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Tropical Storm Earl bears down on Mexico, Belize and Honduras.

NASA warns of asteroid that could hit Earth causing ‘immense suffering and death’

Bennu can be seen every six years from Earth – but in 2135 it is expected to pass between us and the Moon. That could tweak its orbit and set it on a direct course for our planet.

Bennu can be seen every six years from Earth – but in 2135 it is expected to pass between us and the Moon. That could tweak its orbit and set it on a direct course for our planet.

NASA scientists have issued a stark warning over an asteroid that could hit the Earth causing “immense suffering and death”.  The space agency is sending a probe to collect rock samples from the asteroid dubbed ‘Bennu’.  Bennu can be seen every six years from Earth – but in 2135 it is expected to pass between us and the Moon.  That could tweak its orbit and set it on a direct course for our planet.  Experts fear that such a change will result in mass destruction, with Nasa investigator Dante Lauretta warning: “It may be destined to cause immense suffering and death…

 

Tropical Storm Earl bears down on Mexico, Belize and Honduras

The governments of Mexico, Belize and Honduras have issued storm warnings as a weather system that has already caused at least six deaths was designated a tropical storm by the US National Hurricane Center.  Tropical Storm Earl intensified on Tuesday, and is expected to move west, hammering parts of Central America with strong winds and heavy rain.  Dennis Feltgen, a spokesman for the US National Hurricane Center, called the storm conditions a “triple threat” for the expected wind, rainfall and rising seas…

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