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designer: Ron Baalke
published by Jet Propulsion Laboratory
The Near-Earth Object Program detects nearby objects such as asteroids, documents them, and predicts their trajectories over time to see if they pose a threat to Earth. Their website displays their data and how to interpret it, and contains information about these objects in our neighborhood.
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- Solar System
= Asteroids
= Comets
= Meteors
- Informal Education
- Graduate/Professional
- Upper Undergraduate
- Instructional Material
= Interactive Simulation
- Reference Material
- Dataset
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Access Rights: Free access
Restriction: © 2003 Jet Propulsion Lab
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Keywords: asteriods, comets
Record Creator: Date Metadata Instance was created October 7, 2003 by Benjamin Williams
Record Updated: Aug 18, 2016 by Lyle Barbato
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Near Earth Object Program, (2003), <>.
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Near Earth Object Program. (2003). Retrieved October 24, 2018, from
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. Near Earth Object Program. 2003. (accessed 24 October 2018).
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Near Earth Object Program. 2003. 24 Oct. 2018 <>.
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