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QUEST > collision
With all of the giant rocks flying around in space that can cross Earth's orbit and therefore be a impact threat, what are the odds of one hitting us?
on Sep 07, 2012 by Ben Burress from QUEST Northern California
We're approaching the Opposition of Jupiter, the time when Earth passes between the Sun and Jupiter, making the Earth-Jupiter distance its smallest.
on Aug 27, 2010 by Ben Burress
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