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NEAR EARTH OBJECT NEWS ARCHIVES
November 1998 - March 1999
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New Asteroid Satellite Discovered (Sky & Telescope - March 26, 1999)
Earth's Water Probably Didn't Come From Comets (Caltech - March 18, 1999)
Asteroids Feel The Force (Astronomy Online -March 23, 1999)
Deep Space 1 Bound For Asteroid Flyby (Florida Today - March 17, 1999)
Rosetta Lander Unveiled (ESA - March 11, 1999)
NASA's Asteroid Hunters Net A Surprise Catch (JPL - March 11, 1999)
New Martian Meteorite Found (BBC News - March 11, 1999)
NASA TV Simulcast On March 11: "Awesome Asteroids" (NASA - March 10, 1999)
A Threatening Presence From Planet Remain (The Irish Times - March 8, 1999)
Britain Takes Interest In Near-Earth Objects (Spaceviews - March 7, 1999)
NEAR Resumes Normal Operations (NEAR Project - March 4, 1999)
A Mote In Hubble's Eye (Hubble Heritage Team - March 4, 1999)
NEAR In Safemode (NEAR Project - March 1, 1999)
A Chip Off The Old Moon (CNN - February 26, 1999)
There's A Mystery Object Not Far From The Earth (New Scientist - February 24, 1999)
Cosmic Rocks Ganging Up On Earth (Miami Herald - February 23, 1999)
Comets, Like Cars, Leave Carbon Monoxide In Their Wake (Arizona State University - February 18, 1999)
Norwegion Scientists Discover Crater From Giant Meteor (AP - February 9, 1999)
STARDUST Successfully Launched (JPL - February 7, 1999)
Planetary Society Awards Three New Gene Shoemaker NEO Grants (Planetary Society - February 5, 1999)
Bright Meteor Observed From California, Nevada (AP - February 2, 1999)
NEAR Team Recovers Mission After Faulty Engine Burn (NEAR Project - January 29, 1999)
Minnesota Town Authorities Suspect Meteor Left Hole In Lake Ice (AP - January 22, 1999)
NEAR Eros Flyby Movie (NEAR Project - January 21, 1999)
NEAR Hydrazine Engine Burn Completed (NEAR Project - January 20, 1999)
STARDUST Mission Set To Bring Back A Piece Of A comet (JPL - January 10, 1999)
STARDUST Readies For February Launch (JPL - January 8, 1999)
MUSES CN Progresses (JPL - January 8, 1999)
NEAR Major Engine Burn Completed (NEAR Project - January 3, 1999)
Next NEAR Rendezvous Maneuver (NEAR Project - December 28, 1998)
January's Chilly Meteors (Marshall Space Flight Center - December 28, 1998)
First NEAR Closeup Images Of Eros (NEAR Project - December 24, 1998)
Successful Flyby Of Eros By NEAR (NEAR Project - December 23, 1998)
NEAR Rendezvous Burn Aborted (NEAR Project - December 21, 1998)
NEAR Looks For Thick Dust On Asteroid Eros (Marshall Space Flight Center - December 16, 1998)
Bunches & Bunches Of Geminids (Marshall Space Flight Center - December 15, 1998)
SpaceDev Places JPL On Contract To Support NEAP Mission Planning (SpaceDev - December 15, 1998)
NEAR Spacecraft Closing In On Eros (Applied Physics Laboratory - December 14, 1998)
NEAR Mission Scientists About To Get Historic Long, Close-Up Look Of Eros (University Of Arizona - December 14, 1998)
Study Associates Asteroid Or Comet Impact With Extinctions In Argentina (Brown University - December 10, 1998)
Space Dust An Ice Age Trigger? (San Francisco Examiner - December 10, 1998)
Name The Craters On Eros (The Planetary Society - December 8, 1998)
Observations Of Asteroid 1992 KD (JPL - December 7, 1998)
The Mysterious Geminid Meteor Shower (Marshall Space Flight Center - December 4, 1998)
Summary Of The 1998 Leonids (JPL - December 1, 1998)
Leonids Sample Return Payload Has Been Recovered (Marshall Space Flight Center - November 23, 1998)
Meteorite Fragment Found That May Have Killed Off The Dinosaurs (ABC News - November 18, 1998)
The Leonid Sample Return Mission (Marshall Space Flight Center - November 16, 1998)
First Distant Image Of Eros By NEAR (Applied Physics Laboratory - November 1998)
First Rotation Period Of A Kuiper Belt Object Measured (ESO - November 5, 1998)

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