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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 2011 PN1 flyby in ~ 30 mins (Jul 31 at 10:09 UT). Dist: 25.96 LD. Size: 6-20 m. http://t.co/BQfbMy7Dpx
7/31
2015
Remember @NASA_Dawn? :-) "New Names and Insights at Ceres": http://t.co/hXNjUIwJCr
7/30
2015
Asteroid 2001 OV13 flyby in ~ 30 mins (Jul 29 at 19:48 UT). Dist: 42.50 LD. Size: 45-140 m. http://t.co/oecyOCieGTAsteroid 2015 NH13 flyby in ~ 30 mins (Jul 29 at 19:15 UT). Dist: 42.06 LD. Size: 43-140 m. http://t.co/pDUJF60kPA@asrivkin At the very least bags.
7/29
2015
Asteroid 2015 OM flyby in ~ 30 mins (Jul 29 at 00:18 UT). Dist: 39.70 LD. Size: 140-450 m. http://t.co/uBtmjvrSy2Welcome to a new week at #67P! Today (27 July) I'm 188.6 million km from the #Sun – 16 days to #perihelion2015! http://t.co/aqtAdrhP96
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7/28
2015
Why don't we have hoverboards already??? Blame it on the (Roman?) asteroids, says @SethShostak: http://t.co/Ywbvbx0tjPAsteroid 2011 TX8 flyby in ~ 30 mins (Jul 27 at 17:02 UT). Dist: 46.34 LD. Size: 82-260 m. http://t.co/h9JWWkJUZv
7/27
2015
Asteroid 2015 LJ flyby in ~ 30 mins (Jul 26 at 01:38 UT). Dist: 18.98 LD. Size: 22-68 m. http://t.co/ZDU8WTDKBzAsteroid 2015 OF26 discovered. Flyby Aug 19 at 08:13 UT. Dist: 38.38 LD. Size: 99-310 m. http://t.co/hkLaNiSCyLAsteroid (85989) flyby in ~ 30 mins (Jul 25 at 04:54 UT). Dist: 18.85 LD. Size: 0.7-2.3 km. http://t.co/dwWw7UaUBq
7/25
2015
Asteroid 2015 LC21 flyby in ~ 30 mins (Jul 24 at 18:51 UT). Dist: 18.92 LD. Size: 49-160 m. http://t.co/O9UHbl3ath
7/24
2015
Asteroid 2015 OQ21 flyby in ~ 30 mins (Jul 24 at 00:00 UT). Dist: 1.48 LD. Size: 4-14 m. http://t.co/7LEztRonOfWhat We’ve Learned About Pluto (via @TheOnion) "Similarly cold, desolate, and uncaring as rest of universe": http://t.co/qTzNIOOPzBComet Pan-STARRS visits New Zealand! (via @APOD): http://t.co/oHWbRq8UO6
7/23
2015
Asteroid 2013 YJ48 flyby in ~ 30 mins (Jul 23 at 02:13 UT). Dist: 40.56 LD. Size: 11-34 m. http://t.co/tpwCxZdlzv@wilselwood There's a challenge... :-)@wilselwood Would be nice to have dropdowns to create user-defined A vs B charts :-) #WhileYou'reAtIt
7/22
2015
Asteroid 2015 OQ21 discovered. Flyby Jul 23 at 23:59 UT. Dist: 1.48 LD. Size: 4-16 m. http://t.co/bxC8x1umaNAsteroid 2010 PR66 flyby in ~ 30 mins (Jul 21 at 09:27 UT). Dist: 24.53 LD. Size: 260-820 m. http://t.co/JT0zQIUZ5X@KJMushung True, and we never accused of that ;-)
7/21
2015
@danielporter731 We don't get the image reference. Is that Al Capone???@KJMushung Well that's just mean :-DAsteroid 2015 OM discovered. Flyby Jul 29 at 00:17 UT. Dist: 39.84 LD. Size: 140-430 m. http://t.co/jWzfbDmoIr
7/20
2015
Asteroid 2013 BQ18 flyby in ~ 30 mins (Jul 20 at 02:50 UT). Dist: 8.75 LD. Size: 16-52 m. http://t.co/9HzgXiwcBGAsteroid (436724) flyby in ~ 30 mins (Jul 19 at 14:37 UT). Dist: 6.40 LD. Size: 230-710 m. http://t.co/CviKRSshu2
