If the plot of "Armageddon" is about to become a reality, a new NASA website will keep you posted before deep impact.
The site provides information on NASA missions to study comets, asteroids and other near-Earth objects. It also provides basic facts, news about object discoveries and even a downloadable tool to track details about current near-Earth objects.
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"This innovative new Web application gives the public an unprecedented look at what's going on in near-Earth space," said Lindley Johnson, program executive for the Near-Earth Objects Observation program at NASA Headquarters in Washington.
As of Wednesday, no asteroids are on a collision course with Earth, according to the site's first tweet:
We're going live today, July 29,2009. It's a beautiful day in the near-Earth neighborhood !
Let's hope that streak continues.