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Re: A "surprising number of asteroid impacts on Earth during the las ... That data was re-analyzed and published by Silber, et al. 2009, JGR 114, E08006. It is the data plotted in Fig. 3 of Brown et al. 2013. ... Although I was
Alan Harris
6:01 PM
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29965
Re: A "surprising number of asteroid impacts on Earth during the las ... Does this outcome go significantly beyond what the Brown group - http://meteor.uwo.ca/research/infrasound/is_publications.html - had already published five
skyweek
5:38 PM
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29964
Re: A "surprising number of asteroid impacts on Earth during the las ... Yes: Brown, et al., Nature 503, 238-241, 2013. See in particular Fig. 3. ... Yes, when extrapolated beyond their likely range of validity. With apologies
Alan Harris
5:13 PM
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Re: A "surprising number of asteroid impacts on Earth during the las ... My response is more or less the same as always : They need to submit this research for publication so that it can be evaluated by the scientific
Marshall Eubanks
4:47 PM
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29962
Re: Off-Topic : subscription to CBET/IAUC ... Incorrect; CBET 3853 was issued on April 12.
Dave Tholen
4:44 PM
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29961
Re: A "surprising number of asteroid impacts on Earth during the las Sirs, First thing is it is good that someone is monitoring such impacts even if it is by using a technology that was developed to look for either clandestine
Robert Warren
4:23 PM
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29960
Re: A "surprising number of asteroid impacts on Earth during the las Tom Jones was an planetary astronomer before he became an astronaut (he studied the composition of asteroids) Larry.
llebofsky
3:48 PM
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Re: A "surprising number of asteroid impacts on Earth during the las I was thinking the same. The presser is remarkable by the names not listed; Morrison, Harris, Yeoman, Chodas, Spahr, Kring, Britt, et al. Luis From:
Luis Martinez
3:26 PM
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29958
Re: Off-Topic : subscription to CBET/IAUC ... I was told that the CBAT is now a Harvard function (and so that is presumably a Harvard salary) and that complaints should be directed at Harvard. Regards
Marshall Eubanks
2:20 PM
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A "surprising number of asteroid impacts on Earth during the last de The press release https://b612foundation.org/news/b612-press-conference-on-protecting-earth-from-asteroid-impacts/ about a press conference next week has
skyweek
2:12 PM
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29956
Re: Off-Topic : subscription to CBET/IAUC I honestly do not think that folks are wanting "so much" out of the Central Bureau. I hear no one demanding perfect excellence here. What I am hearing, and
P. Clay Sherrod
1:35 PM
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29955
Re: Off-Topic : subscription to CBET/IAUC ... Marsden was a civil servant. His considerable salary was paid not through subscriptions to the Minor Planet Circulars or the Central Bureau's Telegrams,
Dave Tholen
12:32 PM
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Re: Off-Topic : subscription to CBET/IAUC I have had similar problems and in some cases (reporting cometary activity from a known minor planet) the only response back was that we no longer call minor
P. Clay Sherrod
11:17 AM
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Re: Off-Topic : subscription to CBET/IAUC ... You are apparently among many who cannot contact the Central Bureau/Dan Green about anything related to its activities. There are frustrated messages from
Brian Skiff
11:00 AM
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Re: 2013 Comet Awards Announced by Minor Planet Center Daniel, from our side (La Sagra) we have some explanation why didn't win any 2012 E-W award, is a bit long to read all about, but at:
Jaime Nomen
Apr 15
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Re: 2013 Comet Awards Announced by Minor Planet Center ... Why they (using an existing network of professional telescopes and not recognizing said comet as such, which is why it didn't get their name) - but not the
skyweek
Apr 15
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2013 Comet Awards Announced by Minor Planet Center http://www.cfa.harvard.edu/news/2014-08 2013 Comet Awards Announced Release No.: 2014-08 For Release: Tuesday, April 15, 2014 - 2:30pm Cambridge, MA - The
Ron Baalke
Apr 15
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Email Change I have been trying to change my email address for several months now, and it isn't happening. When I edit my membership, the email address I want to use is in
yorli
Apr 15
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2014-05-12 Romulus USA occultation Hi there are a nice occultation by Romulus, satellite of (87) Sylvia, in May, for US observers. In attachment the path made with Occult. and a link with few
Frédéric Vachier
Apr 15
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Off-Topic : subscription to CBET/IAUC Hello, If you allow me, i like to ask a question about an off-topic issue. I would like to renew my subscription for CBET programs / IAUC (CS-service) I have
Erik Bryssinck
Apr 14
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Re: Astrometry Request for 2003 HM It was about 11 arcmin S of the MPC prediction, astrometry has been sent in to the MPC Peter J95
pbirtwhistle
Apr 14
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Re: Astrometry Request for 2003 HM ... ...but at some longitudes there's about two hours of dark time tonight! B-) \Brian
Brian Skiff
Apr 14
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Re: Astrometry Request for 2003 HM ... Yes, but for a little over an hour, the Moon will be fully eclipsed, so there will be some dark time tonight, if you're at the right longitude to be able
Dave Tholen
Apr 14
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Re: Astrometry Request for 2003 HM Lance, I've been searching for 2003 HM for the last hour, not picked up yet but hoping to find it soon. Peter J95
pbirtwhistle
Apr 14
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NASA Holds Space Tech Mission Directorate Media Teleconference Wedne April 14, 2014 NASA Holds Space Tech Mission Directorate Media Teleconference Wednesday NASA will host a media teleconference at noon EDT Wednesday, April 16,
Ron Baalke
Apr 14
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NASA Cassini Images May Reveal Birth of New Saturn Moon April 14, 2014 NASA Cassini Images May Reveal Birth of New Saturn Moon NASA's Cassini spacecraft has documented the formation of a small icy object within the
Ron Baalke
Apr 14
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Astrometry Request for 2003 HM All, 2003 HM is a radar target at Goldstone and Arecibo starting on April 18, but the pointing uncertainties are much too large for us, so we're requesting
Lance Benner
Apr 14
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Re: Psyche as a perturber of 175443 (2006 QR45) I think it is appropriate to answer on this: we do both! That is, for most asteroids we neither have the information needed, nor the manpower to do a detailed
Andrea Milani
Apr 13
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Re: Comments on NEOCP objects Bill, your new NEOCP Page is a great idea. I will make it regular reading! Tony
Tony Evans
Apr 12
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Juno as a perturber of 16670 (1994 AS2) ? Still on the same line of thought as before : According to JPL Small Body Database, (16670) and Juno had a close approach on 1971-Dec-07 02:57 with a nominal
alessandro odasso
Apr 12
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