Homing in for New Year: impact parameters and pre-impact orbital evolution of meteoroid 2014 AA

@article{FuenteMarcos2016HomingIF,
  title={Homing in for New Year: impact parameters and pre-impact orbital evolution of meteoroid 2014 AA},
  author={Carlos de la Fuente Marcos and Ra{\'u}l de la Fuente Marcos and Pierrick Mialle},
  journal={Astrophysics and Space Science},
  year={2016},
  volume={361},
  pages={1-33}
}
On 2008 October 7, small asteroid 2008TC3$2008~\mbox{TC}_{3}$ turned itself into the parent body of the first meteor ever to be predicted before entering the Earth’s atmosphere. Over five years later, the 2014 AA event became the second instance of such an occurrence. The uncertainties associated with the pre-impact orbit of 2008TC3$2008~\mbox{TC}_{3}$ are relatively small because thousands of observations were made during the hours preceding the actual meteor airburst. In sharp contrast, 2014… 
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