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Title: The Near-Earth Asteroid Tracking (NEAT) Program: A Completely Automated System for Telescope Control, Wide-Field Imaging, and Object Detection
Authors: Pravdo, S. H.
Rabinowitz, D. L.
Helin, E. F.
Lawrence, K. J.
Bambery, R. J.
Clark, C. C.
Groom, S. L.
Levin, S.
Lorre, J.
Shaklan, S. B.
Kervin, P.
Africano, J. A.
Sydney, P.
Soohoo, V.
Issue Date: 1-Sep-1998
Citation: Astronomical Journal
USA
Abstract: The Near-Earth Asteroid Tracking (NEAT) system operates autonomously at the Maui Space Surveillance Site on the summit of the extinct Haleakala Volcano Crater, Hawaii. The program began in December 1995 and continues with an observing run every month.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/20572
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