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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 DB199 discovered. Flyby Mar 16 at 07:17 UT. Dist: 37.47 LD. Size: 20-62 m. http://t.co/6wmBrSwJecAsteroid 2015 DY198 discovered. Flyby Mar 1 at 11:24 UT. Dist: 2.17 LD. Size: 11-34 m. http://t.co/quJ5FdEyH7Asteroid 2015 DU198 discovered. Flyby Mar 4 at 12:31 UT. Dist: 16.99 LD. Size: 14-45 m. http://t.co/0eDQZItW8O
2/26
2015
@erinleeryan It is to us! As is "Solar System" and "Universe", but the AP don't agree!: http://t.co/t537WwBtmk@asrivkin So impactors make smaller craters on Ceres than on Earth (for the same impactor size)? @Alex_Parker@SmithsonianMag WHAAAT???? SPEAK UP!Asteroid 2015 DG198 discovered. Flyby Mar 15 at 21:10 UT. Dist: 32.02 LD. Size: 26-82 m. http://t.co/dbAiNuv0xn
2/25
2015
Email from Brian Marsden in 1993 on Comet SL9, before it was known the comet would impact Jupiter. @MinorPlanetCtr http://t.co/iTbmyZiLzz
Retweeted by Minor Planet Center.@astroDomingue @GeorgiaCollege Two thumbs up!.@SungrazerComets It's over there! http://t.co/dR56BXmAhy
2/24
2015
Asteroid 2015 DZ155 discovered. Flyby Feb 22 at 07:33 UT. Dist: 23.96 LD. Size: 25-78 m. http://t.co/Co4OFjr4Sl
2/22
2015
@SungrazerComets Please do! Contact Gareth Williams if any questions.A great overview: "How #Asteroid Mining Could Pay for Our First #Space Colony" http://t.co/ddxfhVUxO2 http://t.co/OdGxfJzNSg #nasa
Retweeted by Minor Planet Center@LSST cadence still to be decided, which will determine what #asteroids they see/discover. @astropuckett @SpaceJosh @sondyAsteroid 2015 DK155 discovered. Flyby Mar 5 at 11:23 UT. Dist: 30.48 LD. Size: 34-110 m. http://t.co/DMKooJa9wN
2/21
2015
.@BadAstronomer Stuff left out due to 140 character limit makes for some fun tweets, huh? ;-) @RonBaalke.@BadAstronomer @RonBaalke 2015 DD1's is 17th closest asteroid flyby in our list (which does include 2 impactors!): http://t.co/t3C8lkhU1f.@SungrazerComets @RonBaalke Interactive 3D flyby plot of 2015 DD1, for your enjoyment: http://t.co/D9Y8qHM01R.@dgs99 We did it just for you! :-)Asteroid 2008 HA2 reobserved. Flyby Mar 5 at 10:23 UT. Dist: 26.76 LD. Size: 25-78 m. http://t.co/1TOsihx0eeAsteroid 2015 DD54 discovered. Flyby Feb 21 at 18:03 UT. Dist: 7.17 LD. Size: 16-49 m. http://t.co/agOrlFoaIpAsteroid 2015 DB54 discovered. Flyby Mar 5 at 10:05 UT. Dist: 26.82 LD. Size: 25-78 m. http://t.co/0XN4NRye2j
2/20
2015
Asteroid 2015 DS53 discovered. Flyby Mar 2 at 18:31 UT. Dist: 3.11 LD. Size: 30-94 m. http://t.co/lcpz63ZpM1Asteroid 2015 DP53 discovered. Flyby Feb 28 at 10:24 UT. Dist: 19.84 LD. Size: 26-82 m. http://t.co/hpj3g6se1WAsteroid 2015 DN53 discovered. Flyby Mar 1 at 09:02 UT. Dist: 40.01 LD. Size: 21-65 m. http://t.co/10ptCOi2ggTalking asteroids at Oracle with the winning hackathon team. @djursal @MinorPlanetCtr http://t.co/xCzR799B4H
Retweeted by Minor Planet CenterAsteroid 2015 DD1 discovered. Flyby Feb 17 at 07:42 UT. Dist: 0.12 LD (0.10 LD from Earth surface). Size: 1-5 m. http://t.co/rziCYj8xvl
2/19
2015
