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NASA’s Hubble Telescope Captures a Rare Metal Asteroid Worth 70,000 Times the Global Economy – Robb Report

The metallic rarity is valued at $10,000,000,000,000,000,000.



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Humans just got one more reason to journey to outer space. There’s a rare asteroid the size of Massachusetts orbiting between Mars and Jupiter, and it’s worth an estimated $10,000 quadrillion.
The rarity, known as 16 Psyche, was actually discovered back in 1852, but NASA’s Hubble Telescope has finally given earth-dwellers a closer look. The new study, which was published this week in The Planetary Science Journal, indicates that asteroid’s composition is key to its astronomical value.
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