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ESA’s Planetary Defence Office has just released a new NEOCC web portal
Detecting an asteroid beyond telescope normal operation
First light of ESA's Test-Bed Telescope in Chile
NEOCC observations help in nailing down the orbit of 2021 PH27
On 19 October the Pan-STARRS telescope, one of the NASA-funded surveys dedicated to discovering new NEOs, found an object that proved to be extremely unique: for the first time, an asteroid...
ESA has inaugurated the new building for the NEOCC at ESRIN
NEOCC portal provides automated access to most of its data
The importance of accurate star catalogues and image archives for Planetary Defence
NEA Chronology v121.0 Nov-01-2021.pdf NEO Chronology Last update: 2021-11-01 06:00 UTC The updating of the NEO Chronology is currently on hold. Courtesy of Karel A. van der Hucht Last version...
Typical behaviour of a non-impacting object in the risk list
The Planetary Defence community has detected the fifth asteroid impactor
Large NEA steadily going out of the long-term risk list
Riskiest asteroid in the last months removed from the risk list
The image archive with capabilities to search and download selected image data
null null null null 2021 PDC Impact Excercise
null null null null Last update: 2021-04-28 14:30 UTC This webpage does not describe a real potential asteroid impact. The information on this page is fictional and provided only to support an...
null null null null Last update: 2021-04-28 14:30 UTC Latest: 2021 PDC Impact Excercise This webpage does not describe a real potential asteroid impact. The information on this page is...
null null null null Fireballs and bright meteors are small-sized NEOs, typically centimetres to metres in diameter, that collide with the Earth. They are sufficiently small to disintegrate almost...
NEOCC has managed a network of observatories to observe the result of the interplanetary collision
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