NEAs — Exploring Sentry Data
I covered some asteroid and NEA basics in my last post. In this post, we will examine some NEA/NEO data and try and understand some metrics related to potentially hazardous/dangerous NEO (Near Earth Objects). Let’s begin.
Our exploration starts with some publicly available data via the CNEOS API, specifically, I will be examining the following dataset.
Setting the following values “Observed anytime”, “Any impact probability”, “Any Palermo scale” and “Any H” returns a database query which at the time of this writing produces a dataset with 990 rows. I…