NEOShield-2 at ASIME 2016

Sep 23
  NEOShield-2 at ASTEROID SCIENCE INTERSECTIONS WITH IN-SPACE MINE ENGINEERING ( ASIME ) 2016 (Photo Courtesy: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/) Eminent Scientists from NEOShield-2 Team actively contributed to the Asteroid Science Intersections with In – Space Mine Engineering ( ASIME ) 2016 global workshop. The space missions of the asteroid miners rest on a deep knowledge of the physical properties of asteroids. However, because the two domains of in-space resources engineers and asteroid scientists have different dependencies on

NASA Funds telescope to track Near Earth Objects

Jul 25
NASA reportedly funded the New Mexico Tech’s Magdalena Ridge Observatory for it’s Asteroid Observations. The observatory is working on its 2.4 meter (8 foot diameter) telescope to keep track of potentially dangerous Near Earth Objects and large asteroids that might be on a collision course with earth. This is a forward move in the discovery and research of Near Earth Objects. The international community is increasing it’s efforts in the study and tackle of NEOs! MRO,

Asteroid Day and NEOShield-2 event in Israel

Jul 07
Our first NEOShield-2 Agent reports from his second event, organised by him at the Israeli Astronomical Society in Israel at Asteroid Day 2016:   Hi everybody, I wanted to tell you about my experience from Asteroid Day 2016 (June 30). It all started 2 months ago, after receiving the NEOShield-2 overview presentation and discussing the event with Grig Richters from Asteroid Day, I worked for about a month on my own presentation that contained material