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Muller C. (2014). The Carrington solar flares of 1859: consequences on life. Origins of life and evolution of the biosphere : the journal of the International Society for the Study of the Origin of Life, 44(3), 185-95.
The Earth Impact Database (EID) is a collection of images, publications and abstracts from around the world (compiled over the last 25 years) that provides information about confirmed impact structures for the scientific community and space enthusiasts.
Ying-Tung Chen, Hsing Wen Lin, Matthew J. Holman, Matthew J. Payne, Wesley C. Fraser, Pedro Lacerda, Wing-Huen Ip, Wen-Ping Chen, Rolf-Peter Kudritzki, Robert Jedicke, Richard J. Wainscoat, John L. Tonry, Eugene A. Magnier, Christopher Waters, Nick Kaiser, Shiang-Yu Wang, Matthew Lehner
Summary On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong and "Buzz" Aldrin became the first humans to set foot on the Moon. This NBC News program hosted by Jane Pauley captures the monumental Apollo 11 mission-from launch, to moonwalk, to splashdown, and beyond. In addition, Brian Williams provides a brief history of the space program.
"The JPL Small-Body Database Browser provides data for all known asteroids and many comets. Available data include: orbital elements, orbit diagrams, physical parameters, discovery circumstances. Newly discovered objects and their orbits are added on a daily basis. Discovery circumstances are updated on a roughly monthly interval. Physical parameters, other than magnitude parameters, are updated on a less frequent basis." -- NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
"The ongoing Backyard Worlds: Planet 9 project, funded by NASA, lets anyone join the quest to find more mysterious objects in spacecraft data." -- https://www.nasa.gov/feature/citizen-scientists-discover-dozens-of-new-cosmic-neighbors-in-nasa-data
"The Minor Planet Center (MPC) is the single worldwide location for receipt and distribution of positional measurements of minor planets, comets and outer irregular natural satellites of the major planets." -- website