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  • By the end of the telescope's extended mission, called NEOWISE, last year, astronomers had found 90 percent of the largest asteroids near our planet, NASA scientists said.

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  • From NASA: "This doesn't give the remnants from the collision very much time to move into a resonance spot, and get flung down to Earth 65 million years ago," said Amy Mainzer, a co-author of a new study appearing in the Astrophysical Journal and the principal investigator of NEOWISE at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory JPL in Pasadena.

    New Data Suggests Baptistina Asteroid Not Responsible For Dinosaur Extinction

  • Mainzer is the principal investigator of NEOWISE, a project to find and catalog new asteroids and comets spotted by WISE the acronym combines WISE with NEO, the shorthand for near-Earth object.

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  • NEOWISE observations indicate that there are at least 40 percent fewer near-Earth asteroids in total that are larger than 330 feet, or 100 meters.

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  • The NEOWISE team's computer model suggests that there are 981 of such asteroids, compared with previous estimates of around 1,000.

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  • Results from NEOWISE which stands for Near-Earth Object WISE are being published in

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  • NEOWISE observations indicate there are at least 40 percent fewer near-Earth asteroids in total that are larger than 100 meters 330 feet.

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  • "NEOWISE was just the latest asset NASA has used to find Earth's nearest neighbors," Lindley Johnson, program executive for the Near Earth Object Observation Program at NASA Headquarters, said in today's release.

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  • The NEOWISE team estimated that there are 19,500 of such rocks in the near-Earth zone.

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  • Quantum Teleportation Breakthrough May Pave the Way for Quantum Computing NEOWISE observations indicate that there are at least 40 percent fewer near-Earth asteroids in total that are larger than 330 feet, or 100 meters.

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  • NASA's orbiting "Near-Earth Object Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer"

    An infrared telescope now re-used for finding hazardous NEO asteroids.

    August 4, 2015