On the Origins of Earth-Approaching Asteroids

@article{Lupishko2001OnTO,
  title={On the Origins of Earth-Approaching Asteroids},
  author={Dmitrij F. Lupishko and T. A. Lupishko},
  journal={Solar System Research},
  year={2001},
  volume={35},
  pages={227-233}
}
It is generally accepted that Main-Belt asteroids (MBAs) and nuclei of no longer active comets are the sources that replenish the Amor, Apollo, and Aten groups of asteroids, i.e., Earth-approaching asteroids (EAAs). Investigations of the dynamics of EAAs and numerical modeling of their orbital motion have shown that the so-called resonance mechanism of the replenishment of the EAA population with objects from the Main Belt is quite sufficient for its maintenance. In this paper, we compare the… 
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