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Type: Web Content Article
Date/Time: 2019-08-08 09:29 UTC

The first NEA, (433) Eros, was discovered by Gustav Witt from the Urania Sternwarte Berlin and independently by Auguste Charlois from the Observatoire de Nice, on 13 August 1898. The discovery...

Type: Web Content Article
Date/Time: 2019-08-08 09:30 UTC

SSA is the acronym of ESA's "Space Situational Awareness" programme, which was the precursor to the current Space Safety Programme. SSA ran between 2009 and 2019. More info at:...

Type: Web Content Article
Date/Time: 2019-08-08 09:31 UTC

The Torino scale is a function of the impact energy and probability of the event, with no reference to the time of impact. In the Palermo scale, the risk posed by a possible impactor is compared to...

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Date/Time: 2020-10-16 07:23 UTC

S2P is the acronym for ESA's "Space Safety Programme”. Its aim is "the protection of our planet, humanity and assets in space and on Earth from dangers originating in space". More info at:...

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Date/Time: 2021-02-04 15:55 UTC

PDO is the acronym of ESA’s Planetary Defence Office within its Space Safety programme (S2P). The goals of the Office are to: 1) be aware of the current and future position of near-Earth objects...

Type: Web Content Article
Date/Time: 2019-06-04 14:00 UTC

null null null null The possibility of browsing through the largest possible set of astronomical images and download them for inspection is extremely useful in order to find possible unidentified...

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Date/Time: 2019-06-07 11:29 UTC

In the last observing slot at ESA's 1-m telescope on Tenerife, the previously 'lost' object 2009 XZ1 has been recovered. E. Schwab (Germany) has planned and analyzed the observations. The Minor...

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Date/Time: 2021-01-22 11:11 UTC

A revision of the Apophis impact hazard assessment

Type: Web Content Article
Date/Time: 2021-01-04 11:30 UTC

Possible extension for the Hayabusa2 mission

Type: Web Content Article
Date/Time: 2020-11-24 07:17 UTC

The closest non-impacting asteroid

Type: Web Content Article
Date/Time: 2020-11-23 10:10 UTC

The full orbit determination and impact monitoring computations being performed at our premises

Type: Web Content Article
Date/Time: 2020-08-18 15:47 UTC

The fly-by of 2020 QG asteroid

Type: Web Content Article
Date/Time: 2020-07-03 08:00 UTC

The fly-by of 2020 HS7 asteroid

Type: Web Content Article
Date/Time: 2020-07-03 08:07 UTC

The fly-by of 2020 JJ asteroid

Type: Web Content Article
Date/Time: 2020-07-03 07:43 UTC

NEO Coordination Centre's observing campaign to track the fly-by of BepiColombo

Type: Web Content Article
Date/Time: 2020-06-25 11:35 UTC

ESA's NELIOTA project detects the flash of light produced when an asteroid collides energetically with the lunar surface and recently recorded its 100th impact.

Type: Web Content Article
Date/Time: 2020-06-25 11:13 UTC

Planetary Defence office we took the opportunity of the Solar Orbiter launch to perform an observational exercise, attempting to image the departing spacecraft with a ground based optical telescope.

Type: Web Content Article
Date/Time: 2020-01-21 14:02 UTC

The year has just started, and we already have a very interesting discovery of a new and so far unique asteroid.

Type: Web Content Article
Date/Time: 2019-12-23 10:09 UTC

If you check our current risk list, you will notice that a significant number of objects in the top positions are extremely “old”, discovered in the first decade of the century.

Type: Web Content Article
Date/Time: 2019-12-23 10:04 UTC

Over the past week, the Near-Earth Object (NEO) community in general, and ESA’s NEO Coordination Centre (NEOCC) in particular, have been involved in an interesting example of the process of...