Posts Tagged ‘Autobots’

Optimus Prime Change

It’s 11:30 Pacific Time on a beautiful Friday morning and asteroid 2012 DU14 just passed by the earth without incident. DU14 actually passed closer than some of our weather satellites, just over 17,000 miles above the earth’s surface. NASA was livestreaming video from Australia: http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/index.html.

The far bigger news, though, is the meteorite that hurt hundreds of people in Russia. This unexpected visitor from outer space– ironically arriving hours before the unrelated asteroid– had such a powerful shock wave that it blew out windows, blew open doors, set off alarms, and even knocked down a wall in a factory. (more…)

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“We are not alone, are we?”

In the trailer for Transformers: Dark of the Moon, mission control asks astronaut Neil Armstrong this question as he and Buzz Aldrin investigate a crashed spacecraft on the lunar surface. The camera dives into the wreckage where we see an old Autobot lying lifeless—until one of his eyes lights up. Clearly, in this version of the Apollo 11 mission, we are not alone. (more…)

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