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Updates from Past Recipients of the Shoemaker NEO Grants (18 July 2006)

Bruce Betts • July 18, 2006

Using the Shoemaker NEO Grant funds, Minor Planet Research has purchased a 1.7-terabyte data server for our Asteroid Discovery Station (ADS) education outreach program Through the generosity of Dr. Philip Christensen, this server is housed at the Mars Space Flight Facility (MSFF) at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona.

Updates from Past Recipients of the Shoemaker NEO Grants (17 August 2005)

Bruce Betts • August 17, 2005

Following last year's Potentially Hazardous Asteroid and a few other non-main-belt discoveries, I looked into what improvements I could make to more efficiently image the sky. The major advance involved the design of a 3-lens corrector comprising 2 stock lenses and a custom lens I made myself.

Updates from Past Recipients of the Shoemaker NEO Grants (16 April 2004)

Bruce Betts • April 16, 2004

2003 was a good year with 50,779 asteroid astrometric observations submitted, including known NEOs and the discovery of a new Aten-class object, 2003 UY12. Based upon the volume of astrometric observations submitted, observatory code 683 was the world's eighth most productive asteroid astrometry station.

Updates from Past Recipients of the Shoemaker NEO Grants (20 March 2001)

Bruce Betts • March 20, 2001

I just wanted to express my appreciation again to The Planetary Society for the Shoemaker Grant. Apogee Instruments delivered the AP6Ep purchased with the grant on 9 March 2001. Critical mass on all of the other components associated with implementing the proposal was reached last week.

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