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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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20 Dec 2006 Radar Love: Asteroid Detection and Science NASA/JPL-Caltech
19 Oct 2006 Images of Dwarf Planet Ceres Keck Observatory
5 Jun 2006 Big Bang In Antarctica -- Killer Crater Found Under Ice Ohio State University
2 Jun 2006 Science Magazine Features Results of Hayabusa Observations Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
9 Mar 2006 Communication with Hayabusa Restored Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
6 Mar 2006 Dawn Mission Cancelled NASA/JPL-Caltech
5 Feb 2006 Earth Sediment from Asteroid Veritas California Institute of Technology
23 Jan 2006 NASA Postpones Mission to Visit Ceres and Vesta NASA Headquarters
4 Nov 2005 MINERVA explores the surface of ITOKAWA Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
18 Sep 2005 Asteroid Riddling Astrobiology Magazine
14 Sep 2005 Hayabusa Arrives at Itokawa, Starts Hovering Operations Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
23 Aug 2005 Defying Linear Theory of Solar System's Origin University of Toronto
27 Dec 2004 Improved Odds NeoDys Risk Page (Italy)
27 Dec 2004 Asteroid Earthquakes University of Arizona
27 Dec 2004 Earth OK in 2029 Near Earth Object Program
11 Oct 2004 Immortalizing Rovers Jet Propulsion Laboratory
29 Sep 2004 Toutatis Flyby NEO Task Force
29 Sep 2004 Asteroid Flyby Near Earth Object Program
30 Aug 2004 Impact-Generated Fires Southwest Research Institute
11 Jun 2004 'Black Moon' Mystery Ames Research Center
3 Jun 2004 Inside Out Earth University of Toronto
24 May 2004 Immediate Death University of Colorado at Boulder
20 May 2004 Unusual Asteroid Lowell Observatory
20 May 2004 On to Itokawa Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
19 May 2004 Aging Asteroids University of Hawaii
 
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20 Dec 2006 Radar Love: Asteroid Detection and Science NASA/JPL-Caltech
19 Oct 2006 Images of Dwarf Planet Ceres Keck Observatory
5 Jun 2006 Big Bang In Antarctica -- Killer Crater Found Under Ice Ohio State University
2 Jun 2006 Science Magazine Features Results of Hayabusa Observations Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
9 Mar 2006 Communication with Hayabusa Restored Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
6 Mar 2006 Dawn Mission Cancelled NASA/JPL-Caltech
5 Feb 2006 Earth Sediment from Asteroid Veritas California Institute of Technology
23 Jan 2006 NASA Postpones Mission to Visit Ceres and Vesta NASA Headquarters
4 Nov 2005 MINERVA explores the surface of ITOKAWA Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
18 Sep 2005 Asteroid Riddling Astrobiology Magazine
14 Sep 2005 Hayabusa Arrives at Itokawa, Starts Hovering Operations Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
23 Aug 2005 Defying Linear Theory of Solar System's Origin University of Toronto
27 Dec 2004 Improved Odds NeoDys Risk Page (Italy)
27 Dec 2004 Asteroid Earthquakes University of Arizona
27 Dec 2004 Earth OK in 2029 Near Earth Object Program
11 Oct 2004 Immortalizing Rovers Jet Propulsion Laboratory
29 Sep 2004 Toutatis Flyby NEO Task Force
29 Sep 2004 Asteroid Flyby Near Earth Object Program
30 Aug 2004 Impact-Generated Fires Southwest Research Institute
11 Jun 2004 'Black Moon' Mystery Ames Research Center
3 Jun 2004 Inside Out Earth University of Toronto
24 May 2004 Immediate Death University of Colorado at Boulder
20 May 2004 Unusual Asteroid Lowell Observatory
20 May 2004 On to Itokawa Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
19 May 2004 Aging Asteroids University of Hawaii
 
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