Summer nights are great for stargazing. Since I’ll be spending a few weeks with my parents in West Texas, I’ll have even more opportunity for viewing the heavens. So I thought I’d start the week off with a bit of astronomical geekery.
Most people heard that an asteroid came near (in astronomical terms) the earth last week. But did you know that the asteroid had its own orbiting moon? How awesome is that? Also, NASA has plans to kidnap an asteroid. I’m pretty sure that’s a violation of galactic law.
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The June skymap is available; go enjoy the sky!