ASTEROID DAY LIVE
INTRODUCTION – ASTEROID DAY LIVE FROM LUXEMBOURG
Relive the Asteroid Day LIVE experience in our video collection featuring the day’s individual panels and talks with our asteroid experts. Click through your favourite segments or watch the entire recorded 6-hour broadcast from Luxembourg! Asteroid Day LIVE from Luxembourg was recorded on June 30, 2017, from the Broadcasting Center Europe as part of the first ever 24 hour broadcast about space and asteroids.
OTHER LIVE PROGRAMS
LIVE FROM ESA
In the ESOC segment, ESA’s NEO experts hosted a series of presentations in front of a live audience, including ‘Armageddon the movie: separating fact from fiction’, followed by discussions on the need for timely and accurate NEO information.
LIVE FROM JAXA
Hayabusa-2 Principal Investigator Makoto Yoshikawa gave a 1-hour long talk about the mission for Asteroid Day LIVE on June 30, 2017.
LIVE FROM NASA
NASA marked the 2017 International Asteroid Day with a live program featuring the agency’s Planetary Defense Coordination Office and other projects working to find and study near-Earth objects (NEOs).
PROGRAMS FROM OUR CONTRIBUTORS
The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope will create the largest ever census of asteroids in the Solar System while at the same time studying topics as diverse as Dark Energy and the time domain universe. This movie will introduce you to the project…
UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA PROGRAM
The University of Arizona’s Lunar and Planetary Laboratory stands at the forefront of asteroid science. Join us for a presentation by UA/LPL’s pioneers on the asteroid frontier.
ASTEROID DAY EXCLUSIVES
The film that inspired the creation of Asteroid Day. Damon Miller is a filmmaker grappling with the pressures of an impoverished profession and a dissolving relationship. One routine assignment will change his life as he is involved in the disturbing research into Near-Earth Objects.
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