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ELON MUSK SCARES HALF THE WORLD WITH ASTEROID WARNING TWEET, NASA RUSHES TO PUT OUT THE FIRE. Aug 21, 2019 437
207-foot asteroid whizzes past Earth. Jul 20, 2019 369
Humongous returning asteroid to pass by Earth today. Jun 27, 2019 390
Asteroids. Jan 1, 2019 1218
Say Hello to Hebe. Dec 1, 2018 459
An Asteroid Pays a Visit: This month offers ideal viewing conditions for asteroid 3 Juno. Johnson-Roehr, S.N. Nov 1, 2018 742
Hayabusa 2 Arrives at Asteroid Ryugu. Dickinson, David Brief article Oct 1, 2018 150
Asteroid Occultation. Sep 1, 2018 689
Speaking of Gemini ... Johnson-Roehr, S.N. Mar 18, 2018 411
Asteroid Occultations. Johnson-Roehr, S.N. Brief article Mar 1, 2018 240
3122 Florence Flies By, Reveals Two Moons. Beatty, J. Kelly; King, Bob Nov 22, 2017 553
An Asteroid That's Out Of This World! Nov 7, 2017 533
Amateurs find asteroid's moon. Beatty, J. Kelly Nov 1, 2017 607
My rock of ages: on being immortalized far out in the asteroid belt. Grinspoon, David Aug 17, 2017 592
Two-lobed asteroid flies close by Earth. Dickinson, David Brief article Aug 1, 2017 167
Visiting an asteroid. Wall, Teagan May 1, 2017 373
Space updates. Gough, Myles Mar 1, 2017 904
Osiris-REX bound for asteroid Bennu. Dickinson, David Brief article Jan 1, 2017 110
Asteroid occultation. Brief article Dec 1, 2016 244
September 1991: Lost and Found. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article Sep 1, 2016 174
Map asteroid shapes by video. Wilds, Richard P. Sep 1, 2016 1343
Dancing with planets: millions of Trojan asteroids exist in gravitational "sweet spots" that hold important keys to our solar system's history. Sheppard, Scott S. Jun 1, 2016 2731
An alarm system for Earth crashers. Loomis, Ilima Brief article Mar 5, 2016 126
Asteroid occultations. MacRobert, Alan Jan 1, 2016 1476
Asteroid occultation. MacRobert, Alan Brief article Nov 1, 2015 190
Asteroid occupations. MacRobert, Alan Oct 1, 2015 1501
Mini moons may zip around Earth: one found so far, but more small asteroids probably exist. Crockett, Christopher Sep 5, 2015 434
NASA selects asteroid mission concept. Young, Monica Brief article Jul 1, 2015 140
Impacts may have boiled early seas: hot aftermaths of asteroid strikes altered life's evolution. Sumner, Thomas Report Jun 13, 2015 584
Mountain-size asteroid passes earth. MacRobert, Alan Brief article May 1, 2015 155
Hayabusa 2 is asteroid bound. Conover, Emily Mar 1, 2015 404
Vesta's geologic history. Beatty, J. Kelly Brief article Mar 1, 2015 274
Eight billion Oort asteroids? Beatty, J. Kelly Brief article Mar 1, 2015 155
New discoveries in space and astronomy 2014. Wilkinson, John Mar 1, 2015 1475
Earth to Dodge a bullet: watch a near-earth asteroid race across Cancer on the night of January 26-27. MacRobert, Alan Feb 1, 2015 1924
Asteroids. Calendar Jan 1, 2015 1231
Hebe and a White Dwarf: two very different historic objects are currently a short star-hop apart. MacRobert, Alan Dec 1, 2014 981
Asteroid occultations. Calendar Dec 1, 2014 134
NASA amasses asteroid targets. Young, Monica Brief article Oct 1, 2014 151
The flight of 61 Cygni: watch the proper motion of this famous double orange dwarf. MacRrobert, Alan Aug 1, 2014 546
Chariklo: an asteroid with rings. Hall, Shannon Brief article Jul 1, 2014 305
Ceres and Vesta together. Seronik, Gary Brief article Jul 1, 2014 276
Hubble catches rock crumbling. Hall, Shannon Brief article Jun 1, 2014 249
