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NASA to Build Telescope to Find Killer Asteroids: Finding Hope for an Uncertain Future

While many are focusing on the “whistleblower” complaint against President Trump that was made public yesterday, NASA is responding to an issue that is celestial but could become terrestrial: the space agency is moving forward with plans to launch a telescope that could detect asteroids on a collision course with Earth. Why is such a telescope essential?

<em>Time</em> Magazine Denies Climate Change Deniers: Why 'Settled Science' Won’t Get Us Anywhere

On Friday, tens of thousands of students around the world staged a walk out, leaving their classes to demand action on climate change. Well, some students walked out. Many school districts, including across the state of New York, just gave students the day off to join in the protests. It’s still unclear how many students joined the protests and how many enjoyed an extra day off.