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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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27 May 2003 Worst Case Scenario University of California at Santa Cruz
15 May 2003 M-V-5 Rocket Carrying MUSES-C Successfully Launches Hayabusa Institute of Space and Astronautical Science
2 May 2003 Preparation for MUSES-C Launch Proceeds Institute of Space and Astronautical Science
25 Apr 2003 MUSES-C Institute of Space and Astronautical Science
17 Apr 2003 Meet Asteroid Espenak Goddard Space Flight Center
26 Mar 2003 Deep Space 1 Team Wins Award Jet Propulsion Laboratory
26 Mar 2003 Free Mini-Poster Solar System Exploration Education and Public Outreach Forum
17 Mar 2003 Asteroid Impacts: One Less Thing to Worry About University of Arizona
17 Mar 2003 Dawn's Early Light University of California at Los Angeles
11 Mar 2003 A Plethora of Planets? University of California at Berkeley
3 Mar 2003 No-Show Meteors Spaceweather.com
25 Feb 2003 MUSES-C Passes Tests Institute of Space and Astronautical Science
25 Feb 2003 Farewell Pioneer 10 NASA Headquarters
20 Feb 2003 Scientists Solve a 50-year-old Moon Mystery NASA Headquarters
19 Feb 2003 New Asteroid Discovery NEO Task Force
4 Feb 2003 Defending the Earth National Optical Astronomy Observatory
31 Jan 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
24 Jan 2003 MUSES-C Ion Engine Prototype Goes the Distance Institute of Space and Astronautical Science
23 Jan 2003 Little Rock May Tell Big Story Planetary Science Research Discoveries
23 Jan 2003 How Did Water Get to Earth? University of Arizona
14 Jan 2003 Dinosaurs Weathered a Lot in the End Pennsylvania State University
8 Jan 2003 Newly Discoverd Trojan Makes a Long March National Optical Astronomy Observatory
6 Jan 2003 Taking a Chip off the Old Asteroid University of Arkansas
3 Jan 2003 Earth's Orbital Asteroid Companion Jet Propulsion Laboratory
24 Dec 2002 MUSES-C Launch Delay Confirmed Institute of Space and Astronautical Science
 
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27 May 2003 Worst Case Scenario University of California at Santa Cruz
15 May 2003 M-V-5 Rocket Carrying MUSES-C Successfully Launches Hayabusa Institute of Space and Astronautical Science
2 May 2003 Preparation for MUSES-C Launch Proceeds Institute of Space and Astronautical Science
25 Apr 2003 MUSES-C Institute of Space and Astronautical Science
17 Apr 2003 Meet Asteroid Espenak Goddard Space Flight Center
26 Mar 2003 Deep Space 1 Team Wins Award Jet Propulsion Laboratory
26 Mar 2003 Free Mini-Poster Solar System Exploration Education and Public Outreach Forum
17 Mar 2003 Asteroid Impacts: One Less Thing to Worry About University of Arizona
17 Mar 2003 Dawn's Early Light University of California at Los Angeles
11 Mar 2003 A Plethora of Planets? University of California at Berkeley
3 Mar 2003 No-Show Meteors Spaceweather.com
25 Feb 2003 MUSES-C Passes Tests Institute of Space and Astronautical Science
25 Feb 2003 Farewell Pioneer 10 NASA Headquarters
20 Feb 2003 Scientists Solve a 50-year-old Moon Mystery NASA Headquarters
19 Feb 2003 New Asteroid Discovery NEO Task Force
4 Feb 2003 Defending the Earth National Optical Astronomy Observatory
31 Jan 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
24 Jan 2003 MUSES-C Ion Engine Prototype Goes the Distance Institute of Space and Astronautical Science
23 Jan 2003 Little Rock May Tell Big Story Planetary Science Research Discoveries
23 Jan 2003 How Did Water Get to Earth? University of Arizona
14 Jan 2003 Dinosaurs Weathered a Lot in the End Pennsylvania State University
8 Jan 2003 Newly Discoverd Trojan Makes a Long March National Optical Astronomy Observatory
6 Jan 2003 Taking a Chip off the Old Asteroid University of Arkansas
3 Jan 2003 Earth's Orbital Asteroid Companion Jet Propulsion Laboratory
24 Dec 2002 MUSES-C Launch Delay Confirmed Institute of Space and Astronautical Science
 
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