@erinleeryan @cathomas09 Please refrain from sending me any drug-induced observations. Thank you for your understanding, --A. U. TomaticAsteroid 2015 DR discovered. Flyby Mar 2 at 05:49 UT. Dist: 10.51 LD. Size: 34-110 m. http://t.co/DDmdRMAenrAsteroid 2015 DU discovered. Flyby Feb 23 at 12:27 UT. Dist: 8.01 LD. Size: 9-28 m. http://t.co/i5vvSP3CYnAsteroid 2015 DT discovered. Flyby Mar 6 at 21:38 UT. Dist: 10.91 LD. Size: 47-150 m. http://t.co/IuRfPxOewCAsteroid 2015 DS discovered. Flyby Mar 9 at 10:34 UT. Dist: 17.20 LD. Size: 21-65 m. http://t.co/uJJ0kTlyT2Asteroid 2015 DQ discovered. Flyby Feb 20 at 18:49 UT. Dist: 39.85 LD. Size: 18-57 m. http://t.co/j0sf3j2UBs
2/18
2015
Asteroid 2015 DB discovered. Flyby Feb 18 at 19:26 UT. Dist: 1.27 LD. Size: 5-17 m. http://t.co/j18afcfn9SAsteroid 2015 CA40 discovered. Flyby Feb 23 at 21:53 UT. Dist: 6.29 LD. Size: 21-65 m. http://t.co/ZjaaeaqCvE
2/17
2015
Asteroid 2015 CU13 discovered. Flyby Feb 15 at 13:57 UT. Dist: 29.65 LD. Size: 36-110 m. http://t.co/FSmPQMFqe8Asteroid 2015 CQ13 discovered. Flyby Feb 18 at 08:30 UT. Dist: 6.67 LD. Size: 14-43 m. http://t.co/BJuZF8NiTxAsteroid 2015 CN13 discovered. Flyby Mar 2 at 17:47 UT. Dist: 11.48 LD. Size: 43-140 m. http://t.co/AiJYdDh30c
2/15
2015
Asteroid 2015 CH13 discovered. Flyby Feb 11 at 06:16 UT. Dist: 0.73 LD (0.72 LD from Earth surface). Size: 3-11 m. http://t.co/3hty3BS61gAsteroid 2015 CL13 discovered. Flyby Feb 15 at 22:51 UT. Dist: 2.02 LD. Size: 13-41 m. http://t.co/b4oJBRz43aAsteroid 2015 CJ13 discovered. Flyby Feb 15 at 22:09 UT. Dist: 8.48 LD. Size: 28-90 m. http://t.co/QEsvuCJdjzAsteroid 2015 CK13 discovered. Flyby Feb 15 at 01:01 UT. Dist: 7.19 LD. Size: 6-21 m. http://t.co/aP6GWcvN3u
2/14
2015
Application deadline: Barringer Family Fund for Meteorite Impact Research is April 3. http://t.co/lORwh1SBj9
Retweeted by Minor Planet CenterTo find H20 on asteroids, we're creating innovative observation tech for our prospecting missions with #ARKYD! WATCH http://t.co/urVaTUmmNO
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2/13
2015
Asteroid 2015 CG1 discovered. Flyby Feb 25 at 21:30 UT. Dist: 33.02 LD. Size: 31-99 m. http://t.co/Xx8CIePfEm
2/11
2015
Asteroid 2015 CS discovered. Flyby Feb 15 at 11:31 UT. Dist: 3.36 LD. Size: 10-33 m. http://t.co/U787g0He9b
2/10
2015
Asteroid 2015 CO discovered. Flyby Feb 13 at 20:12 UT. Dist: 20.23 LD. Size: 11-34 m. http://t.co/H5YTYSgGtAAsteroid 2015 CM discovered. Flyby Feb 9 at 05:40 UT. Dist: 8.43 LD. Size: 11-34 m. http://t.co/pl0mtQBRxwAsteroid 2015 CL discovered. Flyby Feb 8 at 22:38 UT. Dist: 4.32 LD. Size: 16-52 m. http://t.co/IfUkjO02hy
2/9
2015
Asteroid 2015 CG discovered. Flyby Feb 11 at 13:14 UT. Dist: 7.10 LD. Size: 14-45 m. http://t.co/Kn5SpSZBaM
2/8
2015
.@BadPhysics "We only accept payment with credit card or MPC space miles.".@BadPhysics Huh...? @SkyMall @AsteroidEnergy @GoDeepSpace @PlanetaryRsrcs
2/6
2015
MPC meeting to discuss new pipeline and observations format. #HardAtWork http://t.co/6kQ3IW4ef1.@osirisrex No :-(@lukedones Surprisingly, no.
