I tried to search here and some other places but I am having trouble finding a concise outlet for this. I'm hoping you guys can elucidate or point me in the right direction.
Been reading Death From the Skies (of course), and got to wondering what it takes to model the path of a meteoroid and what the sources of error are.
Is there a list of these things. I know it must be more complex that simple newtonian physics (I hope) as there are other things besides mass and momentum that would guide the path. For example solar wind.
Is there a site that would let me see the physics involved with the modeling and what the sources of error with regard to being able to make statements like "1:1000000 chance of impact".