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Comets
Asteroid and comet impact hazards Is the Earth Targeted for an Impact? Torino Impact Scale, collision
Asteroids and comets Asteroid Fact Sheet, Near Earth Object Fact Sheet, Rosetta, ESA comet mission, Asteroid Radar Research, cosmology, astronomy, constellations, stars, astronomy
Comets and meteor showers calender for the major and minor meteor showers, universe, constellations, stars, astronomy
Comet Hale-Bopp Original articles about the comet including the story of its discovery, the science behind the comet, and the comet controversies that have been debated on and offline for months
Comet Hale-Bopp the unusual Comet 1995 O1 (Hale-Bopp). This page contains general information, in particular summaries and updates about the current situation
Comet Hale-Bopp ppt file
Comet Hyakutake Comet C/1996 B2 Hyakutake The Great Comet of 1996
Comet Hyakutake the Comet Hyakutake page for the Large Angle and Spectrometric COronagraph Experiment (LASCO). The LASCO experiment was launched on the SOHO (Solar and Heliospheric Observatory) spacecraft
Comet Hyakutake a truly great comet
Comet Hyakutake Hubble Probes Inner Region of Comet Hyakutake, the Hubble telescope snapped pictures of comet Hyakutake March 25, 1996, when the comet was just 9.3 million miles from Earth
Comet HYAKUTAKE comet 1996 B2 (Hyakutake) which was the brightest comet in the sky since 1976. It passed within 15 million kilometres (0.1 AU) of the Earth on March 25, 1996, and reached its perihelion on May 1, 1996
Comet Hyakutake at NOAO
Comet Shoemaker comet Shoemaker Levy collision with Jupiter
Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 (NSSDC) from July 16 through July 22, 1994, fragments of Comet P/Shoemaker-Levy 9 collided with Jupiter, with dramatic effect. This was the first collision of two solar system bodies ever to be observed
Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 Collision with Jupiter
Comet Shoemaker information about the impact of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 on Jupiter in July 1994
Comet Shoemaker SL9 impacts page
Comets ppt file
Comets ppt file
Comets ppt file
Comets, meteors and asteroids Comets are icy bodies that can sometimes be seen as spectacular objects in the night sky, Comets Orbital motion of comets, Structure of comets, The nucleus of comets, Observing comets, Meteoroids, Meteors, Meteorites, Meteor showers, impact craters on Earth
Comets, meteors and asteroids ppt file
D28-Comets
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Meteorites, asteroids
Antarctic search for meteorites program a pictoral tour of how and why ANSMET hunts for meteorites in the Antarctic
Asteroid and comet impact hazards Asteroids and comets
Asteroid factsheet
Barringer meteorite crater impact theory and meteor craters
Blast from the past asteroid impact theory behind the extinction of the dinosaurs and other groups of organisms at the end of the cretaceous
Comets, asteroids and meteors
IMO the International Meteor Organization
Leonid meteor storm Leonids Meteor Mission 1999
Leonid Meteor Storm Forecast Leonid meteor storms happen when Earth plows through clouds of dusty debris shed by comet 55/P Tempel-Tuttle
Leonids 2001 Meteor Gallery
Mars meteorites
Mars meteorite compendium
Meteor showers meteor showers
Meteorites and impact craters
Meteorites and their properties
Meteorites from Antarctica In 1969, the Japanese discovered concentrations of meteorites in Antarctica. Most of these meteorites have fallen onto the ice sheet in the last one million years
Meteorites from Antarctica pdf file
Meteors and meteor showers meteoroids strike the Earth's atmosphere at high relative speeds they leave visible trails created when the intense heat caused by friction vaporizes them. These are called meteors
Meteorite exchange meteorites, tektites, astronomy, space, impacts, asteroids
Meteorites from New England meteoritical learn about meteorites, the term meteor comes from the Greek meteoron, meaning phenomenon in the sky. It is used to describe the streak of light produced as matter in the solar system falls into Earth's atmosphere creating temporary incandescence resulting from atmospheric friction
Meteors and meteorites What we are witnessing when we see a shooting star is a small piece of interplanetary matter, called a meteor, entering the Earth's atmosphere and 'burning up' at a height of about 100 km, ...
Meteor streams predicted activity periods and dates of maximum activity
Modern consequences of an ancient cataclysm bolide: an extraterrestrial body in the 1-10-km size range, which impacts the earth at velocities of literally faster than a speeding bullet
Near-Earth Objects Asteroids (minor planets) and comets are remnant material from the process of formation of the Solar System and the initial development of the planets
New England meteoritical services meteorites falling from the heavens have mystified people for thousands of years, but it is only within the past two hundred years that scientists have come to accept the fact that stones do indeed fall from the sky and that they represent fragments of other bodies in our solar system
Photomicrographs of meteorites
Prehistoric meteorite impacts
Terrestrial Impact Sites impact craters are geologic structures formed when a large meteoroid, asteroid or comet smashes into a planet or a satellite. All the inner bodies in our solar system have been heavily bombarded by meteoroids throughout their history
The impact theory of mass extinction attention to the events around the great mass extinction event that involved the elimination of the non-avian dinosaurs as well as the associated extinctions, cosmology
Tunguska home page on June 30th, 1908, something exploded 8 km high on the river Stony Tunguska, destroying about 2150 square kilometre of Siberian taig. Still today, it is not clear whether it was a comet or an asteroid or something else
Yarkovsky effect results from our long-term simulations of asteroid families with Yarkovsky effect and related material
 

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