A 24-hour Asteroid Day broadcast from Luxembourg, beginning at 9 p.m. EDT Thursday (0100 GMT Friday), will explore the dangers and promise of asteroids and the missions helping investigate them. The livestream will feature a special broadcast at 12 p.m. EDT (1600 GMT) Friday from NASA's Planetary Defense Coordination Office. The live webcast will appear here on Space.com, and you can also watch it at https://asteroidday.org/live/. Check out our overview of the festivities here and the full schedule here.
From Asteroid Day:
"Asteroid Day LIVE, produced by Asteroid Day and sponsored by OHB, BCE and the Government of Luxembourg, will be distributed around the world via a dedicated SES satellite network. The 24-hours of programming will be hosted by Professor Brian Cox, prominent British physicist, author and BBC commentator, who will be joined in studio and around the world by famed astronauts, and expert scientists, technologists and researchers in planetary science.
Guests for Asteroid Day LIVE include (partial listing)