Stellar lighthouse devours asteroid? Poore, Emily Brief article Jun 1, 2014 237
From space to school: an international collaboration puts asteroid hunting in the hands of students. Zielinski, Lynne F.; Miller, J. Patrick Jun 1, 2014 2390
Detection is first line of asteroid defense. Brief article Mar 1, 2014 154
Asteroid to occult: millions of viewers can see one of the brightest stars in the sky black out when an asteroid crosses in front of it. Mar 1, 2014 396
Regulus over new york. Preston, Steve Mar 1, 2014 990
The asterisk (er, asteriod) on comets. Miller, Judith-Braffman Jan 1, 2014 1919
Asteroids. Jan 1, 2014 1703
25 Meteorite makes an impact: space rock fires a warning shot. Grant, Andrew Brief article Dec 28, 2013 302
Asteroidal occultations: a prediction for 2014 March 7, and a recent UK success. Haymes, Tim Dec 1, 2013 438
Under stress, asteroids are fragile. Zastrow, Mark Brief article Nov 1, 2013 123
Asteroids & remote planets section. Miles, Richard Oct 1, 2013 1271
Bamberga at its 22-year peak ... MacRobert, Alan Sep 1, 2013 295
... and Iris at a lucky star. Brief article Sep 1, 2013 152
Juno on late summer evenings. MacRobert, Alan Brief article Aug 1, 2013 127
The Chelyabinsk super-meteor: scientists are piecing together the story of the largest asteroid impact with Earth since 1908. Durda, Daniel D. Jun 1, 2013 2585
Easy miss by Apophis in 2036. Beatty, J. Kelly Apr 1, 2013 348
2013 February 15: the day of the asteroids! Miles, Richard Apr 1, 2013 1160
Observing projects with asteroid-comet connections: a joint meeting of the BAA Comet Section and Asteroids & Remote Planets Section, Milton Keynes, 2012 October 6. Shanklin, Jonathan Feb 1, 2013 723
Unique observations of a partial eclipse of an asteroid: 2012 XE54. Miles, Richard Feb 1, 2013 884
A record-close asteroid zips by. MacRobert, Alan Feb 1, 2013 448
Asteroids. Jan 1, 2013 1038
"Sky-is-falling" asteroid flies by. Dec 1, 2012 355
Three asteroid occultations. Calendar Oct 1, 2012 187
Spy the smallest worlds: track down the brightest asteroids in the solar system. Howes, Nick Jul 1, 2012 835
The End Of The World Will Happen Like This. Jun 23, 2012 1291
An April asteroid array. Apr 1, 2012 470
A revised rotation period for asteroid (2903) Zhuhai. Meadows, Peter Apr 1, 2012 733
Comet Garradd returns anew: the comet that won't quit is back in view for binoculars and small scopes. MacRobert, Alan Mar 1, 2012 849
February 2012. Calendar Feb 1, 2012 301
A Rare flyby of Eros: the granddaddy of near-Earth asteroids brightens to magnitude 8.6. MacRobert, Alan Brief article Feb 1, 2012 213
Asteroids. Jan 1, 2012 1056
Probe visits a planetary also-ran: asteroid Lutetia is a celestial seed that never germinated. Drake, Nadia Dec 3, 2011 457
Measuring asteroids with homemade monsters: using home-built scopes of up to 32 inches, Bob Holmes outdoes most of the world of tracking near-Earth objects. And he's just getting started. Lockwood, Mike Dec 1, 2011 2207
November 2011. Calendar Nov 1, 2011 356
Mini-asteroid to buzz Earth. Nov 1, 2011 381
The two brightest asteroids: as the Dawn spacecraft images Vesta, with Ceres up next, follow both from your yard. MacRobert, Alan Aug 1, 2011 1820
NASA's Dawn Probe Seeks Mysteries of Young Universe In Massive Vesta Asteroid. Brief article Jul 14, 2011 198
NASA Dawn Probe Seeks Mysteries of Young Universe in Massive Vesta Asteroid. Brief article Jul 14, 2011 198
Asteroid 2011 MD barely misses Earth on Monday but real danger lurks in 2182. Brief article Jun 27, 2011 307
