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Ancient Space Rubble
Asteroids are rocky fragments left over from the formation our the solar system about 4.6 billion years ago. Most of these chunks of space rubble, sometimes called minor planets, can be found orbiting the Sun in a belt between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. The Asteroid Belt or Main Belt probably contains millions of asteroids.

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15 Apr 2004 Dawn Newsletter Jet Propulsion Laboratory
7 Apr 2004 Impact Estimate University of Arizona
7 Apr 2004 Asteroid Hunters University of Arizona
17 Mar 2004 Asteroid Close-Up Near Earth Object Program
11 Mar 2004 Rosetta's Asteroids European Space Agency
25 Feb 2004 Go Dawn Jet Propulsion Laboratory
29 Jan 2004 Extinct Atoms Argonne National Laboratory
23 Jan 2004 Big Dog Flies Southwest Research Institute
26 Dec 2003 Hayabusa Runs Smooth Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
26 Dec 2003 Target in Sight Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
5 Dec 2003 Finding Asteroid Force Jet Propulsion Laboratory
29 Nov 2003 Mineral Mystery Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
20 Nov 2003 Dinosaur Killer? University of Rochester
31 Oct 2003 The Curious Tale of Asteroid Hermes Science@NASA
30 Oct 2003 Anatomy of an Asteroid Investigation The Planetary Society
23 Oct 2003 More on Hermes Cornell University
21 Oct 2003 Two-for-One Asteroids Lowell Observatory
16 Oct 2003 Hermes Found NEO Task Force
3 Oct 2003 Close Pass Lowell Observatory
25 Sep 2003 Dinosaur Destruction Princeton University
22 Sep 2003 SIRTF Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
17 Sep 2003 Hayabusa Running Smoothly Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
10 Sep 2003 A New Spin on an Old Problem Southwest Research Institute
10 Sep 2003 NASA Releases Near-Earth Object Report NEO Task Force
5 Sep 2003 Reassessing Asteroid Hazards Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 
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15 Apr 2004 Dawn Newsletter Jet Propulsion Laboratory
7 Apr 2004 Impact Estimate University of Arizona
7 Apr 2004 Asteroid Hunters University of Arizona
17 Mar 2004 Asteroid Close-Up Near Earth Object Program
11 Mar 2004 Rosetta's Asteroids European Space Agency
25 Feb 2004 Go Dawn Jet Propulsion Laboratory
29 Jan 2004 Extinct Atoms Argonne National Laboratory
23 Jan 2004 Big Dog Flies Southwest Research Institute
26 Dec 2003 Hayabusa Runs Smooth Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
26 Dec 2003 Target in Sight Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
5 Dec 2003 Finding Asteroid Force Jet Propulsion Laboratory
29 Nov 2003 Mineral Mystery Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
20 Nov 2003 Dinosaur Killer? University of Rochester
31 Oct 2003 The Curious Tale of Asteroid Hermes Science@NASA
30 Oct 2003 Anatomy of an Asteroid Investigation The Planetary Society
23 Oct 2003 More on Hermes Cornell University
21 Oct 2003 Two-for-One Asteroids Lowell Observatory
16 Oct 2003 Hermes Found NEO Task Force
3 Oct 2003 Close Pass Lowell Observatory
25 Sep 2003 Dinosaur Destruction Princeton University
22 Sep 2003 SIRTF Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
17 Sep 2003 Hayabusa Running Smoothly Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
10 Sep 2003 A New Spin on an Old Problem Southwest Research Institute
10 Sep 2003 NASA Releases Near-Earth Object Report NEO Task Force
5 Sep 2003 Reassessing Asteroid Hazards Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 
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