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Web Data

Webz.io turns the unstructured web into data machines can use. It runs multiple heuristic parsers on every page to auto-detect its structure and unifies it.

Enriched and
Ready for Action

Webz.io uses deep NLP to enrich data and infer additional meaning. So machines can understand what humans see.

Complete
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With the Web

Webz.io runs an array of crawlers specialized for every data source. Using deep learning, they’re constantly adding new sources for continuously expanding and enhancing coverage.

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published: "2021-06-12T03:00:00.000+03:00" ,

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author: "Julia Musto" ,

title: "NASA approves asteroid-hunting space telescope to monitor near-Earth objects | Fox News" ,

text: "NASA approves asteroid-hunting space telescope to monitor near-Earth objects The NEO Surveyor will use infrared sensors to locate the space rocks NASA plans two missions to Venus NASA aims for two new missions to Venus to learn more about the ‘lost habitable’ world; former NASA astronaut Tom Jones provides insight on ‘CAVUTO Live.’ NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory announced Friday that the agency has approved a new infrared space telescope in the effort to help advance planetary defense efforts . The Near-Earth Object Surveyor space telescope (NEO Surveyor) will move to the next phase of mission development at JPL after a successful review that moved the mission forward into preliminary design. NASA CHIEF BILL NELSON OPTIMISTIC ABOUT SPACE EXPLORATION AS PRIVATE SECTOR, GOVERNMENT COMBINE EFFORTS The NEO Surveyor was proposed to aid NASA's ability to both discover and characterize near-earth objects , like the "potentially hazardous" asteroid 2021 KT1 . According to NASA, a near-Earth object is an asteroid or comet that approaches within 1.3 astronomical units of the sun . The agency has been on a mission to discover 90% of NEOs larger than 459 feet in size and has reportedly found around 40% of near-Earth asteroids within that range. In 2010, NASA completed its goal to discover 90% of all NEOs larger than 3,280 feet in size. "Each night, astronomers across the globe diligently use ground- based optical telescopes to discover new NEOs, characterize their shape and size, and confirm they do not pose a threat to us, " Kelly Fast, program manager for NASA’s NEO Observations Program, said in JPL's announcement . "Those telescopes are only able to look for NEOs in the night sky.NEO Surveyor would allow observations to continue day and night, specifically targeting regions where NEOs that could pose a hazard might be found and accelerating the progress toward the Congressional goal." NASA GIVES ALL CLEAR: EARTH SAFE FROM ASTEROID THREAT FOR 100 YEARS Discovering, characterizing and tracking potentially hazardous NEOs is critical for the safety of the planet and ensures that deflection or impact mitigation can be carried out before catastrophe strikes. While NASA has given all-clears for some NEOs, like the "God of Chaos" asteroid Apophis , using telescope observations and there are no known impact threats to Earth for the next century, unpredicted impacts by unknown NEOs are still a threat. " ,

summary: "NASA approves asteroid-hunting space telescope to monitor near-Earth objects The NEO Surveyor will use infrared sensors to locate the space rocks NASA plans two missions to Venus NASA aims for two new missions to Venus to learn more about the ‘lost habitable’ world; former NASA astronaut Tom Jones provides insight on ‘CAVUTO Live.’ NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory announced Friday that the agency has approved a new infrared space telescope in the effort to help advance planetary defense efforts. The Near-Earth Object Surveyor space telescope (NEO Surveyor) will move to the next phase of mission development at JPL after a successful review that moved the mission forward into preliminary design. [...] According to NASA, a near-Earth object is an asteroid or comet that approaches within 1.3 astronomical units of the sun. The agency has been on a mission to discover 90% of NEOs larger than 459 feet in size and has reportedly found around 40% of near-Earth asteroids within that range. [...] "Those telescopes are only able to look for NEOs in the night sky.NEO Surveyor would allow observations to continue day and night, specifically targeting regions where NEOs that could pose a hazard might be found and accelerating the progress toward the Congressional goal." ,

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