7/19
2015
Asteroid (242191) flyby in ~ 30 mins (Jul 18 at 17:54 UT). Dist: 32.43 LD. Size: 300-940 m. http://t.co/NgheEXXrea
7/18
2015
Asteroid 2015 NZ13 discovered. Flyby Aug 3 at 08:59 UT. Dist: 34.11 LD. Size: 140-450 m. http://t.co/z0erLpHwmGAsteroid 2015 NA14 discovered. Flyby Jul 31 at 18:09 UT. Dist: 23.66 LD. Size: 75-240 m. http://t.co/SduLLfzmTX@SarcasticRover considers itself lucky. (by @CommitStrip) #PlutoFlyby #Mars http://t.co/Sh3mpdwDl1 http://t.co/vNVKoBe7gO
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7/17
2015
Asteroid 2015 NV13 discovered. Flyby Aug 3 at 01:06 UT. Dist: 38.90 LD. Size: 38-120 m. http://t.co/KVFVvWmttsCongratulations to @PlanetaryRsrcs on the successful deployment of their Arkyd 3 Reflight spacecraft: http://t.co/R2iYKVIAigAsteroid 2015 JJ2 flyby in ~ 30 mins (Jul 16 at 06:29 UT). Dist: 35.15 LD. Size: 82-260 m. http://t.co/428bFLK8EV
7/16
2015
@NASANewHorizons Reddit AMA/Live Broadcast today! 1:30 Reddit forum opens, 2-3 pm live answers on @PlutoTV http://t.co/iPh0atOwbT
Retweeted by Minor Planet CenterPrevious tweet plot is from the Minor Planet Center who are on twitter at @MinorPlanetCtr #PlutoFlyby
Retweeted by Minor Planet Center20 years of looking at #Pluto: RT @NewsfromScience: We've come a long way baby http://t.co/PF7FpHbJW5 #PlutoFlyby http://t.co/acaQvEvfjvToday's New Horizons media briefing at 3pm ET will feature imagery that's "mind blowing" I'm told. #PlutoFlyby
Retweeted by Minor Planet CenterSave humanity from #asteroids and increase sales with #BigData https://t.co/XFrA1VvNv6 @6senseInc @usableapps @MinorPlanetCtr
Retweeted by Minor Planet Center@Maksym The speed of #Asteroid (385186) with respect to Earth will be around 12.5 km/s.@Maksym Not enough characters on Twitter to mention speed.Asteroid (385186) flyby in ~ 30 mins (Jul 15 at 14:20 UT). Dist: 25.30 LD. Size: 0.6-1.8 km. http://t.co/7K0qoUWM71Asteroid 2011 YC29 flyby in ~ 30 mins (Jul 15 at 10:10 UT). Dist: 24.55 LD. Size: 68-220 m. http://t.co/0gCcd9zjls
7/15
2015
Asteroid 2001 OV13 reobserved. Flyby Jul 29 at 19:48 UT. Dist: 42.50 LD. Size: 45-140 m. http://t.co/DJn8dRZYytAsteroid 2015 NH13 discovered. Flyby Jul 29 at 19:15 UT. Dist: 42.06 LD. Size: 41-130 m. http://t.co/uKkMnZxORj@MinorPlanetCtr @CeresToday @elakdawalla @universetoday @exploreplanets @NASANewHorizons http://t.co/3lqyYyWv6M http://t.co/7UrODiy3P7
Retweeted by Minor Planet Center#Pluto measured to be about 2/3 the size of Earth's Moon (by @NewHorizons2015): http://t.co/MkcwCrw1Vi
7/14
2015
NEW IMAGE ALERT: "Houston, We Have Geology!" #PlutoFlyby http://t.co/6vwwHMGwas
Retweeted by Minor Planet Center.@noohorizons No worries, go right ahead, the @IAU_org is TOTALLY OK with that. Throw some sitcom characters into the mix while you're at itAsteroid 2014 WU200 flyby in ~ 30 mins (Jul 10 at 21:17 UT). Dist: 30.88 LD. Size: 2-9 m. http://t.co/55AuJqHizX
