Last updated: 27 July 2002
Sent: Wednesday, July 24, 2002 8:09:49 From: email@example.com (Richard Seymour) From a discussion in the LX90 group about Near Earth Object Asteroid 2002 NT 7 , i was alerted to -this- site: http://newton.dm.unipi.it/cgi-bin/neodys/neoibo?objects:2002NT7;main So what? you ask... Two things: (a) it has -labels- on the parameters.. so they're immediately usable in the Autostar (unlike Harvard's where we have to remember what "q" and "M" mean). (b) you can edit that URL to locate other "in the news" asteroids so the above (for 2002 NT 7 ) can have the "NT7" changed to "NY40" yielding: http://newton.dm.unipi.it/cgi-bin/neodys/neoibo?objects:2002NY40;main which was a recent topic of mention here in the Alerts... (i love URLs) have fun --dick
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