Weekly Earth News Round Up: October 9th

Earth is Weaker; Most Want Climate Change Policies; and Flat Earther Challenged by NASA

The topic of planet earth is always top-of-mind in the media. Whether it’s coverage about Earth Day, new environmental legislation, or the latest earth-imaging innovations, there is no shortage of stories to keep on top of – which can be overwhelming. This is why Voices.Earth is providing all of the actionable earth news you need in one place with our Weekly Earth News Round Up. 

Earth Is Physically Weaker Than Previously Thought

There have been longstanding questions as to how physically strong the Earth is, now recent research suggests it’s weaker than we thought.

Most Americans Want Climate Change Policies

Most Americans want their government to do more to address climate change, according to a new poll.

The Best U.S. Cities to Live In to Escape the Worst Effects of Climate Change

You may want to consider moving to one of these cities to avoid the worst effects of a warmer planet.

Asteroid to Come Close to Earth

A small steroid approaching Earth is set to make a relatively close pass this week when it flies by at about one-eighth of the distance to the moon. 

How Does the ISS Travel Around the Earth?

Does the ISS (International Space Station) also rotate along with Earth, or does it stay at one point in space? Forbes answers this question here.

Hexagon Acquires Geospatial Information Visualization Specialist Luciad

Hexagon has announced the acquisition of Luciad, a Belgium-based software company specializing in the visualization and analysis of real-time geospatial information.

NASA Astronauts Provide a Perfect Response to B.o.B’s GoFundMe to Prove the Earth is Flat

Several renowned NASA astronauts have recently denounced rapper B.o.B’s GoFundMe campaign to prove the Earth is flat.

Cool .Earth Site Alert: Consciouscreations.Earth

Please be sure to check out Consciouscreations.Earth, an e-commerce website that offers handcrafted crystal skull jewelry.

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