7/10
2015
We see more detail on Pluto & its moon as @NASANewHorizons gets closer than ever: http://t.co/74oW11is3D #PlutoFlyby http://t.co/yoGRjYdOAC
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7/9
2015
Asteroid 2015 JH2 flyby in ~ 30 mins (Jul 9 at 02:39 UT). Dist: 30.78 LD. Size: 62-200 m. http://t.co/rJHUMFmG1W@astrotweeps Happens to all of us.RT @CopplestoneG: Asteroid show and tell with @PeterDiamandis. Learning how to solve challenges in space at #GSP15 http://t.co/TxHuRVWMCH
Retweeted by Minor Planet Centerhumming really loudly to myself as everyone calls pluto an "adjective free planet" for the next few weeks. #cannothearyou
Retweeted by Minor Planet CenterAll (known) Bodies in the Solar System Larger than 200 Miles http://t.co/Wxeu03jT4E @DrPhiltill @DrFunkySpoon http://t.co/mB2xHh3ycK
Retweeted by Minor Planet CenterAfter 9+ years & 3 billion miles, it’s show time for @NASANewHorizons! #PlutoFlyby is Tuesday: http://t.co/du3xIbmpWV http://t.co/gAyX8FOmfz
Retweeted by Minor Planet CenterReading for the #PlutoFlyby: "Planet Tossing and the Kuiper Belt" http://t.co/sQOpw3xHvJ @NewHorizons2015 http://t.co/A7q2Ko8ZGx
Retweeted by Minor Planet CenterSmithsonian astrophysicists share the gorgeous art inherent in #science http://t.co/Iu1P2YrfCV via @SmithsonianMag http://t.co/UFSwZIFdt1
Retweeted by Minor Planet CenterAsteroid 2015 NR2 discovered. Flyby Jul 9 at 07:26 UT. Dist: 10.72 LD. Size: 10-33 m. http://t.co/SEN71NOOYU.@DrPhiltill gives 9 reasons why he thinks #Pluto is a planet: http://t.co/gbbQGE1MguAsteroid 2015 MO89 flyby in ~ 30 mins (Jul 8 at 10:56 UT). Dist: 20.10 LD. Size: 36-110 m. http://t.co/yaO57nrcs2
7/8
2015
Asteroid 2015 JY1 flyby in ~ 30 mins (Jul 7 at 19:14 UT). Dist: 24.29 LD. Size: 130-410 m. http://t.co/7D4G6oD5PdAsteroid 2015 HM10 flyby in ~ 30 mins (Jul 7 at 18:39 UT). Dist: 1.15 LD. Size: 39-120 m. http://t.co/t6PlRTXZ2qAsteroid 2015 MY53 flyby in ~ 30 mins (Jul 7 at 13:22 UT). Dist: 23.19 LD. Size: 18-57 m. http://t.co/Q3IOSCeEU6
7/7
2015
Asteroid 2015 MO116 flyby in ~ 30 mins (Jul 7 at 00:05 UT). Dist: 4.93 LD. Size: 28-90 m. http://t.co/VESixRYdrH@Maksym By "we" we meant "humanity". And yes, the smaller than 6km craters are left for you to find :-)Dangit... http://t.co/CIEV9s0c55.@IanMolony Check for yourself! The official site for Earth impact craters: http://t.co/DWKGnQqQwG@asrivkin In that case, keep them away, or you may degrade Ceres's orbit :-D@asrivkin Surely you submitted them to us back then :-)We may have found all impact craters on Earth larger than 6km: http://t.co/ikxjT9uOl9New Horizons Probe's July 14 Pluto Flyby: Complete Coverage #TeamPluto http://t.co/qSOevoI4db http://t.co/qRBavwRkMX
