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365 Days of Astronomy Podcast: Small Worlds

Emily Lakdawalla • December 27, 2010

Today the 365 Days of Astronomy podcast aired my contribution, Small Worlds, about the smaller denizens of the solar system visited in the past year, and due to be visited in the next.

Door 13 in the 2010 advent calendar

Emily Lakdawalla • December 13, 2010

Time to open the thirteenth door in the advent calendar. Where in the solar system are these parallel gouges?

Report from the Exploration of Near-Earth Objects Objectives Workshop - Day 2

Bruce Betts • August 11, 2010

It's day 2 at NASA's Exploration of Near Earth Objects (NEO) Objectives workshop (ExploreNOW).

Color portrait of asteroid 21 Lutetia

Emily Lakdawalla • July 21, 2010

Since it doesn't look like the Rosetta mission is going to be releasing any color versions of their Lutetia close-encounter images any time soon, I figured it was time to make one.

Rosetta's Lutetia pictures

Emily Lakdawalla • July 11, 2010

I saw these pictures for the first time just 10 minutes before boarding my flight back home, and forced myself to download everything I could find as quickly as possible without pausing to actually look at them.

Lutetia -- and Saturn!!

Emily Lakdawalla • July 10, 2010

A quick post of just one of the gorgeous images from Rosetta's flyby of Lutetia today; for more, see the Rosetta Blog. But this one was just too pretty to wait for.

Rosetta Lutetia flyby successful; approach images posted; high-res images yet to come

Emily Lakdawalla • July 10, 2010

All appears to be going very smoothly on Rosetta through, and after, its flyby today of asteroid (21) Lutetia.

Where to watch the Rosetta flyby of Lutetia

Emily Lakdawalla • July 10, 2010

A quick post to gather information on where to watch the events of today's flyby of asteroid (21) Lutetia by Rosetta.

Rosetta's Lutetia navigation campaign complete

Emily Lakdawalla • July 09, 2010

Rosetta's most important job over the last few months has been to observe how the position of asteroid (21) Lutetia shifts against the background of fixed (fixed, that is, as far as Rosetta can see) stars.

Three days to Lutetia for Rosetta!

Emily Lakdawalla • July 07, 2010

On July 10, 2010, at 15:44:56 UTC, the Rosetta spacecraft will fly within 3,162 kilometers of the largest asteroid yet visited by a spacecraft.

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