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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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16 Oct 2002 880,000 Names to Travel With MUSES-C Institute of Space and Astronautical Science
15 Oct 2002 MUSES-C Launch Delayed Institute of Space and Astronautical Science
8 Oct 2002 New Telescopes to Hunt 'Killer' Asteroids University of Hawaii
7 Oct 2002 Asteroid 121 Hermione's Unusual Companion The Planetary Society
7 Oct 2002 Small Asteroid Impacts Less Than Expected American Astronomical Society - Division for Planetary Sciences
4 Oct 2002 Physicist Aims to Save the Planet Scientific American
3 Oct 2002 U.S. House of Representatives: 'Earth Playing Cosmic Roulette With Asteroids' U.S. House of Representatives
2 Oct 2002 Congress Mulls Rewards for Asteroid Hunters U.S. House of Representatives
26 Sep 2002 MUSES-C Launch Delayed Space News
24 Sep 2002 Avoiding the Fate of the Dinosaurs European Space Agency
6 Sep 2002 Assessing the Asteroid Threat National Optical Astronomy Observatory
15 Aug 2002 Auroras, Asteroids and Sunspots, Oh My! Spaceweather.com
15 Aug 2002 MUSES-C Update Institute of Space and Astronautical Science
2 Aug 2002 Fine Tuning Celestial Mechanics West Virginia University
1 Aug 2002 And the Winner is .... The Planetary Society
1 Aug 2002 See an Asteroid in Action Science@NASA
29 Jul 2002 Asteroid 2002 NT7: Not a Threat Jet Propulsion Laboratory
26 Jul 2002 Caveat Impactor Science@NASA
25 Jul 2002 Experts: 'Low-Probability' of Asteroid Impact in 2019 Jet Propulsion Laboratory
22 Jul 2002 Catch an Asteroid on the Fly Sky & Telescope
1 Jul 2002 One Step from the Cosmic Rubble Pile? Planetary Science Research Discoveries
20 Jun 2002 Close Call Near Earth Object Information Centre
13 Jun 2002 Asteroid Smackdown Southwest Research Institute
15 May 2002 Send Your Name to an Asteroid The Planetary Society
15 Apr 2002 NEAR Mission Wins Award Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
 
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16 Oct 2002 880,000 Names to Travel With MUSES-C Institute of Space and Astronautical Science
15 Oct 2002 MUSES-C Launch Delayed Institute of Space and Astronautical Science
8 Oct 2002 New Telescopes to Hunt 'Killer' Asteroids University of Hawaii
7 Oct 2002 Asteroid 121 Hermione's Unusual Companion The Planetary Society
7 Oct 2002 Small Asteroid Impacts Less Than Expected American Astronomical Society - Division for Planetary Sciences
4 Oct 2002 Physicist Aims to Save the Planet Scientific American
3 Oct 2002 U.S. House of Representatives: 'Earth Playing Cosmic Roulette With Asteroids' U.S. House of Representatives
2 Oct 2002 Congress Mulls Rewards for Asteroid Hunters U.S. House of Representatives
26 Sep 2002 MUSES-C Launch Delayed Space News
24 Sep 2002 Avoiding the Fate of the Dinosaurs European Space Agency
6 Sep 2002 Assessing the Asteroid Threat National Optical Astronomy Observatory
15 Aug 2002 Auroras, Asteroids and Sunspots, Oh My! Spaceweather.com
15 Aug 2002 MUSES-C Update Institute of Space and Astronautical Science
2 Aug 2002 Fine Tuning Celestial Mechanics West Virginia University
1 Aug 2002 And the Winner is .... The Planetary Society
1 Aug 2002 See an Asteroid in Action Science@NASA
29 Jul 2002 Asteroid 2002 NT7: Not a Threat Jet Propulsion Laboratory
26 Jul 2002 Caveat Impactor Science@NASA
25 Jul 2002 Experts: 'Low-Probability' of Asteroid Impact in 2019 Jet Propulsion Laboratory
22 Jul 2002 Catch an Asteroid on the Fly Sky & Telescope
1 Jul 2002 One Step from the Cosmic Rubble Pile? Planetary Science Research Discoveries
20 Jun 2002 Close Call Near Earth Object Information Centre
13 Jun 2002 Asteroid Smackdown Southwest Research Institute
15 May 2002 Send Your Name to an Asteroid The Planetary Society
15 Apr 2002 NEAR Mission Wins Award Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
 
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