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Managing worldwide observations of asteroids and comets, calculating their orbits and if they pose a threat to planet Earth! Terms: http://t.co/9YgOuzYNOy

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Asteroid 2015 KE19 flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 27 at 19:20 UT). Dist: 23.84 LD. Size: 23-71 m. http://t.co/G6Yx9g50u7.@NewHorizons2015 is closing in on #Pluto! Watch this cool vid via @APOD: http://t.co/5DxSH1LToWPluto is getting awfully big in our viewscreens! http://t.co/6vp5RoPV42 http://t.co/Onuq4MnOuB
Retweeted by Minor Planet CenterWelcome to the #CitSciChat! @SciStarter features 1000+ #citizenscience projects. Find one or add your project today @ http://t.co/FES0qRmU0b
Retweeted by Minor Planet CenterWant to contribute to funding an #Asteroid Deflection test mission? Well now you can with @EADProject: http://t.co/RmsAvhtcawFree App Puts NASA Pluto Mission in Palm of Your Hand via @SPACEdotcom http://t.co/0LTzXQl88Q @NewHorizons2015 #PlutoFlyby @NASANewHorizons
Retweeted by Minor Planet CenterAsteroid 2015 KW120 discovered. Flyby May 29 at 11:53 UT. Dist: 1.07 LD. Size: 11-36 m. http://t.co/AKRaJIJy7sAsteroid 2015 KP122 discovered. Flyby May 26 at 19:39 UT. Dist: 15.54 LD. Size: 9-31 m. http://t.co/WW7PmzZRsc
5/27
2015
Asteroid 2015 KA122 discovered. Flyby Jun 5 at 23:08 UT. Dist: 3.29 LD. Size: 39-120 m. http://t.co/ygeObudbPcAsteroid 2015 JW flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 26 at 22:36 UT). Dist: 15.35 LD. Size: 13-41 m. http://t.co/knLmeYskBO@coreyspowell @astrolisa Yeah, like making aeroplanes out of the same stuff they make their black boxes ;-).@djmer1 That's a good suggestion. Something like: DUCK!!!!! :-)Follow @MinorPlanetCtr for daily reminders that the Earth isn't orbiting alone!
Retweeted by Minor Planet Center@KJMushung Hilarious you actually have a red pen in profile pic :-).@astrolisa @coreyspowell Funny how few recorded falls in the Amazon rainforest, huh? We need to get people on this :-) #SaveTheAmazonRT @coreyspowell: In one map: Every recorded meteorite fall from the past 4000 years. http://t.co/NCe6nAjfPj http://t.co/ieTQuNHiWX
Retweeted by Minor Planet CenterAsteroid 2015 KW121 discovered. Flyby May 23 at 17:56 UT. Dist: 0.74 LD (0.73 LD from Earth surface). Size: 11-36 m. http://t.co/qeA5IB6OZwAsteroid 2015 KU121 discovered. Flyby Jun 7 at 18:39 UT. Dist: 7.48 LD. Size: 47-150 m. http://t.co/uQMEp4Sf0PAsteroid 2015 KT121 discovered. Flyby Jun 5 at 22:49 UT. Dist: 33.29 LD. Size: 14-43 m. http://t.co/2zKSX8vbLx
5/26
2015
Asteroid 2015 KW120 discovered. Flyby May 29 at 12:08 UT. Dist: 1.07 LD. Size: 11-36 m. http://t.co/wHcMCkMHNaAsteroid 2015 KV120 discovered. Flyby Jun 3 at 11:09 UT. Dist: 27.58 LD. Size: 17-54 m. http://t.co/FKjdYHqfqsAsteroid 2015 KQ120 discovered. Flyby May 31 at 20:39 UT. Dist: 8.66 LD. Size: 8-27 m. http://t.co/b37YKEzn2bAsteroid 2015 KM120 discovered. Flyby May 30 at 14:37 UT. Dist: 17.80 LD. Size: 24-75 m. http://t.co/a1lCzp2hOnAsteroid 2015 KK120 discovered. Flyby May 31 at 14:05 UT. Dist: 24.32 LD. Size: 4-14 m. http://t.co/4qPzvF9FCfAsteroid 2015 HT9 flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 25 at 20:09 UT). Dist: 12.13 LD. Size: 11-36 m. http://t.co/HEI9M7CR0SAsteroid 1995 UB flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 25 at 10:08 UT). Dist: 41.26 LD. Size: 6-21 m. http://t.co/7dqB4V1OlWAsteroid 2015 KQ18 flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 25 at 05:44 UT). Dist: 15.52 LD. Size: 16-49 m. http://t.co/8YfV8J0MEFAsteroid 2015 KY56 flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 25 at 05:40 UT). Dist: 5.66 LD. Size: 9-31 m. http://t.co/Esfz4pZm7V
