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24 January 2015

NEO Asteroids Close Approach Data 2000-2014 Graphs and Analysis < 10 LD - < 0.1 LD

NEO Asteroids Close Approach Data 2000-2014 Graphs and Analysis < 10 LD - < 0.1 LD
©2015 23.1.15- ANALYSIS by ESSICO- UK / LUNAR METEORITE HUNTER- TOKYO, JAPAN
Source Data NASA/JPL
Note-  In astronomy, a lunar distance (LD) is a measurement of the distance from the Earth to the Moon. The average distance from the center of the Earth to the center of the Moon is 384,400 km (238,900 mi).
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< 10 LD NEO ASTEROIDS 2000-2014 (IRRESPECTIVE OF "DISCOVERY DATE" )
SHOWN BY YEAR
©2015 ANALYSIS by ESSICO / LUNAR METEORITE HUNTER
Source Data NASA/JPL

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< 10 LD NEO ASTEROIDS 2000-2014 (IRRESPECTIVE OF "DISCOVERY DATE" ) LISTED BY MONTH
©2015 ANALYSIS by ESSICO / LUNAR METEORITE HUNTER
Source Data NASA/JPL
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< 5 LD NEO ASTEROIDS 2000-2014 (IRRESPECTIVE OF "DISCOVERY DATE" ) LISTED BY MONTH
©2015 ANALYSIS by ESSICO / LUNAR METEORITE HUNTER
Source Data NASA/JPL
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< 1 LD NEO ASTEROIDS 2000-2014 (IRRESPECTIVE OF "DISCOVERY DATE" ) LISTED BY MONTH
©2015 ANALYSIS by ESSICO / LUNAR METEORITE HUNTER
Source Data NASA/JPL
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< 0.1 LD NEO ASTEROIDS 2000-2014 (IRRESPECTIVE OF "DISCOVERY DATE" ) LISTED BY MONTH
 ©2015 ANALYSIS by ESSICO / LUNAR METEORITE HUNTER
Source Data NASA/JPL
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NEO CA ASTEROID ANALYSIS 2000-2014 Video by EISSCO- UK
NEO CA ASTEROID ANALYSIS: 2000-2014
Posted to YouTube by eissco 14 views
Published on Jan 23, 2015Straightforward analysis was conducted using data from NASA's NEO CA
page :http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/neo_ca

The results were quite interesting. See what you think. -EISSCO, UK - http://www.eissco.co.uk

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Bolide Events 1994-2013 
Small Asteroids that Disintegrated in Earth's Atmosphere
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Bolide Events 1994-2013
Map Data Shows Frequency of Small Asteroid Impacts
c 2014 NASA

Newly Released Map Data Shows Frequency of Small Asteroid Impacts, Provides Clues on Larger Asteroid Population
Linda Billings & NASA/JPL Near-Earth Object Program Office
November 14, 2014
  It happens all the time: small asteroids impact Earth's atmosphere
Small asteroids near Earth, with sizes of only about a meter, hit the atmosphere and disintegrate with surprising frequency - around every other week, new data show.
  Data gathered by U.S. government sensors and released to NASA for use by the science community reveal that these small impact events are frequent and random. A map of these small impact events - known as fireballs or bolides - recently released by NASA shows the frequency and approximate energy released by bolide events detected from 1994 through 2013. It dwarfs a data-base of small impacts based on infra-sound detections released last fall, but it does not contain all fireballs - objects less than a meter in size - that impacted the Earth during this period. ... more- http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news186.html

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