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Book review -“If an Asteroid Falls on Kolkata,India” by Tanushree Chowdhury

This blog post is a sequel to the previous post on the special Writing Project organized by Chinthaka Nanayakkara focusing on World Asteroid Day on 30th June 2020. [caption id="attachment_4323" align="aligncenter" width="225"] Image Courtesy : asteroidday.org[/caption] If you have not

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Comets

So, what’s difference between a Comet and an Asteroid I hear you say? Good question. Well, let's start with what they both have in common. They both orbit the sun, and most likely in other systems orbit other sun’s. They

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Ceres

  Let's know a little about the first Asteroid discovered by our scientists back in 1801! It is called Ceres (don't confuse it with the ancient Roman goddess of Agriculture!) and it is the bulkiest and roundest object in the

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4 Vesta

Do you enjoy watching the rugby game? If you do, then there is no need to explain to you about that strange shape of the rugby ball the players use. Yeah, it is not round; it is oval shaped,  and

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The Four Big Asteroids

Hey asteroid lovers! We are bringing up another interesting article for you to enjoy at your leisure time! So far now, we have identified the two largest asteroids in the Main Asteroid Belt: Ceres and Vesta.   Above is a

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