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Current Impact Risks

Observers, mission planners, and other interested users are invited to use the following tool to identify future observing opportunities for those near-Earth objects that may be well-suited to future human space flight round trip rendezvous missions. Please consider the assumptions and caveats (listed below) related to these data to assist in their proper interpretation.

NHATS Table

A table showing NHATS-compliant NEAs that can be filtered using various constraints and sorted by various fields is available at the link above.

The Near-Earth Object Human Space Flight Accessible Targets Study (NHATS) began in September 2010 under the auspices of NASA Headquarters Planetary Science Division of the Science Mission Directorate in cooperation with the Advanced Exploration Systems Division of the Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate. Its purpose was to identify any known NEOs, particularly Near-Earth Asteroids (NEAs) that might be accessible by future human space flight missions. The Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) independently performed the first phase of the NHATS study in parallel to validate the results.

http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/risks/

Sentry Risk Table
The following table lists potential future Earth impact events that the JPL Sentry System has detected based on currently available observations. Click on the object designation to go to a page with full details on that object.

Sentry is a highly automated collision monitoring system that continually scans the most current asteroid catalog for possibilities of future impact with Earth over the next 100 years. Whenever a potential impact is detected it will be analyzed and the results immediately published here, except in unusual cases where an IAU Technical Review is underway.

It is normal that, as additional observations become available, objects will disappear from this table whenever there are no longer any potential impact detections. For this reason we maintain a list of removed objects with the date of removal.

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Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet: News

Many very interesting NASA articles at the link below.

This is just a sample of some very interesting reading on Earth systems and  major shifts.
Let’s do our research and get the facts straight.

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Expanding tropics are pushing high altitude clouds towards poles.

A new NASA analysis of 30-years of satellite data suggests that a previously observed trend of high altitude clouds in the mid-latitudes shifting toward the poles is caused primarily by the expansion of the tropics.

Clouds are among the most important mediators of heat reaching Earth’s surface. Where clouds are absent, darker surfaces like the ocean or vegetated land absorb heat, but where clouds occur, their white tops reflect incoming sunlight away, which can cause a cooling effect on Earth’s surface. Where and how the distribution of cloud patterns change strongly affects Earth’s climate. Understanding the underlying causes of cloud migration will allow researchers to better predict how they may affect Earth’s climate in the future.

http://climate.nasa.gov/news/

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Images from Commander Hadfield (with images, tweets) · dougpete · Storify

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