‘Extraordinary’ footage shows one of the closest known approaches of a near-Earth object — On 26 Jan. 2023, asteroid 2023 BU was about 2,200 miles above the surface of the Earth

‘Bolt from the blue’ is a dangerous form of lighting that travels away from clouds for miles, before striking down — Photographs by storm chaser Mike O’Neill capture this phenomenon, for a visual story about a lightning hotspot

World’s Longest Conveyor Belt System – 61 Miles Long

Car Preheating Produces More Particulate Emissions Than Driving Dozens of Miles

Moon, a doomed humpback whale with her spine broken by a vessel strike, swims 3,000 miles doing breaststroke

NASA's Orion photographed the Earth and Moon from a quarter-million miles away | Engadget

History-Making Event: Orion Goes the (Max) Distance – 268,563 Miles From Earth

NASA’s Orion spacecraft flies by the moon, 81 miles above the surface

Artemis I Retrograde Orbit: NASA’s Orion Spacecraft Will Travel 40,000 Miles Beyond the Moon

See a Solar Snake Slither Across the Sun’s Surface – At 380,000 Miles per Hour

Climate change is extending the lifetime of space debris. A new study found that the density of the thermosphere will decrease by 30-35% at an altitude of 250 miles over the next few decades. That loss of drag would increase the lifetime of space debris in LEO by 30% compared to 2000.

Enormous river discovered beneath Antarctica is nearly 300 miles long

15 Miles in Diameter – Asteroid That Formed Earth’s Largest Crater Bigger Than Previously Believed

In Photos: See Mysterious ‘Wet Moon’ Europa From Just 219 Miles Above As NASA’s Juno Spacecraft Gets Rare Close Look

DART impact gave asteroid Dimorphos a debris tail thousands of miles long

Dinosaur-Killing Asteroid Produced Global Tsunamis Up to 2.8 Miles High

Smacked asteroid's debris trail more than 6,000 miles long

DART impact gave asteroid Dimorphos a debris tail thousands of miles long (stunning photo)

Dinosaur-killing asteroid triggered global tsunami that scoured seafloor thousands of miles from impact site

The DART spacecraft slammed into an asteroid last night at 14,000 miles per hour, capturing these breathtaking images during its final approach.