5/25
2015
Asteroid 2015 KS57 discovered. Flyby Jun 19 at 02:08 UT. Dist: 18.01 LD. Size: 10-33 m. http://t.co/XsV4WszTrjAsteroid 2015 KP57 discovered. Flyby May 28 at 04:35 UT. Dist: 10.50 LD. Size: 19-59 m. http://t.co/iANzamTOfnAsteroid 2015 KN57 discovered. Flyby May 28 at 17:05 UT. Dist: 39.74 LD. Size: 14-45 m. http://t.co/cT20W9n9h6Asteroid 2015 KM57 discovered. Flyby Jun 3 at 16:46 UT. Dist: 6.59 LD. Size: 16-49 m. http://t.co/TQRQQlREnWAsteroid 2015 KK57 discovered. Flyby Jun 23 at 03:39 UT. Dist: 8.32 LD. Size: 5-18 m. http://t.co/oZjZK40z7L
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2015
Asteroid 2015 KC57 discovered. Flyby Jun 20 at 04:17 UT. Dist: 26.45 LD. Size: 8-26 m. http://t.co/IguHLbPgLvAsteroid 2015 KY56 discovered. Flyby May 25 at 05:40 UT. Dist: 5.66 LD. Size: 9-31 m. http://t.co/ZyFVniZK9kAsteroid 2013 YG flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 23 at 07:27 UT). Dist: 33.07 LD. Size: 16-49 m. http://t.co/lBXUDbH0DZ
5/23
2015
Asteroid 2015 KD23 discovered. Flyby Jun 18 at 11:06 UT. Dist: 41.31 LD. Size: 14-45 m. http://t.co/AEi2Ls6GUWVesta is naked. The asteroid heavy-weight has no moons – is it unlucky or did it eat them? http://t.co/2X9SHhK6gn http://t.co/uSwEGtpqXg
Retweeted by Minor Planet CenterAsteroid 2015 KE19 discovered. Flyby May 27 at 19:20 UT. Dist: 23.85 LD. Size: 24-75 m. http://t.co/xOD2Qj0WXL
5/22
2015
Asteroid 2011 WV4 flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 22 at 01:39 UT). Dist: 25.61 LD. Size: 54-170 m. http://t.co/dqANkFP8NUAsteroid 2015 JD3 flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 21 at 23:18 UT). Dist: 20.70 LD. Size: 17-54 m. http://t.co/RJQm31Eq2BAsteroid 2015 KQ18 discovered. Flyby May 25 at 05:44 UT. Dist: 15.52 LD. Size: 16-49 m. http://t.co/wcFNGO4sOgAsteroid 2015 KP18 discovered. Flyby Jun 17 at 23:37 UT. Dist: 44.92 LD. Size: 45-140 m. http://t.co/s3k9iMj2Lb100th #ESATech Image of the Week: the 4 spacecraft of ESA's proposed Asteroid Impact Mission: http://t.co/BRhBWJ4zLz http://t.co/PCgzecTne0
Retweeted by Minor Planet CenterMy kid's T-shirt today. It's OK, he'll get over it :-) #PlutoIsNotAPlanet (@plutokiller vs @NewHorizons2015) http://t.co/sYEYqOxzVv
Retweeted by Minor Planet CenterAsteroid 2015 HA1 flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 21 at 10:50 UT). Dist: 30.52 LD. Size: 110-340 m. http://t.co/wkq2UJkfub
5/21
2015
Asteroid 2015 KN18 discovered. Flyby Jun 3 at 16:11 UT. Dist: 34.65 LD. Size: 39-120 m. http://t.co/91hKgHC5UzDancing in the dark: Blog post on new trans-Neptunian minor planets we've discovered: http://t.co/LtBSQQHgoA http://t.co/EKgB2KvQbo
Retweeted by Minor Planet CenterThe weather today on Comet #67P is a balmy -70℃, hazy, with a chance of FRICKIN AWESOME SCENERY! (@ESA_Rosetta @APOD) http://t.co/2mOROgpO8Q.@Locko29 Hopefully not on the ACTUAL horizon! :-D Check for yourself (tip: 1 LD = 0.026 AU): http://t.co/K2kfjjvqZX.@chrislintott And here is an interactive version created by Isaac Shivvers (who was at #HotWiredIV) with brightness: http://t.co/xWwoTREKqQ
