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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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26 Jan 2011 Asteroids Ahoy! Jupiter Scar Likely from Rocky Body NASA/JPL
18 Jan 2011 More Asteroids Could Have Made Life's Ingredients NASA/GSFC
11 Jan 2011 NASA Radar Reveals Features on Asteroid NASA/JPL-Caltech
6 Jan 2011 A Look into Vesta's Interior Max Planck Institute
30 Dec 2010 Dawn Journal NASA/JPL
15 Dec 2010 NASA Discovers Asteroid Delivered Assortment of Meteorites NASA
30 Nov 2010 Dawn Journal NASA/JPL
12 Oct 2010 Small Asteroid to Pass Within Earth-Moon System Jet Propulsion Laboratory
8 Oct 2010 Dawn Mission to Vesta Gets Help from Hubble Space Telescope NASA/JPL
4 Oct 2010 NASA's Wise Mission Warms Up But Keeps Chugging Along NASA/JPL
26 Jul 2010 Dawn Journal Jet Propulsion Laboratory
10 Jul 2010 Rosetta Triumphs at Asteroid Lutetia European Space Agency
8 Jul 2010 Rosetta Lines Up for Spectacular Asteroid Flyby European Space Agency
6 Jul 2010 Particles Found in Hayabusa Capsule Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
29 Jun 2010 Engineers Assess Dawn's Reaction Wheel Jet Propulsion Laboratory
27 Jun 2010 Dawn Journal Jet Propulsion Laboratory
24 Jun 2010 Hayabusa Capsule Opening Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
14 Jun 2010 Hayabusa Asteroid Mission Comes Home NASA
14 Jun 2010 Hayabusa Capsule Recovered Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
10 Jun 2010 Hayabusa Homecoming Jet Propulsion Laboratory
9 Jun 2010 Observing Hayabusa NASA Ames Research Center
19 Feb 2010 WISE Medley NASA/JPL
2 Feb 2010 Head-on Collision? NASA
30 Jan 2010 Dawn Journal NASA/JPL
14 Dec 2009 WISE Launch NASA
 
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26 Jan 2011 Asteroids Ahoy! Jupiter Scar Likely from Rocky Body NASA/JPL
18 Jan 2011 More Asteroids Could Have Made Life's Ingredients NASA/GSFC
11 Jan 2011 NASA Radar Reveals Features on Asteroid NASA/JPL-Caltech
6 Jan 2011 A Look into Vesta's Interior Max Planck Institute
30 Dec 2010 Dawn Journal NASA/JPL
15 Dec 2010 NASA Discovers Asteroid Delivered Assortment of Meteorites NASA
30 Nov 2010 Dawn Journal NASA/JPL
12 Oct 2010 Small Asteroid to Pass Within Earth-Moon System Jet Propulsion Laboratory
8 Oct 2010 Dawn Mission to Vesta Gets Help from Hubble Space Telescope NASA/JPL
4 Oct 2010 NASA's Wise Mission Warms Up But Keeps Chugging Along NASA/JPL
26 Jul 2010 Dawn Journal Jet Propulsion Laboratory
10 Jul 2010 Rosetta Triumphs at Asteroid Lutetia European Space Agency
8 Jul 2010 Rosetta Lines Up for Spectacular Asteroid Flyby European Space Agency
6 Jul 2010 Particles Found in Hayabusa Capsule Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
29 Jun 2010 Engineers Assess Dawn's Reaction Wheel Jet Propulsion Laboratory
27 Jun 2010 Dawn Journal Jet Propulsion Laboratory
24 Jun 2010 Hayabusa Capsule Opening Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
14 Jun 2010 Hayabusa Asteroid Mission Comes Home NASA
14 Jun 2010 Hayabusa Capsule Recovered Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
10 Jun 2010 Hayabusa Homecoming Jet Propulsion Laboratory
9 Jun 2010 Observing Hayabusa NASA Ames Research Center
19 Feb 2010 WISE Medley NASA/JPL
2 Feb 2010 Head-on Collision? NASA
30 Jan 2010 Dawn Journal NASA/JPL
14 Dec 2009 WISE Launch NASA
 
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