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Incoming! Studying and avoiding near-Earth asteroids and comets

Pasadena, California, United States

The Planetary Society returns to KPCC In Person's Crawford Family Forum for another Planetary Radio Live hosted by Mat Kaplan. We’ll hear how the sky is being watched and explore the early thinking about how to protect Earth and civilization. There’s a lot of work under way, from spacecraft that visit these miniature worlds to the hundreds of amateur astronomers who help find and track them. More information>>

Artist concept of giant asteroid impacting Earth

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Artist concept of giant asteroid impacting Earth

Mat Kaplan, host
Bruce Betts, Planetary Society director of science and technology and coordinator of the Shoemaker NEO Grant Program
Paul Chodas, manager of the NASA Center for NEO Studies at the Jet Propulsion Laborartory
Lindley Johnson, NASA’s planetary defense officer
Amy Mainzer, senior research scientist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory

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Incoming! Studying and avoiding near-Earth asteroids and comets
February 16, 2017, 7:30–9:30 PM
The Crawford Family Forum
474 South Raymond Avenue
Pasadena, California 91105

United States

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Please direct all inquiries about this event to Mat Kaplan at mat.kaplan@planetary.org.

The Planetary Society returns to KPCC In Person's Crawford Family Forum for another Planetary Radio Live hosted by Mat Kaplan. We’ll hear how the sky is being watched and explore the early thinking about how to protect Earth and civilization. There’s a lot of work under way, from spacecraft that visit these miniature worlds to the hundreds of amateur astronomers who help find and track them.
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