House-size asteroid 2011 MD will fly dangerously close to Earth's surface Monday. Jun 26, 2011 721
NASA Captures First Image Of Nearing Asteroid (PHOTOS). May 11, 2011 330
Humans to asteroids: watch out! can humans avoid the fate of the dinosaurs by deflecting the next killer asteroid? Schweickart, Russell May 9, 2011 544
The comet tale of asteroid Scheila. Brief article Apr 1, 2011 258
A possible collision involving the large main-belt asteroid (596) Scheila. Miles, Richard Feb 1, 2011 686
Asteriods. Jan 1, 2011 1078
Close encounter fascinates media: small space rocks often pass within radius of moon's orbit. Cowen, Ron Brief article Oct 9, 2010 197
Annual report of the comet, asteroid and meteor section for 2009 TP cooper, director. Oct 1, 2010 508
Asteroids to watch. Brief article May 22, 2010 234
Will the sky fall in 2029? Brief article May 10, 2010 166
The first asteroid collision? May 1, 2010 354
Close encounters turn asteroids pale. Brief article May 1, 2010 247
'Name Our Asteroid' competition. Apr 1, 2010 615
Bright asteroid by Leo's Sickle: Vesta is a prime binocular target this winter and spring. MacRobert, Alan Calendar Feb 1, 2010 363
Two BAA asteroids go live! Miles, Richard Brief article Feb 1, 2010 227
WISE sees its first stars. Grossman, Lisa Brief article Jan 30, 2010 164
Apophis turns less menacing. Brief article Jan 1, 2010 177
Asteroids. Dec 22, 2009 1074
Asteroids: another reason to diversify your portfolio. Green, Meg Dec 1, 2009 466
Asteroids born big. Brief article Dec 1, 2009 117
The rock that fell to Earth. Cowen, Ron Brief article Nov 7, 2009 162
A special asteroid occultation; an asteroid that seems to be binary will black out a star visible in binoculars. MacRobert, Alan Brief article Nov 1, 2009 275
Catch a fallen star: for the first time, scientists spotted an asteroid before it struck Earth--and then, incredibly, found pieces of it on the ground. Beatty, J. Kelly Aug 1, 2009 1419
A method for or determining the V magnitude of aster asteroids from CCD images. Dymock, Roger; Miles, Richard Report Jun 1, 2009 4698
CMC14-based photometry upgrade to the Astrometrica software. Miles, Richard Jun 1, 2009 787
Two asteroid sisters: watch a pair of rocky pinpoints creep across the starry deep. MacRobert, Alan May 1, 2009 1000
Asteroid sample being returned to Earth. Brief article Apr 1, 2009 304
Little asteroid makes big splash. Brief article Jan 1, 2009 112
Asteroids. Jan 1, 2009 1073
Three asteroid occultation. MacRobert, Alan Nov 1, 2008 455
How little asteroids go double. Brief article Oct 1, 2008 197
East Coast Asteroid Occultation. MacRobert, Alan Brief article Oct 1, 2008 159
Amateur finds fastest-spinning asteroid. Brief article Sep 1, 2008 121
The year's best asteroid occultation. MacRobert, Alan Sep 1, 2008 438
Springtime asteroids: deep in the overhead dark, state-size boulders roam. MacRobert, Alan May 1, 2008 424
Upcoming asteroid occultations: the next few weeks offer many chances to see small solar-system bodies momentarily hide stars. Dunham, David W. Feb 1, 2007 576
Iris: the season's brightest asteroid: , check on this asteroid as it comes unusually scanclose to Earth.whenever you the Pleiades with binoculars in the next couple months. Bryant, Greg Dec 1, 2006 774
Itokawa's "shadow". Beatty, J. Kelly Brief article Dec 1, 2006 105
The most dangerous asteroid ever found. Durda, Daniel D. Nov 1, 2006 2636
Amateurs catch a near-earth flyby. MacRobert, Alan Brief article Oct 1, 2006 117
