are really dumb as an ox.
    Nasa better get on the damn ball. I didn't want an interview with people who'd been on the spacestation!



    Originally posted by Mountain Man View Post
    The ultimate brilliant comment by NASA:

    "The meteor strike was not caused by an asteroid."

    http://www.foxnews.com/science/2013/...cientist-says/

    No , Mr. Wizard.

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  • Mountain Man
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    The ultimate brilliant comment by NASA:

    "The meteor strike was not caused by an asteroid."

    http://www.foxnews.com/science/2013/...cientist-says/

    No , Mr. Wizard.

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  • rebpreacher
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    When I got home after hearing this on the radio, I couldn't find ANYTHING to tell me s**t about this. Not even NASA, they were talking to people who'd been on the space station.
    Not even this new news channel RT had anything. All them and CNN had was a blurb in the crawl along the bottom.
    I heard more in 3 minutes on my local news than anywhere else.

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  • PhilipLaos
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    Live Video Feed: NASA TV

    NASA will stream live views of the asteroid via Ustream and NASA TV. The video feed will start at 2 p.m. EST, about a half hour before the asteroid is at its closest approach. NASA will host a 30-minute webcast at noon EST to show real-time animation of the asteroid's location.


    The Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala. will also host a separate video feed on its Ustream account.

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