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Title: Quantifying the risk posed by potential Earth impacts
Authors: Chesley, S. R.
Chodas, P. W.
Harris, A. W.
Milani, A.
Valsecchi, G. B.
Yeomans, D. K.
Issue Date: 9-Jun-2001
Citation: Asteroids 2001: From Piazzi to the Third Millenium
Polermo, Italy
Abstract: Predictions of future potential Earth impacts by near-Earth objects (NEOs) have become commonplace in recent years, and the rate of these detections is likely to accelerate as asteroid survey efforts continue to mature. In this paper we describe the metrics introduced, and we give numerous examples of their application. This enables us to establish in rough terms the levels at which events become interesting to various parties.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/12844
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