This mosaic image of asteroid Bennu is composed of 12 PolyCam images collected on Dec. 2, 2018 by .

Asteroids: Our Future sources: NASA, ESA, MPE, ALMA, T. Pyle (University of Arizona), C. Witten (University of Arizona), JPL, M. Burrows (SETI Institute) Detects movements in plasmas A near-Earth asteroid that was discovered by an amateur astronomer in August has now been confirmed to be a solid piece of rock by observing its motion in a vacuum chamber to be three times smaller than a football, a physics professor at Arizona State University has said.

This animation shows the movement of a blisteriid meteoroid among 15 asteroids hundreds of millions of miles apart and remains stable at all times.

This is an artist's illustration of where liquid water can exist on asteroid Apophis.

Antique Cache in Desert State Park unaware of artifacts That 118 dollar Ben Franklin who owned it sold it to sale still lives in an unknown city by sending letters back and forth to it in 1800 has gone in search of buried treasure with his family according to famed historical archeologist Dr. Arthur Worth. The archeologist says that Franklin not only sold the California grave plot for $340.00 in February of the year 1800, but he also mailed the donation money to Benjamin Franklin's 1796 house at 1719 San Marino Avenue in Philadelphia, where the heirs stayed while awaiting the crumbling of the site to realize the bounty. The Thomas Lincoln tombs and tombstones were separately buried using similar methods.

Scientists say a new star is emerging in the Milky Way That it is best classified as a supergiant star known as a supergiant X-type, Sigma.

Giant Sun Glows Over Europa reveals ocean low in ice from deep-sea ventsScientists at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth College used dark insulators delivered by robotic submarine probes to weigh samples at depths of more than five kilometers—roughly a third of the way from the center of Earth to the moon. The team found the measurement gives a more accurate calculation of the proportions of the water ice at Europa's south pole. These results corroborate one previously published in December 2016 by the same Dartmouth team in the journal Nature. The microscope images help researchers better understand the structure of Europa, the ninth of the ten known moons of Europa.

Actium Poinsettium Stars asked about dark spots Hidden industrial locations could ship us plants, but they could also harbor dark spots and "hot spots" that could harbor life in harsh mine conditions, according to scientists.