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Camera now measuring even fainter Near-Earth Objects
Planetary Society

Camera now measuring even fainter Near-Earth Objects

Posted by Bruce Betts 30-01-2015 19:03 CST Topics: near-Earth asteroids , Planetary Society Projects , asteroids , Shoemaker NEO Grants , optical telescopes This is part of a series of updates direct from ... Planetary Society, 3 hours ago
Asteroid Barely Missed Earth [Video] The Guardian Express, 2 days ago

Asteroid 2004 BL86: Surface Composition Study Made Possible By Asteroid's Proximity to Earth

05:31 AM EST An artist created a image of what the asteroid would look like as it passes 3.1 times the distance of the moon to Earth. (Photo : ESA/P.Carril) The close flyby of 2004 BL86 gave researchers at the Planetary Science Institute ...
 Hngn.com2 days ago PSI Scientists Study Surface Composition of Asteroid 2004 BL86 During Close Flyby of Earth  SpaceRef3 days ago See That Big Asteroid Buzzing Earth? What About The Ones We Miss?  Forbes.com4 days ago Huge asteroid passes Earth Monday, get out telescopes, binoculars  Digital Journal5 days ago
Washington Post

Large asteroid zips past Earth on Monday night -- how to see it

Asteroid 2004 BL86 will be 745,000 miles away from Earth at its closest approach on Monday night. (NASA) A large asteroid, 2004 BL86, will zip safely past our planet on Monday night, and will be bright enough to see with strong binoculars. The ...
 Washington Post1 week ago Weather Gang: Large asteroid zips past Earth on Monday night — how to see it  Washington Post1 week ago Australia Day's apocalyptic near miss week ago Asteroid to 'narrowly' miss earth  Special Broadcasting Service1 week ago
Eurasia Review

Joint Statement during the visit of President of USA to India Shared Effort; Progress for All

The President of the United States of America, Barack Obama, accompanied by First Lady Michelle Obama, is visiting India from 25-27 January 2015. The President of India and the Prime Minister of India welcomed the U.S. President as the Chief ...
 Narendra Modi5 days ago U.S.-India Joint Statement ????? ?????? - ???? ????? Shared Effort; Progress for All  Noodls5 days ago U.S.-India Joint Statement: Shared Effort; Progress for All  Council On Foreign Relations3 days ago US-India Joint Statement: Shared Effort; Progress For All  Eurasia Review4 days ago

Asteroid swings very near Earth: Grab binoculars, see it Monday

An asteroid five football fields wide will make a near-Earth flyby Monday, and you may be able to see it at the witching hour with a pair of strong binoculars. Monday at midnight will be prime time for trying to catch a glimpse of asteroid 2004 ...
 Los Angeles Times1 week ago Asteroid swings very near Earth: Are you up for a midnight viewing?  Los Angeles Times1 week ago
Space News

Redirecting Asteroid Not Top Objective of Asteroid Redirect Mission, NASA Official Says

WASHINGTON — A NASA official on Jan. 7 offered one of the clearest reminders yet that the agency's proposed Asteroid Redirect Mission (ARM) is more about technology development than actually sending a small asteroid to lunar orbit to be visited by ...
 Space News3 weeks ago NASA will fill up asteroids  RIN.ru1 day ago NASA Advisory Council Remains Skeptical of Asteroid Redirect Mission  Space News1 week ago Is NASA's asteroid mission the agency's political downfall?  The Verge1 week ago
Military Embedded Systems

Space Fence radar system to identify, track space junk

Since 1961, the U.S. Air Force has maintained a highly accurate catalog of objects within low-Earth orbit that are larger than the size of a softball, sharing responsibility with NASA for providing situational awareness of this environment to avoid ...
 Military Embedded Systems3 days ago New U.S. Air Force Space Surveillance Satellites Require Great Precision  Space News2 weeks ago

Chief Information Security Officer (CISO): IT Security Enters the C-suite

Longtime EarthLink security exec Peter Chronis was named Chief Information Security Officer of the top-ranked MSPmentor 501 company in June 2014. It marked the first time EarthLink made security a C-level job. High-profile data breaches at ...
 MSPmentor3 weeks ago
CBS News

New space telescope would be higher-res than Hubble

A new orbiting telescope concept developed at University of Colorado-Boulder could allow scientists to image objects in space or on Earth at a 1,000 times the resolution of the Hubble Space Telescope. NASA Scientists are working on a new space ...
 CBS News12 hours ago Elon Musk and the SpaceX Odyssey: the Path from Falcon 9 to Mars Colonization Transporter  Universe Today1 day ago NASA Marching Towards Milestone Test Firing of Space Launch System Booster  Universe Today5 days ago SpaceX's Falcon 9 launch previews future of rocketry  The Hill1 week ago

Watch a giant asteroid pass by Earth on Monday

PASADENA, Calif., Jan. 23 (UPI) -- It's a bird. It's a plane. It's actually an exceptionally large asteroid, and it's flying by Earth on Monday -- close enough for backyard astronomers to catch a glimpse. Asteroids pass by Earth on a regular basis.
 UPI4 days ago Giant asteroid makes its closest pass of Earth on Australia Day  Special Broadcasting Service6 days ago Giant Asteroid Headed Toward Earth Will Be Visible With Binoculars  NewsHub South Africa1 week ago Big Asteroid to Zoom by Earth on Australia Day (  Yahoo!Xtra1 week ago
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