5/20
2015
Asteroid 2015 JO1 flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 19 at 21:26 UT). Dist: 25.72 LD. Size: 41-130 m. http://t.co/9xveGRSRCCFor those of you who just joined us, here is how we plan to prevent #asteroids from hitting the Earth: http://t.co/UlcmM52GDO
Retweeted by Minor Planet CenterAsteroid 2015 KH discovered. Flyby May 29 at 13:23 UT. Dist: 14.34 LD. Size: 25-78 m. http://t.co/pNKbWQWdvIAsteroid 2015 KG discovered. Flyby May 18 at 04:49 UT. Dist: 14.34 LD. Size: 7-24 m. http://t.co/aYX3SZpStaAsteroid 2015 JP1 flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 19 at 04:55 UT). Dist: 37.23 LD. Size: 57-180 m. http://t.co/IgKdZGrsOm
5/19
2015
Asteroid 2015 HB117 flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 19 at 00:59 UT). Dist: 31.27 LD. Size: 34-110 m. http://t.co/TqVIfrnPnmAsteroid 2002 JD9 flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 18 at 20:22 UT). Dist: 49.73 LD. Size: 45-140 m. http://t.co/sLFE9CCzlg“Balancing rock” or trick of the eye? Unusual boulder formation seen in OSIRIS images: http://t.co/10brGdXdtK http://t.co/88Ps66ennU
Retweeted by Minor Planet Center@SungrazerComets @Irlandia Shhh, don't tell anyone!Huge thank you to @rachel3834 for organizing an exciting, diverse and extremely smoothly-run conference #HotwiredIV http://t.co/qgKy5v5Tv8
Retweeted by Minor Planet Center.@SungrazerComets @Irlandia Gareth Williams is actually a cyborg.Avoiding 'Armageddon': Asteroid Deflection Test Planned for 2022 http://t.co/6Ogux4UDPf http://t.co/Rzm5onTlU2
Retweeted by Minor Planet CenterAsteroid 2015 JD3 discovered. Flyby May 21 at 23:18 UT. Dist: 20.70 LD. Size: 17-54 m. http://t.co/EFxejqIOhLAsteroid 2015 JF flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 18 at 07:17 UT). Dist: 9.03 LD. Size: 10-33 m. http://t.co/AEFD5dFyLc
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2015
Asteroid 2012 RM2 reobserved. Flyby Jun 14 at 10:42 UT. Dist: 47.92 LD. Size: 52-160 m. http://t.co/URpJJyK1aY
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2015
Asteroid 2006 HX30 flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 16 at 15:48 UT). Dist: 10.86 LD. Size: 11-34 m. http://t.co/mHWx94SyIEAsteroid 2015 JZ1 discovered. Flyby May 30 at 06:54 UT. Dist: 17.29 LD. Size: 38-120 m. http://t.co/U7KAIEUQfQAsteroid 2015 GC14 flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 16 at 09:29 UT). Dist: 29.79 LD. Size: 22-68 m. http://t.co/VV8NLWIuw1Asteroid 2015 HV11 flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 16 at 09:00 UT). Dist: 23.37 LD. Size: 28-90 m. http://t.co/J88fVxubGZ
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2015
Asteroid 2015 HR1 flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 15 at 23:44 UT). Dist: 29.28 LD. Size: 23-71 m. http://t.co/YKEyh43lLpAsteroid 2015 JP1 discovered. Flyby May 19 at 04:55 UT. Dist: 37.23 LD. Size: 57-180 m. http://t.co/f5XuEsGTKXAsteroid 2015 HZ116 flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 15 at 17:42 UT). Dist: 27.01 LD. Size: 24-75 m. http://t.co/4bmJe53kXwAsteroid 2015 JO1 discovered. Flyby May 19 at 21:26 UT. Dist: 25.72 LD. Size: 41-130 m. http://t.co/KaRq3wqz8HAsteroid 2015 JF1 flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 15 at 11:52 UT). Dist: 0.81 LD (0.79 LD from Earth surface). Size: 4-14 m. http://t.co/tifGx2Eah2Asteroid 2015 HU9 flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 15 at 08:31 UT). Dist: 46.28 LD. Size: 39-120 m. http://t.co/70iuZQ8X03.@d_a_howell: "The only thing we can see is the visible Universe." #HotwiredIVAsteroid 2012 MU2 flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 15 at 06:20 UT). Dist: 44.70 LD. Size: 130-410 m. http://t.co/kVs4h96pnu
