Asteroid

Gallery Article by Kees Kuyper on Apr 1 2013

 

NESA saved the earth!  In the wake of the asteroid that passed the earth came a smaller asteroid on a collision course to the earth.

So NESA send out a spaceship from The NESA spacestation to intercept it This succeeded and the asteroid was burnt off course by a solar powered laser.

 

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Pictures show NESA astronauts proudly looking how the earth passes by.  When the asteroid was much bigger they could have made a round trip but not this time.  In reality I was walking along the beach on my Frisian holiday island Vlieland when I saw the strange sight of a floating rock in the sea.

I could grab it and took it home for photographs.  It must be filled with gas bubbles so it must be of volcanic origin, but where it came from I don't know.

Kees Kuyper

      

Photos and text by Kees Kuyper