A Map Of 18000 Asteroids In The Solar System by Eleanor Lutz, University of Washington Biology Department
This map visualizes the orbits of more than 18000 asteroids in the solar system. This includes everything we know of that’s over 10km in diameter - about 10000 asteroids - as well as 8000 randomized objects of unknown size.
The map was designed in Python using open data from NASA's orbital mechanics server. The source code to recreate the map or work with orbital dynamics data is open-sourced on Github.
The entrant has supplied multiple files for this work: