IN a recent NEO confirmationÂ report released on April 17,2010Â by theÂ International Astronomical Search Collaboration signed by Dr.Patrick Miller of Department of Mathematics & Astronomy, Holland School of Science & Mathematics, Hardin and Simmons University,Abilene,Texas and also the Director ofÂ I.A.S.C, stated that Dr.Alphonsus Ekwerike from Science Medicine Research Institute,Dallas-Texas,USAÂ confirmedÂ the cometÂ C/2010 H1.
This confirmation of a near-Earth object is important because it is this type of object that has the potential of hitting the Earth, said Dr.Patrick Miller, while congratulating Dr.A.Ekwerike and Science Medicine Research Institute for playing a vital study role in saving the earth and lives in it.
Dr.Alphonsus Ekwerike is also the discoverer of Neurosquatemetry & Sciencemedicine research based Professions.
Science Medicine Research Institute , a research participant in the NASA WISE Asteroid Search Campaign and IASC (â€œIsaacâ€) is a collaboration of Hardin-Simmons University (Abilene, TX), Lawrence Hall of Science (University of California at Berkeley),
Astronomical Research Institute (Westfield, IL), Global Hands-On Universe Association (Portugal), Sierra Stars Observatory Network (Markleeville, CA), Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer (NASA), Tarleton State University (Stephenville, TX), The Faulkes Telescope Project (Wales), and Astrometrica (Austria).