Are you new to asteroids? Then this is the perfect place to start learning about them.
<h3 id="yui_3_17_2_1_1451841745821_1305">The Asteroid Day Expert Panel (ADXP) answers reader questions.Browse our archive or submit your question. Our panel is chaired by Mark Boslough. Our experts are Debbie Lewis, Don Yeomans, Richard Crowther, Tom Jones and Peter Brown. The Expert Panel was previously Chaired by <a href="/rustyschweickart">Rusty Schweickart</a>.</h3>
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From time to time, Asteroid Day Editor-in-Chief David Eicher will reflect on small bodies in the solar system and what they mean to us. He’ll write about the danger from potential asteroid impacts, what scientists know about the various types of asteroids, historical impacts like Tunguska and Chelyabinsk, and how we can appreciate the need to know more about the rocks orbiting around Earth in the solar system. Join him for some reflections on this great big universe . . .
This is the place where you can find educational videos.
The ESA's SSA-NEO Coordination Centre regularly releases monthly newsletters summarising the most relevant data and events on asteroids and comets approaching the orbit of the Earth. This page contains all the newsletters released so far. The newsletter is posted on the website and it also distribuited via e-mail. To subscribe/unsubscribe to the service please send an e-mail to email@example.com.
This video is suitable for anyone who wants to start with the basics.
If you are an Event Organiser then you will find some great videos here which you can download and use at your event.
NEO News (now in its twentieth year of distribution) is an informal compilation of news and opinion dealing with Near Earth Objects (NEOs) and their impacts. These opinions are the responsibility of the individual authors and do not represent the positions of NASA, Ames Research Center, the International Astronomical Union, or any other organization.
These are the pre-recorded video messages from the Asteroid Day 2016 (Feb 9) press conference.
Many of our Supporters and Signatories have created video messages. They can be found here.