5/15
2015
For those with an appetite for asteroid #CitizenScience, check out Asteroid Zoo! @chrislintott @the_zooniverse http://t.co/znEASFNtiv.@chrislintott suggests #CitizenScience @the_zooniverse platform could be used to link asteroids in MPC's One-Night-Stand file #HotwiredIV.@chrislintott: People won't participate in #CitizenScience unless they believe they can make a difference and really contribute #HotwiredIV.@chrislintott telling #HotwiredIV how studying the behaviour of @the_zooniverse volunteers helps with life as well as citizen science..@laurakirstyWard Yes! #asteroid 285331 flew by a few hours ago.BIG Q!: RT @fedhere: #HotwiredIV @SkyWatchApps another question from the audience: "how do you expect to make money from astronomers?"..."New Horizons Spots Pluto's Faintest Known Moons" (via @NewHorizons2015 @NASANewHorizons): http://t.co/0xlc2scr7SAsteroid 2015 HB177 flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 14 at 15:15 UT). Dist: 12.45 LD. Size: 23-71 m. http://t.co/yZmwLrKoz3Asteroid (285331) flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 14 at 11:25 UT). Dist: 26.37 LD. Size: 0.4-1.3 km. http://t.co/Mmv2X4FqbXAsteroid 2015 JF1 discovered. Flyby May 15 at 11:52 UT. Dist: 0.81 LD (0.79 LD from Earth surface). Size: 4-14 m. http://t.co/1z4qbNEHtFAsteroid 2006 HX30 reobserved. Flyby May 16 at 15:48 UT. Dist: 10.86 LD. Size: 11-34 m. http://t.co/9Mg76GIeAGAsteroid 2014 DJ80 flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 14 at 09:41 UT). Dist: 47.56 LD. Size: 10-33 m. http://t.co/lQ5uGr16Wg
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2015
.@AliciaSoderberg featuring Wanda L. Diaz Merced's work converting SN light curve to sound. #HotWiredIV Listen: http://t.co/MomsKbrdVR
Retweeted by Minor Planet CenterAsteroid 2015 JR flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 13 at 22:05 UT). Dist: 4.00 LD. Size: 10-33 m. http://t.co/5pJw5vlrX6Iair Arcavi: Observing the 1st few hours of a supernova can tell you MORE about the star than observing it pre-explosion. Woah! #HotwiredIV@elakdawalla @NASA_Dawn @CeresToday @MinorPlanetCtr @exploreplanets @PlanetaryKeri @universetoday @NASA Cryovulcano? http://t.co/GxXHH3oCOo
Retweeted by Minor Planet CenterGalache: just 6 people run the #MinorPlanetCenter, critical in warning about Near Earth Asteroids. Sound like enough to you? #hotwiredIV
Retweeted by Minor Planet CenterAsteroid 2015 HS1 flyby in ~ 30 mins (May 13 at 17:42 UT). Dist: 27.17 LD. Size: 22-68 m. http://t.co/WqH2YdHqlWR. Wainscoat: When NEO tracklet is curved, it means it's really close to Earth. Or it might be @ESAGAIA. #HotwiredIV http://t.co/gdxvw4VwPZ.@PanSTARRS1 has discovered ~1/2 of the comets discovered in 2014; cutting into Southern Hemisphere amateur discovery turf! #HotwiredIVAnd that's irrespective of perihelion distance! #HotwiredIV @WISE_MissionE. Kramer: Obs of comets with @WISE_Mission shows that they increase their dust emission when within 0.5AU of perihelion. #HotwiredIV
5/13
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