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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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23 Nov 2001 West Coal and Pollen Shed Light on Global Catastrophe Institute of Geological & Nuclear Sciences
22 Nov 2001 Sunlight May Nudge Asteroids Toward Earth Southwest Research Institute
14 Nov 2001 Smithsonian Selects NEAR Mission for 2001 Aerospace Trophy Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
8 Nov 2001 All in the Family: Scientists Find Mother and Daughter Asteroids Geologic Society of America
7 Nov 2001 Sky Survey Lowers Estimate of Asteroid Impact Risk EurekAlert!
6 Nov 2001 Crater Makes an Impact on Three Sessions at GSA U.S. Geological Survey
8 Oct 2001 Center Seeks Information on Potential Asteroids for Mission University of Arkansas
26 Sep 2001 A Collision Worth a Thousand Boulders Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
18 Sep 2001 Veteran Spacecraft Attempts to Earn Extra Credit at Comet Jet Propulsion Laboratory
27 Aug 2001 Researchers Test Asteroid Collector in Zero Gravity Conditions University of Arkansas
28 Jun 2001 Near-Earth Asteroid Movie Spaceweather.com
21 Jun 2001 A Disturbance in the "Force" Caused the K-T Impact? Geologic Society of America
18 Jun 2001 U. South Florida Graduate Student Confirms Asteroid Site in Panama University of South Florida
5 Jun 2001 Early Results from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey: From Under Our Nose to the Edge of the Universe Sloan Digital Sky Survey
4 Jun 2001 NASA Considers Discovery Mission Proposals NASA Headquarters
4 Jun 2001 UCLA Astronomers Identify Evidence of Asteroid Belt Around Nearby Star University of California at Los Angeles
30 May 2001 Near-Earth Asteroid is Two Chunks in One Jet Propulsion Laboratory
24 May 2001 Binary Asteroid to Fly by Earth this Weekend Spaceweather.com
10 May 2001 New Radio Telescope Makes First Scientific Observations National Radio Astronomy Observatory
12 Apr 2001 NASA Tracks More Asteroids with New NEAT Camera Jet Propulsion Laboratory
29 Mar 2001 Tackling the Impact Threat Royal Astronomy Society
23 Mar 2001 Future Missions May Have a Major Impact European Space Agency
22 Mar 2001 See a Near-Earth Asteroid Spaceweather.com
20 Mar 2001 Scientists Return to Ancient Impact Crater U.S. Geological Survey
15 Mar 2001 Two Asteroids Join Blarney Stone as Irish Rock Legends Jet Propulsion Laboratory
 
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23 Nov 2001 West Coal and Pollen Shed Light on Global Catastrophe Institute of Geological & Nuclear Sciences
22 Nov 2001 Sunlight May Nudge Asteroids Toward Earth Southwest Research Institute
14 Nov 2001 Smithsonian Selects NEAR Mission for 2001 Aerospace Trophy Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
8 Nov 2001 All in the Family: Scientists Find Mother and Daughter Asteroids Geologic Society of America
7 Nov 2001 Sky Survey Lowers Estimate of Asteroid Impact Risk EurekAlert!
6 Nov 2001 Crater Makes an Impact on Three Sessions at GSA U.S. Geological Survey
8 Oct 2001 Center Seeks Information on Potential Asteroids for Mission University of Arkansas
26 Sep 2001 A Collision Worth a Thousand Boulders Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
18 Sep 2001 Veteran Spacecraft Attempts to Earn Extra Credit at Comet Jet Propulsion Laboratory
27 Aug 2001 Researchers Test Asteroid Collector in Zero Gravity Conditions University of Arkansas
28 Jun 2001 Near-Earth Asteroid Movie Spaceweather.com
21 Jun 2001 A Disturbance in the "Force" Caused the K-T Impact? Geologic Society of America
18 Jun 2001 U. South Florida Graduate Student Confirms Asteroid Site in Panama University of South Florida
5 Jun 2001 Early Results from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey: From Under Our Nose to the Edge of the Universe Sloan Digital Sky Survey
4 Jun 2001 NASA Considers Discovery Mission Proposals NASA Headquarters
4 Jun 2001 UCLA Astronomers Identify Evidence of Asteroid Belt Around Nearby Star University of California at Los Angeles
30 May 2001 Near-Earth Asteroid is Two Chunks in One Jet Propulsion Laboratory
24 May 2001 Binary Asteroid to Fly by Earth this Weekend Spaceweather.com
10 May 2001 New Radio Telescope Makes First Scientific Observations National Radio Astronomy Observatory
12 Apr 2001 NASA Tracks More Asteroids with New NEAT Camera Jet Propulsion Laboratory
29 Mar 2001 Tackling the Impact Threat Royal Astronomy Society
23 Mar 2001 Future Missions May Have a Major Impact European Space Agency
22 Mar 2001 See a Near-Earth Asteroid Spaceweather.com
20 Mar 2001 Scientists Return to Ancient Impact Crater U.S. Geological Survey
15 Mar 2001 Two Asteroids Join Blarney Stone as Irish Rock Legends Jet Propulsion Laboratory
 
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