2/5
2015
@asrivkin We didn't think anything predated Binzel... @lukedones @JoeMasiero.@asrivkin Probably both!.@asrivkin Really!?!?!? Historical moment. I hope the story and theory finally make it into Asteroids IV. @lukedones @JoeMasieroGiving the Moon the Business: U.S. FAA Backs @BigelowSpace (by @marsboy): http://t.co/BePqllZfmIInterim Director Appointed to the Minor Planet Center: http://t.co/mcgJL5livqWhat's in a name? Find out how the next #asteroid mission, @OSIRISREx, got its name: http://t.co/8pYOztFkux http://t.co/zYPeY0i7lj
Retweeted by Minor Planet CenterGrrr, that should be *Shoemaker*, not "Showmaker", after the great Eugene Shoemaker. @exploreplanets @RandomSpaceFact http://t.co/InDrJLRhQi
2/4
2015
.@ExplorePlanets Showmaker Grant Camera now measuring even fainter Near-Earth Objects (via @RandomSpaceFact): http://t.co/po0wrHlWUH"With the involvement of big business, big profits and competing nations comes legal trouble." --@ClareSpeak http://t.co/zCJzMhf1NS@MinorPlanetCtr @contributoria @AsteroidEnergy @ChrisNewman1972 sorry - meant to include to link! Here you go: https://t.co/L6EOyyQQ00
Retweeted by Minor Planet CenterRecopilación de bólidos de 2014 @Josep_Trigo @amsmeteors @UKMeteorNetwork @AsteroidWatch @MinorPlanetCtr http://t.co/fQM5COXSiQ
Retweeted by Minor Planet Center.@ClareSpeak Anywhere online we can read it? @contributoria @AsteroidEnergy @ChrisNewman1972
2/3
2015
Asteroid 2015 BL514 discovered. Flyby Feb 18 at 21:22 UT. Dist: 40.07 LD. Size: 20-62 m. http://t.co/ZmEpUUGLdFAsteroid 2015 BH514 discovered. Flyby Feb 4 at 20:38 UT. Dist: 22.22 LD. Size: 43-140 m. http://t.co/qLVkGlMUnC
1/31
2015
@astropuckett Yes!@astropuckett Actually, we're not including them at this time, but we plan to resume in the (near?) future. On our to-do list...@astropuckett They should be...
