NEO

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NEONear Earth Object
NEONortheast Ohio
NEONeapolitan
NEONew Employee Orientation
NEONeo-Adjuvant Chemotherapy
NEONissan Ecology Oriented
NEONew Economic Order
NEONewly Elected Official (various organizations)
NEONelson Email Organizer
NEONew Engine Option (aviation)
NEONoncombatant Evacuation Operation
NEONamed Executive Officer
NEONetwork-Enabled Operations
NEONational Exchange Officer
NEONon-Equity Option (finance)
NEONoncombatant Evacuation Order
NEONew Earth Organization (Buck Rogers RPG)
NEONear Earth Objects Information Center
NEONissan Ecology Oriented (engine technology)
NEONursing Education Opportunities (US HRSA)
NEONuclear Explosive Operations
NEONon Ejaculatory Orgasm
NEONortheast Oklahoma Railroad
NEONetwork Element Object
NEONorthern Exposure Organics (Leaf Rapids, Manitoba, Canada)
NEONetwork Enterprise Objects (Sun)
NEONATO Eyes Only (NATO security classification)
NEONASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) Earth Observations (US NASA)
NEONortheast Orchestra
NEONational Engineering Organization
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"But, as yet there is no co-ordinated international effort to identify threatening near earth objects (NEOs) or to deal with them once detected.
The list has been compiled by researchers from the University of Southampton using software called called NEOimpactor, short for NASA's "NEO" or Near Earth Object programme.
Don Yeomans of NASA's Near Earth Object Office in California, said: "In cosmic terms, it is close.
According to the agency's Center for Near Earth Object Studies (CNEOS), the approaching asteroid is almost as big as the Chicago Water Tower.
NASA's Near Earth Object Program has identified more than 1,000 "potentially hazardous asteroids" and they are finding more all the time.While none of these objects is currently projected to hit Earth in the near future, slight changes in the orbits of these bodies, which could be caused by the gravitational pull of other objects, push from the solar wind, or some other effect could cause an intersection," French explained.
According to the agency's Center for Near Earth Object Studies (CNEOS), one of the approaching asteroids will fly closer than the Moon.
The space agency's Center for Near Earth Object Studies (CNEOS) noted that the name of the approaching asteroid is (https://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=2019%20NJ2;old=0;orb=0;cov=0;log=0;cad=1#cad) 2019 NJ2 .
Some of these predictions came from NASA's Near Earth Object Program, which calculated that the asteroid's (https://www.ibtimes.com/esa-provides-important-update-potentially-hazardous-asteroid-2807034) chances of hitting Earth on the specified date was one in 60.
NASA's Center for Near Earth Object Studies (CNEOS) has detected a massive asteroid that's expected to pass dangerously close to Earth today.
According to the agency's Center for Near Earth Object Studies (CNEOS), the asteroid might approach the planet at a lunar distance of only one.
Details regarding the asteroids are being monitored by NASA's Center for Near Earth Object Studies (CNEOS).
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