- n. Plural form of asteroid.
“For example, knowing the composition of near Earth asteroids might be useful in determining if the mining these asteroids is a worthwhile endeavor.”
“There's interest in asteroids for a range of reasons ... for exploration, for pure science, resource utilization, as well as learning how to mitigate the threat from a sniping space rock that has its crosshairs on Earth.”
“William Herschel sanctioned this theory, and suggested the name asteroids for the tiny planets.”
“Many of those parts consist of stony-iron materials known as asteroids and many of these rocky bodies have yet to be discovered and could impact with Earth at any time.”
“In the previous post, I argued that the asteroids are our logical first choices for a space based civilization.”
“There are colonies on Mars, and the asteroids are a vital source of resources.”
“The asteroids are a substantial amount of real estate, but not very large.”
“The -- one of them -- And the asteroids is the one I really agree with there.”
“But cadet research teams were only supposed to catalog and tag asteroids in the outer red and green bands, because the turbulence of the magnetic field increased exponentially toward the gravity well.”
“Thus the asteroids are the natural mining lodes of the solar system, and the great magnetic catapults that Louie has thrown up on the face of the moon have begun firing replicator packages to various likely looking asteroids.”
Looking for tweets for asteroids.