Category:Potential impact events caused by near-Earth objects

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The chances that a near-Earth object, such as a comet or asteroid, could impact Earth is the subject of the Torino Scale and Palermo Scale. Near-Earth objects that are actively listed at the Sentry Risk Table or NEODyS should be individually included in this category. The generic category of "Potentially hazardous asteroids" is included merely for completeness.


This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.

Pages in category "Potential impact events caused by near-Earth objects"

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