Main-belt comets. Cull, Selby Aug 1, 2006 393
Three night crawlers: two big asteroids and the farthest big planet all glow at 8th magnitude as they creep across the Capricornus region. MacRobert, Alan Aug 1, 2006 507
Upcoming asteroid occultations: the next few months offer many chances to time asteroids momentarily hiding stars. Dunham, David W. Jun 1, 2006 1366
Trojans from the Kuiper Belt. Naeye, Robert Brief article May 1, 2006 219
Asteroid alerts: a risky business: here's one scientist's way of categorizing cosmic threats. Levy, David H. Apr 1, 2006 1010
Upcoming asteroid occultations: the next few weeks offer many chances to see small solar-system bodies momentarily hide stars. Dunham, David W. Mar 1, 2006 504
Hayabusa arrives at asteroid Itokawa. Beatty, J. Kelly Brief Article Dec 1, 2005 188
Protecting earth: gravitational tractor could lure asteroids off course. Cowen, Ron Nov 12, 2005 502
Icy world found inside asteroid. Brief Article Sep 24, 2005 285
Deep impact: a spacecraft breaks open a comet's secrets. Cowen, Ron Cover Story Sep 10, 2005 2220
Revising asteroid warnings. Tytell, David Sep 1, 2005 422
Three's company: asteroid 87 Sylvia and her two moons. Cowen, R. Aug 13, 2005 475
Japan's asteroid archaeologist: with little fanfare, the Japanese Hayabusa mission will be the first spacecraft to try to bring home a piece of a minor planet. Clark, Beth Ellen; Grant, Kelli B. Jun 1, 2005 1878
Asteroid 2004 M[N.sub.4]: a really near miss: this big an asteroid should whiz this close by Earth only once in 1,300 years. MacRobert, Alan May 1, 2005 582
A bizarro "cometoid". Chaikin, Andrew Jan 1, 2004 450
Sunlight makes asteroids spin in harmony. Tytell, David Jan 1, 2004 604
Hermes is recovered-and double!. Sinnott, Roger W. Jan 1, 2004 692
SUV asteroid whizzes by. Sinnott, Roger W. Jan 1, 2004 360
Atmosphere blocks many small stony asteroids. (Protective Blanket). Perkins, S. Jul 19, 2003 533
Vesta in Virgo: a naked-eye asteroid. Bryant, Greg Apr 1, 2003 1083
A comet's tale: on the science of Apocalypse. (Report). Bissell, Tom Feb 1, 2003 11557
Satellites tally small asteroid hits. (Bursting in Air). Perkins, S. Nov 23, 2002 404
Asteroid color clans. Beatty, J. Kelly Nov 1, 2002 319
A recent asteroid crackup. Schilling, Govert Nov 1, 2002 214
Things fly in the August sky. Deans, Paul; MacRobert, Alan M. Nov 1, 2002 592
Pristine fragments of asteroid breakup. (Astronomy). Brief Article Jul 13, 2002 273
Making binary asteroids in the Kuiper Belt. Tytell, David Jul 1, 2002 516
Double trouble among near-earth asteroids. Beatty, J. Kelly Jul 1, 2002 361
"Threatening" asteroid aids planetary prognosticators. Jul 1, 2002 682
Hard bodies pair off. (Astronomy). Brief Article May 18, 2002 235
Killer asteroid count rises. May 1, 2002 435
All in the asteroid family. Schilling, Govert Feb 1, 2002 784
Kalliope's kin. Beatty, J. Kelly Jan 1, 2002 784
The face of Ceres. Beatty, J. Kelly Jan 1, 2002 243
Bow-wowing them with radar. Brief Article Jul 28, 2001 461
Nearby star may have its own asteroid belt. Cowen, R. Brief Article Jun 16, 2001 562
Survey Probes Cosmos from Near to Far. Cowen, R. Brief Article Jun 9, 2001 930
Asteroid yields. Brief Article Apr 1, 2001 125
November's rare occultation of Mu Geminorum: only once before in the history of astronomy has anyone knowingly seen a star this bright covered by an asteroid. Sinnott, Roger W. Nov 1, 2000 2152
September 2000. Brief Article Sep 1, 2000 166
