Instant Index: Presidential Support for 'Asteroid Rodeo'

David Muir reveals the top stories that have people buzzing this week.
1:01 | 04/06/13

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Transcript for Instant Index: Presidential Support for 'Asteroid Rodeo'
weekend. The president will reportedly announce his support next week for what some call the asteroid rodeo, $100 million plan to use a lasso to capture an asteroid in space. This animation from nasa, which had been planning a robotic spaceship to capture it, they're aiming for one 25 feet wide, scientists hope to drag it around orbit around the moon to study its composition. This honus wagner card sold for $2.1 million, originally released in 1909 by the american tobacco company, this evening it holds the record, the most money ever paid for a baseball card at auction. And from something old to something new tonight, a first glimpse here at how those google glasses are supposed to work. What's being called augmented reality eyewear, putting a transparent computer screen in front of your eyes, you walk around wearing them. So far 8,000 americans are trying them out. If see someone stumbling toward you on the street, you're forewarned.

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