Asteroid Watch (NASA: JPL)For those of us who have become enamored with the wonders of Ceres and other asteroids, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory's Asteroid Watch will come as a welcome source for news, updates, and information about these potentially hazardous space rocks. Recent News items have included closest-ever photographs of Ceres, the 587-mile wide minor planet that orbits neptune, plans for a new "comet hitchhiker" that would land on multiple asteroids, and an article debunking recent Internet rumors that a giant asteroid was set to collide with the earth. Under Related Links, readers will also find Asteroid Fast Facts, as well as Images and Videos of asteroids. The site also offers a downloadable Asteroid Watch widget, which informs readers of asteroids and comets that are scheduled to make relatively close approaches to earth. However, direct download isn't available from this webpage and readers will need to conduct a search of the JPL website for download options and instructions.