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Meteoroid is a play-list style player for movie, audio and so on.Plural windows can be shown.You can toggle drawer (play-list) by pushing button or...
Greetings, New Recruit.You have been commissioned by the Galactic Federation to destroy meteoroids that are hurdling towards the planet...
Control a ship and shoot all the alien invaders.
Destroy Metroid and Survive the meteoroid shower
Be prepared to take control of your flight Remo in this exciting and amazing game from your command center. Meteoroids flying over the place and...
Flyers is an exciting game of racing in the space. Your aim is to keep your ship safe from the falling asteroids & meteoroid. Select your favorite...
Falling Space Rocks is an addictive missile defense style game. Protect your city by launching rockets at the meteoroids falling from the sky....
Ready to pilot your space craft through galaxy?
Enjoy amazing view of a meteor shower.
The May Camelopardalids could make a fantastic debut in the night skies over North America Friday night. Here's what you need to know to take in the show.
A Norwegian skydiver appears to have an extremely close call with a falling meteorite, which fortunately wasn't on fire at the time.
Known for its massive fireballs and displaying more than 100 meteors per hour, the impressive Geminid show is not to be missed.
This month, a spectacular sight is coming to the nighttime sky. Here's the lowdown on how you can catch a glimpse of the Perseids.
NASA has its eye on the moon as a boulder-size meteoroid crashes into the lunar surface with a force equal to 5 tons of TNT.
A meteoroid crashing into the surface of the moon caused an explosion so big, it was visible from Earth to the naked eye.
NASA will provide live video of the event, as well as a live chat with Bill Cooke, head of NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office.
A NASA representative tells the Associated Press that the bright object seen by many along the East Coast of the U.S. last night may well have been a meteor.
The shocking sight of a meteor over Russia this morning was captured in dramatic fashion by many cameras.
We've never seen an object this big get so close to Earth. Get ready for Friday's rendezvous with asteroid 2012 DA14.