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object program

[′äb·jekt ‚prō‚gram]
(computer science)
The computer language program prepared by an assembler or a compiler after acting on a programmer-written source program. Also known as object routine; target program; target routine.

object program

A machine language program ready to run in a particular operating environment. It has been assembled or compiled, and linked. This is an early term that has no relationship to object technology. See linker and object-oriented programming.
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Table 10 lists all NEOs that come within 0.05 AU of the Earth during 2011, as computed by NASA's Near Earth Object Program. In 1999, the Torino Impact Hazard Scale was adopted by the International Astronomical Union (IAU) to help scientists communicate the potential danger of an impact.
Paul Chodas, Steve Chesley, Jon Giorgini, and Don Yeomans of NASA's Near Earth Object Program find that the asteroid will pass 4.7 Earth radii (30,000 kilometers, or 18,600 miles) from Earth's surface.
The Near Earth Object Program at NASA has a (http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/ca/) chart that reveals the object names, approach date, distance, estimated diameter and relative velocity of any potential passing objects.
The latest trajectory of comet 2013 A1 (Siding Spring) generated by the Near-Earth Object Program Office at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., has indicated the comet will pass within 186,000 miles (300,000 kilometers) of Mars and there is a strong possibility that it might pass much closer.
"This is a tiny asteroid," said astronomer Paul Chodas, who works in NASA's Near-Earth Object program in Pasadena, California "It would be very faint and difficult to detect - not impossible, but difficult."
Table 10 lists all NEOs that come within 0.07 AU of the Earth during 2010, as computed by NASA's Near Earth Object Program. In 1999, the Torino Impact Hazard Scale was adopted by the International Astronomical Union (IAU) to help scientists communicate the potential danger of an impact.
Yeomans, Manager of NASA's Near-Earth Object Program Office at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, estimates that there are about 1,000 of these objects 1 km or more across, and more than 460 have been inventoried.
"We would expect an event of this magnitude to occur once every 100 years on average," Paul Chodas of NASA's Near-Earth Object Program Office said.
Table 10 lists all NEOs that come within 0.05 AU of the Earth during 2009, as computed by NASA's Near Earth Object Program. In 1999, the Torino Impact Hazard Scale was adopted by the International Astronomical Union (IAU) to help scientists communicate the potential danger of an impact.
NASA's Near-Earth Object Program keeps track of the ones that might come anywhere near buzzing the Earth.
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"It's on its way out," Paul Chodas of NASA's Near-Earth Object program at Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California said.

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