Spacewatch Snares Long-Lost Asteroid 719 Albert. Brief Article Aug 1, 2000 443
4.5 Million Asteroid Observations. Brief Article Aug 1, 2000 110
Asteroid Kleopatra: Wild and Wonderful. Brief Article Jul 1, 2000 324
X rays reveal Eros' primitive nature. Cowen, R. Brief Article Jun 10, 2000 384
Cassini Glimpses 2685 Masursky. Brief Article Jun 1, 2000 134
Astronomers rediscover long-lost asteroid. Cowen, R. Brief Article May 20, 2000 615
NEAR Embraces Eros. Brief Article May 1, 2000 421
Bright Asteroids for Binoculars : Does anyone want to try making a time-lapse digital movie of Ceres as it glides by a galaxy? Sinnott, Roger W. Mar 1, 2000 1206
Enjoying and Surviving Your First Messier Marathon : View all 110 of Messier's deep-sky wonders in a single evening. Ting, Ed Mar 1, 2000 2871
Tryst in space: Craft, asteroid rendezvous. Cowen, R. Brief Article Feb 19, 2000 539
GREGORIAN CALENDAR. Brief Article Feb 1, 2000 928
Short Takes. Brief Article Oct 4, 1999 80
Amateurs Alleviate Asteroid Threat. Brief Article Oct 1, 1999 362
Getting a Feel for Braille. Brief Article Oct 1, 1999 532
Asteroids get solar push toward Earth. Cowen, R. Brief Article Mar 6, 1999 467
Amateur Astronomers: Sentinel of the Sky. Aguirre, Edwin L. Mar 1, 1999 1955
Plans change for NEAR visit to an asteroid. Cowen, R. Brief Article Jan 2, 1999 634
Finding rocks in the Hubble archives. Cowen, Ron Brief Article Apr 4, 1998 290
Near-Earth asteroid: a far miss. Cowen, Ron Brief Article Mar 21, 1998 246
A surprising encounter of the NEAR kind. Perkins, Sid Brief Article Jan 3, 1998 500
New satellites of asteroids. Dec 1, 1997 676
C'est la vie: searching for life in the solar system. Cowen, Ron Cover Story Nov 1, 1997 2285
Near views of Mathilde. Veverka, Joseph F.; Farquhar, Robert W. Oct 1, 1997 1804
A moon for Dionysus. Cowen, R. Brief Article Sep 27, 1997 328
Big asteroid has big dent. Cowen, Ron Brief Article Sep 20, 1997 214
Waltzing past Mathilde. Brief Article Jul 12, 1997 332
The return of Toutatis. MacRobert, Alan M. Dec 1, 1996 3538
A naked-eye asteroid. May 1, 1996 418
Planetary occultations for 1996. MacRobert, Alan M. Calendar Feb 1, 1996 1630
The strange case of 4179 Toutatis. Brief Article Oct 28, 1995 243
Ida & company. Beatty, J. Kelly Jan 1, 1995 2293
Toasted asteroids. Brief Article Oct 1, 1994 203
Two asteroids to track. Sep 1, 1994 242
Pilcher's challenge. Sep 1, 1994 612
Ida's moon: a sharper view. Brief Article Aug 6, 1994 230
A moon over Ida. Jun 1, 1994 296
Asteroid 243: a moon of its own? Cowen, Ron Brief Article Mar 12, 1994 338
Four asteroid appulses. Mar 1, 1994 464
Asteroids. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 209
Astraea. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 107
Icarus. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 158
Probing Ida's magnetic personality. Cowen, Ron Brief Article Nov 6, 1993 356
An asteroid with a tail. Feb 1, 1993 359
Asteroid occultations for 1993. Dunham, David W. Feb 1, 1993 954
An organic asteroid? Jan 1, 1993 362
A tiny visitor departs. Jan 1, 1993 539
Oljato revisited. Eberhart, Jonathan Nov 3, 1990 191
Radar reveals an asteroid's strange shape. Eberhart, J. Nov 25, 1989 615
More than just a spot: facing an asteroid at last. Eberhart, Jonathan Nov 28, 1987 612
Earthbound on rocky, chaotic course. Peterson, Ivars Jul 13, 1985 630
Another hint at an asteroid with a moon. Eberart, Jonathan May 18, 1985 636

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