12-14 December 2022
ESOC
Europe/Berlin timezone

Contribution List

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E. Christensen (CSS) , D.C. Fuls (CSS) , A.R. Gibbs (CSS) , S.M. Larson (CSS) , R.L. Seaman (CSS) , D. Fay (CSS) , J.B. Bazekas (CSS) , A.D. Grauer (CSS) , B. Gray (CSS) , H. Groeller (CSS) , J.K. Hogan (CSS) , R.A. Kowalski (CSS) , J.G. Leonard (CSS) , D. Rankin (CSS) , A. Serrano (CSS) , F.C. Shelly (CSS) , J. Sosa (CSS) , K.W. Wierzchos (CSS)
13/12/2022, 10:55

Catalina Sky Survey (CSS) has discovered three of the five imminent impactors detected to date. While the principal focus of CSS and other contemporary near-Earth object (NEO) surveys is to discover unknown larger members of the NEO population, CSS has demonstrated sensitivity to some smaller, nearby objects including imminent impactors during certain phases of their final approach. I will...