Friday, November 09, 2007
- Name: SatTrackCam Leiden
- Location: Leiden, Netherlands
Dutch, 45, PhD, professional stone age archaeologist, meteoriticist, avid satellite tracker, meteor observer, asteroid discoverer. Asteroid (183294) Langbroek was named after me. In 2012, I received the Dr. J. van der Bilt Prize of the Royal Dutch Astronomy Association (KNVWS) for my work on meteors, asteroids and satellites. As an invited expert I advised members of Dutch Parliament about military satellite systems and their locations during a 2016 foreign affairs committee hearing about the MH17 disaster.
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- Yet more comet 17P/Holmes
- More comet 17P/Holmes
- Comet 17P/Holmes
- Short session
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- Another -8 Iridium flare
- NOSS 3-4 Centaur rocket brightness variation
Weather at Cospar 4353
Excerpt from United Nations resolution 2222 (XXI).
Treaty on Principles Governing the Activities of States in the Exploration and Use of Outer Space, including the Moon and Other Celestial Bodies
In order to promote international co-operation in the peaceful exploration and use of outer space, States Parties to the Treaty conducting activities in outer space, including the moon and other celestial bodies, agree to inform the Secretary-General of the United Nations as well as the public and the international scientific community, to the greatest extent feasible and practicable, of the nature, conduct, locations and results of such activities. On receiving the said information, the Secretary-General of the United Nations should be prepared to disseminate it immediately and effectively.