Near Earth Asteroids

Near Earth Asteroids

Near-Earth Asteroid Tracking (NEAT) was a program run by NASA and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, surveying the sky for near-Earth objects. NEAT was conducted from December 1995 until April 2007, at GEODSS on Hawaii (Haleakala-NEAT; 566), as well as at Palomar Observatory in California (Palomar-NEAT; 644). With the discovery of more than 40 thousand minor planets, NEAT has been one of the most successful programs in this field, comparable to the Catalina Sky Survey, LONEOS and Mount Lemmon Survey.

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  • M 4.3 – Indonesian Archipelago Indonesia [Central Sulawesi] Luwuk
    Source: ll Published on 1 hour ago
  • M 3 – South-America Chile [Coquimbo] Salamanca
    Source: ll Published on 3 hours ago
  • M 3.7 – South-America Peru [Tacna] Sobraya
    Source: ll Published on 14 hours ago
  • M 4.6 – South-America Bolivia [Potos�] San Cristobal
    Source: Earthquakes 3.0 and higher Published on 15 hours ago
  • M 4.2 – Middle-America Mexico [Baja California Sur] Santa Rosalia
    Source: Earthquakes 3.0 and higher Published on 15 hours ago
  • M 4.9 – Pacific Ocean – East Tonga [Tongatapu] Vaini
    Source: Earthquakes 3.0 and higher Published on 16 hours ago
  • M 3.3 – Australia & New-Zealand New Zealand [Gisborne] Te Karaka
    Source: Earthquakes 3.0 and higher Published on 16 hours ago
  • M 3.0 – Australia & New-Zealand New Zealand [Hawke's Bay] Takapau
    Source: Earthquakes 3.0 and higher Published on 16 hours ago
  • M 4.3 – Pacific Ocean – East Tonga [Tongatapu] Vaini
    Source: Earthquakes 3.0 and higher Published on 16 hours ago
  • M 3.7 – Middle-East Iran [E?fah?n] Fereydunshahr
    Source: Earthquakes 3.0 and higher Published on 16 hours ago
  • M 4.2 – Indonesian Archipelago Indonesia [Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta] Parangtritis
    Source: Earthquakes 3.0 and higher Published on 16 hours ago
  • M 4.7 – Pacific Ocean – West Wallis and Futuna [Circonscription d'Alo] Vele
    Source: Earthquakes 3.0 and higher Published on 17 hours ago
  • M 3 – Indian Ocean Mayotte [Mamoudzou] Mamoudzou
    Source: Earthquakes 3.0 and higher Published on 17 hours ago
  • M 3.4 – North-America United States [Kansas] Hunnewell
    Source: Earthquakes 3.0 and higher Published on 17 hours ago
  • M 4.3 – Indonesian Archipelago Indonesia [Central Sulawesi] Luwuk
    Source: ll Published on 1 hour ago
  • M 3 – South-America Chile [Coquimbo] Salamanca
    Source: ll Published on 3 hours ago
  • M 3.7 – South-America Peru [Tacna] Sobraya
    Source: ll Published on 14 hours ago
  • M 4.6 – South-America Bolivia [Potos�] San Cristobal
    Source: Earthquakes 3.0 and higher Published on 15 hours ago
  • M 4.2 – Middle-America Mexico [Baja California Sur] Santa Rosalia
    Source: Earthquakes 3.0 and higher Published on 15 hours ago
  • M 4.9 – Pacific Ocean – East Tonga [Tongatapu] Vaini
    Source: Earthquakes 3.0 and higher Published on 16 hours ago
  • M 3.3 – Australia & New-Zealand New Zealand [Gisborne] Te Karaka
    Source: Earthquakes 3.0 and higher Published on 16 hours ago
  • M 3.0 – Australia & New-Zealand New Zealand [Hawke's Bay] Takapau
    Source: Earthquakes 3.0 and higher Published on 16 hours ago
  • M 4.3 – Pacific Ocean – East Tonga [Tongatapu] Vaini
    Source: Earthquakes 3.0 and higher Published on 16 hours ago
  • M 3.7 – Middle-East Iran [E?fah?n] Fereydunshahr
    Source: Earthquakes 3.0 and higher Published on 16 hours ago
  • M 4.2 – Indonesian Archipelago Indonesia [Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta] Parangtritis
    Source: Earthquakes 3.0 and higher Published on 16 hours ago
  • M 4.7 – Pacific Ocean – West Wallis and Futuna [Circonscription d'Alo] Vele
    Source: Earthquakes 3.0 and higher Published on 17 hours ago
  • M 3 – Indian Ocean Mayotte [Mamoudzou] Mamoudzou
    Source: Earthquakes 3.0 and higher Published on 17 hours ago
  • M 3.4 – North-America United States [Kansas] Hunnewell
    Source: Earthquakes 3.0 and higher Published on 17 hours ago

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