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Re: Proposing a 'waiting period' before declaring a NEO a "risk" You see Daniel, exactly what I was saying « we are just doing our job ». Alain De : email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] De la part de Ron
Re: Proposing a 'waiting period' before declaring a NEO a "risk" The problem is not whether or not some people are with you. I am advocating stopping this stupid game since years. Therefore donÆt agree with Alan on this.
Re: Proposing a 'waiting period' before declaring a NEO a "risk" ... We've always been up front with our data, and I disagree with you in applying any kind of censorship or withholding of data, as you propose. One of the NEO
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Re: Proposing a 'waiting period' before declaring a NEO a "risk" I'm with Alan, but for a different reason. The best way to *remove* an object from the risk list is to obtain more observations of it, and the best way to
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Re: Satellite observations ... A look at active US satellites revels that THEMIS / ARTEMIS are all still active, 2 (ARTEMIS) in orbit around the Moon, and 3 still in Earth orbit. They
Re: Proposing a 'waiting period' before declaring a NEO a "risk" No, I'm definitely against you. We've been there, done that -- doesn't help anything but gives rise to acrimonious "conspiracy" claims and so forth. As the
Proposing a 'waiting period' before declaring a NEO a "risk" And so 2014 EC is off again from the "Risk" table at JPL a few days after it was put on there on the day of its discovery, based on a mere sub-day orbital arc:
Be an Asteroid Hunter in NASA's First Asteroid Grand Challenge Conte March 10, 2014 RELEASE 14-071 Be an Asteroid Hunter in NASA's First Asteroid Grand Challenge Contest Series NASA's Asteroid Data Hunter contest series will
Rosetta's Comet Wakes Up (67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko) http://www.mps.mpg.de/3261529/Rosetta_s-comet-wakes-up Rosetta's comet wakes up In new images recorded by ESO's Very Large Telescope comet
Re: Hubble Witnesses an Asteroid Mysteriously Disintegrating (2013 R Well, a bit out-of-sync reading this notice only today, I think in planetary science is more import than twins-asteroid or Shoemaker-Levy impact on Jupiter.
Pier Luigi Turrini
images of 2014 EC Hi to all, just to inform you that some images of 2014 EC are available, obtained from Sormano observatory at 19 05 UT on March 06, very low in altitude for us
Power Outage at CDP (continued) Power *has* been restored, but there is some confusion as to whether the computer room is running on street power or via the UPS. Comp Fac says "street",
Power Outage at CDP The power has been restored. The website should again be accessible (as should the CfA ADS site). I will restart our internal machines after lunch (I've
Re: Power outage at CfA At 17:40 UT, all MPC web site features appear to be operating normally. Gerald ... From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of
Re: Power outage at CfA I would assume that is also why the NASA ADS is off the air. Regards Marshall
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Power outage at CfA There has been a complete power failure at the main computer room at the CDP branch of the CfA, where the MPC is now located. Every computer in the room is
Re: Lightcurves Needed Before/After Erigone Occultation Per Brian Warner's suggestion that we get current data on the light curve of (163) Erigone in connection with its March 20 occultation of Regulus, I'm giving
John W Briggs
Mystery of Planet-forming Disks Explained by Magnetism (Spitzer) http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news.php?release=2014-071 Mystery of Planet-forming Disks Explained by Magnetism Jet Propulsion Laboratory March 06, 2014
NASA's WISE Survey Finds Thousands of New Stars, But No 'Planet X' March 7, 2014 RELEASE 14-067 NASA's WISE Survey Finds Thousands of New Stars, But No 'Planet X' After searching hundreds of millions of objects across our sky,
Re: Small Asteroid Will Pass Earth Safely on March 6 (2014 EC) ... Or "more than sixty times closer", as did 2008 TC3 and 2014 AA. ... -- Alan Harris harrisaw@... 4603 Orange Knoll Ave. 818-790-8291 La
Re: Small Asteroid Will Pass Earth Safely on March 6 (2014 EC) Bryan is correct. Indeed, what would mean "one time closer"? Jean Meeus
Small Asteroid Will Pass Earth Safely on March 6 (2014 EC) ... ============= Why is it always phrased that way? What does that even mean? Wouldn't it be more accurate and easier to understand if it was stated to be
Wanted: Erigone images For those who might be interested the folks at OSIRIS-REx would like to receive images of Erigone folks here might be taking to produce light curves. Pretty
Small Asteroid Will Pass Earth Safely on March 6 (2014 EC) http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news.php?release=2014-072 Small Asteroid Will Pass Earth Safely on Thursday Jet Propulsion Laboratory March 06, 2014 An asteroid
Re: Hubble Witnesses an Asteroid Mysteriously Disintegrating (2013 R The terminology I prefer is "mail belt comet" for "cometary" appearing objects in what would otherwise be an ordinary asteroid orbit, and "cometary asteroid",
Re: Following up a new discovery Norton kept find_o32.exe from loading until I rejected their rejection. Lunar.dll was in the zip file download but as an application extension Norton rejected
Re: Satellite observations Hi Marshall, ... There was some discussion of checking for a satellite impact for 2012 DA14 (since designated (367943) Duende). But I don't know if such
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Re: Hubble Witnesses an Asteroid Mysteriously Disintegrating (2013 R Does anyone know what the news release refers to this object as an asteroid when it's been known and called a comet for some time now? Thanks! Bob On Thu, Mar
Re: Hubble Witnesses an Asteroid Mysteriously Disintegrating (2013 R If this was a YORP rotational disruption, it would be very nice to have an idea of the rotational period of the body before disruption. In the paper
Re: Lightcurves Needed Before/After Erigone Occultation Luis, You don't have to wait until the day of the occultation. If you can get a good enough period and full coverage now, then the extrapolation out to 2-3
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