1/30
2015
RT ESA_Rosetta Dark, dry & rich in organics – VIRTIS’ verdict on #67P’s surface: http://t.co/Rje8eU9t8m https://t.co/NlOL26mNlp
Retweeted by Minor Planet CenterRT @SPACEdotcom Asteroid Miners May Get Help from Metal-Munching Microbes http://t.co/hsgC2q4jZC https://t.co/YF9dZDZkT2
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1/29
2015
.@planet4589 @telescoper @newsthump Har!!!.@lukedones It's on G. Williams's "would be nice-to-do list". No ETA, I'm afraid... @blobranaAsteroid 2015 BF511 discovered. Flyby Feb 17 at 17:57 UT. Dist: 10.74 LD. Size: 24-75 m. http://t.co/0QmU4C1w3kAsteroid 2015 BD511 discovered. Flyby Jan 30 at 00:47 UT. Dist: 4.47 LD. Size: 7-24 m. http://t.co/h3wAxQJdqWAsteroid 2015 BA511 discovered. Flyby Feb 24 at 04:07 UT. Dist: 38.58 LD. Size: 21-65 m. http://t.co/DMnE7jHCXU
1/28
2015
Asteroid 2015 BM510 discovered. Flyby Feb 10 at 20:55 UT. Dist: 13.78 LD. Size: 17-54 m. http://t.co/2DeZJxD9YWAsteroid 2009 CD reobserved. Flyby Jan 27 at 10:19 UT. Dist: 48.96 LD. Size: 52-160 m. http://t.co/Z5CBxFP7Db.@lukedones @blobrana No immediate plans, since all the elements are available in the DB (scroll down to 'Comets'): http://t.co/2OzIc1bH2v.@elakdawalla Thanks for keeping @ABC7 honest!Interview on @KCBSNews about #asteroid flyby postponed until 10:20 PST (13:20 EST). @MinorPlanetCtr
Retweeted by Minor Planet CenterIn 90 mins I'll be chatting on @KCBSNews about the @MinorPlanetCtr and today's asteroid flyby of Earth. Come listen in!
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1/26
2015
Asteroid 2015 BX509 discovered. Flyby Feb 5 at 15:22 UT. Dist: 35.58 LD. Size: 47-150 m. http://t.co/uEWTBKfaeu
1/25
2015
There are at least 18 places in the world called #Ceres. 10 are in the US, 1 is in #Antarctica! #CeresFact @NASA_Dawn http://t.co/9WQUmL1s29Asteroid 2015 BJ311 discovered. Flyby Jan 25 at 08:42 UT. Dist: 34.67 LD. Size: 24-75 m. http://t.co/0RenDX8I6b
1/23
2015
Asteroid 2000 BK19 reobserved. Flyby Feb 16 at 21:19 UT. Dist: 40.46 LD. Size: 75-240 m. http://t.co/sNCsBm1fKTAsteroid 2015 BU310 discovered. Flyby Feb 16 at 21:14 UT. Dist: 40.37 LD. Size: 75-240 m. http://t.co/ppcWbCfjZvDwarf Planet #Ceres is named after the Roman goddess of agriculture. It has the same linguistic root as 'cereal'. #CeresFact @NASA_Dawn.@BeckePhysics We're not discounting that possibility! :-D (Cue @BadPhysics refutal).@EdwardDeVega Here's an interactive trajectory plot of the flyby of asteroid (357439) for you to play with: http://t.co/wNwR7hOt7fAsteroid 2015 AK45 discovered. Flyby Jan 26 at 21:11 UT. Dist: 4.73 LD. Size: 10-33 m. http://t.co/y4jkFP5G74.@EdwardDeVega That's asteroid (357439). When an asteroid is numbered it means we know its location REALLY well, so no danger of impact! :-)An unusual view of #67P - #CometWatch 16 January http://t.co/PXGUenI9QS http://t.co/9WpwSrCXxm
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1/22
2015
Ceres was inspected by No. 6: http://t.co/swauU0GWRZ #CeresFactCeres was initially named Cerere Ferdinandea by its discoverer (Giuseppe Piazzi) to honour King Ferdinand IV of Naples and Sicily #CeresFactAsteroid 2015 BH92 discovered. Flyby Feb 12 at 08:00 UT. Dist: 28.13 LD. Size: 20-62 m. http://t.co/hKQgSYN8ypAsteroid 2015 BG92 discovered. Flyby Jan 29 at 06:01 UT. Dist: 11.29 LD. Size: 23-71 m. http://t.co/9KGZ7R3CQV
1/21
2015
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