Retweeted by Minor Planet Center360 video view of Near Earth #Asteroids, courtesy of the ubertalented @DJSnM #Cardboard: https://t.co/mt1qpCkGBx (thx 2 @zuluagajorge)@zuluagajorge, Scott Manley (@DJSnM) is the, um, The Man! :-D @HuffPostScience @Josep_Trigo
7/6
2015
Asteroid 2015 LN21 flyby in ~ 30 mins (Jul 5 at 21:31 UT). Dist: 29.38 LD. Size: 47-150 m. http://t.co/RKWSHBuG1c
7/5
2015
Asteroid 2015 MG116 flyby in ~ 30 mins (Jul 4 at 17:35 UT). Dist: 23.71 LD. Size: 75-240 m. http://t.co/HbLNvpLUui
7/4
2015
Asteroid 2015 LU38 flyby in ~ 30 mins (Jul 3 at 06:33 UT). Dist: 46.69 LD. Size: 86-270 m. http://t.co/DxUFYxgJUX
7/3
2015
Good news for @NASANewHorizons, just out today: no new moons or rings found that could kill the spacecraft. #NHMelb http://t.co/LUHg17Lku5
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7/2
2015
@plutokiller That's gouda'nuff for us. #rimshotHappy #AsteroidDay!!!!!.@spacecom That pluto stinks?
7/1
2015
Asteroid 2015 MO116 discovered. Flyby Jul 7 at 00:05 UT. Dist: 4.93 LD. Size: 28-90 m. http://t.co/RVOwrOjezBHolman for Alcock: Whipple, detecting Oort Cloud objects & measuring size dist. of KBOs via diffraction patterns during occultations. #SBAG
Retweeted by Minor Planet CenterThe MPC's Interim Director, Matt Holman, steps up to the #SBAG mic to talk about the Whipple mission.Today's #AsteroidDay Award for Dumbest & Most Misleading Headline goes to the @Daily_Express. Congratulations!: http://t.co/800ZwwSg0wAnd MANTIS would visit 9 (nine!) asteroids during its mission. @JLGalache @asrivkin #SBAG@djmer1 The whole planet sees approximately the same Moon phase, so only way to avoid Full Moon is to survey from space.Happy #AsteroidDay! Learn about alumna @sondy's work spotting asteroids from @NAICobservatory http://t.co/pKoKrAqYUg http://t.co/CcnhzVizyW
Retweeted by Minor Planet Center@sondy We hope Arecibo keeps zapping #asteroids for a long long time to come.@sondy You're the honeybadger of asteroid observation.@sondy ...during Portorican blackouts...The MPC has a list of #asteroid flybys on the sidebar of their main page (updated in real time!): http://t.co/qSYvAAGwqn #AsteroidDayDifficult....but not impossible! The ground-based surveys soldier on in spite of Full Moon. @sondy.@IAU_org sets the astronomy standards. The MPC *implements* those related to asteroids and comets. @zuluagajorge @AstromodelJoyce@asrivkin Thanks for the concern!.@pscherbring ~95% of observations come from surveys.@erinleeryan Sounds a lot like our days :-).@AmyMainzer at #SBAG reminds us of the (good #AsteroidDay) impact of #asteroid 2008 TC3: http://t.co/JAJ94j4qM0Paul Chodas reminds us that "every day is an asteroid day at NASA": we discover asteroids with spacecraft and ground telescopes daily #SBAG
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6/30
2015
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