Near-Earth Objects: Finding Them before They Find Us

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INDEX OF ASTEROID AND COMETARY OBJECTS
Asteroid objects. See also asteroids (general index)
1 Ceres, 59–60, 120, 128
2 Pallas, 60
3 Juno, 60
4 Vesta, 60, 80, 90n7, 120n5
5 Astraea, 60–61
21 Lutetia, 90n5
24 Themis, 25n7
216 Kleopatra, 81, 89, 91
243 Ida, 90n1, 99
253 Mathilde, 83–85, 90n2, 99
433 Eros, xii, 61–62, 64, 82, 99, 122
719 Albert, xii, 61
887 Alinda, 62
951 Gaspra, 90n1, 91, 99
1036 Ganymed, 62
1221 Amor, 11, 62
1566 Icarus, 148–49
1814 Bach, 13
1862 Apollo, 11, 62
2001 Einstein, 13
2060 Chiron, 38n3, 97
2062 Aten, 11, 62
2730 Barks, 80n1
2867 Steins, 90n5
2956 Yeomans, 13
3200 Phaethon, 110
4015 Wilson-Harrington, 97
4179 Toutatis, 115
5496 1973 NA, 64
5535 Annefrank, 90n4
6489 Golevka, 44
6701 Warhol, 13
7968 Elst-Pizarro, 97
8749 Beatles, 13
9969 Braille, 90n3
20461 Dioretsa, 97
25143 Itokawa, 84–85, 90n6, 99
29075 1950 DA, 133
54509 YORP, 45n8
60558 Echeclus, 97
66391 1999 KW4, 86–88
99942 Apophis, 120n5, 135–37, 146
101955 1999 RQ363, 133–134
118401 Linear, 97
136199 Eris, 27, 37
136472 Makemake, 37
163693 Atira, 11–12
2005 U1 Read, 97
2008 R1 Garradd, 97
2008 TC3, 125–27, 138
2011 CQ1, 137–38
Cometary objects. See also comets (general index)
1P/Halley, 12, 57, 94n2, 95
7P/Pons-Winnecke, 121
9P/Tempel 1, 94n6, 95nn7,8,9, 96, 142–43
16P/Brooks, 2, 92n5
19P/Borrelly, 94n5
21P/Giacobini-Zinner, 94n1
55P/Tempel-Tuttle, 8, 57, 110
67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, 90n5, 95n10, 121n6
73P/Schwassmann-Wachmann 3, 92
81P/Wild 2, 94n6
103P/Hartley 2, 93, 95n8
109P/Swift-Tuttle, 8, 12, 57, 110
133P/Elst-Pizarro, 25n7
176P/LINEAR, 25n7
238P/Read, 25n7

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