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Asteroid 2010RF12 - Discovered Yesterday! - to make close pass of Earth Sept 8th

 
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Asteroid 2010RF12 - Discovered Yesterday! - to make close pass of Earth Sept 8th
Asteroid 2010RF12 - discovered yesterday - to make close pass of Earth Sept 8th. Only 0.2 lunar distance!

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Here's some more info on Asteroid 2010RF12.

2010 RF12 - approaching intruder
Approximate diameter: 8 meters (H=28.112)
Closest Earth approach: 0.21 LD at 2118 UTC on 8 Sept. - Note: JPL reports an approach uncertainty of 7 minutes.
Inside Earth-Moon system: 0154 UTC on 8 Sept. until 1642 UTC on 9 Sept.
Inside Earth's Hill sphere: yesterday until 12 Sept.
Inside ten LD of Earth: 31 Aug. until 17 Sept.
Closest Moon approach: 0.28 LD at 1402 UTC 9 Sept.
Inside one LD of Moon: 2041 UTC on 8 Sept. until 0746 UTC on 10 Sept.
Data based on: JPL SSD orbit solution #4 downloaded today
based on 46 observations spanning 1 day
Optical observation: observed from 9 locations during 20.004 hours
discovered at 0942 UTC yesterday by the Mt. Lemmon Survey
last observed at 0543 UTC today by Magdalena Ridge Obs.
Note: risk
Link: JPL Small-Body Database


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Re: Asteroid 2010RF12 - Discovered Yesterday! - to make close pass of Earth Sept 8th
Asteroid 2010RF12 - discovered yesterday - to make close pass of Earth Sept 8th. Only 0.2 lunar distance!

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 Quoting: YooperGuy 788095



Nice find OP, I was wondering where the .2 LD came from on spaceweather.
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Re: Asteroid 2010RF12 - Discovered Yesterday! - to make close pass of Earth Sept 8th
I'm curious about the 5LD on Oct 30, that's 595Meters
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Re: Asteroid 2010RF12 - Discovered Yesterday! - to make close pass of Earth Sept 8th
interesting
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I'm curious about the 5LD on Oct 30, that's 595Meters
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 942503

The average distance from Earth to the Moon is 384,403 kilometers (238,857 miles).

They dont mean the navigation LD.
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Asteroid 2010RF12 - discovered yesterday - to make close pass of Earth Sept 8th. Only 0.2 lunar distance!

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Nice find OP, I was wondering where the .2 LD came from on spaceweather.
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That's how I came across this.... I was checking the sunspot count on spaceweather.com.... looked at the Near Earth Asteroids section and saw 0.2LD!!!! WTF??? 0.2LD!!! Only found yesterday!!! Yikes!!!
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Approximate diameter: 8 meters
Its a non event
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Asteroid 2010RF12 - discovered yesterday - to make close pass of Earth Sept 8th. Only 0.2 lunar distance!

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Nice find OP, I was wondering where the .2 LD came from on spaceweather.



That's how I came across this.... I was checking the sunspot count on spaceweather.com.... looked at the Near Earth Asteroids section and saw 0.2LD!!!! WTF??? 0.2LD!!! Only found yesterday!!! Yikes!!!
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Yeah .2LD's only 76880 kilometers lol
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Re: Asteroid 2010RF12 - Discovered Yesterday! - to make close pass of Earth Sept 8th
How do they not know this stuff sooner?
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.2 lunar distance is close.
If that asteroid is made of iron and it is 30 feet long.... wow... look out below!!!! That could take out a big city!
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Asteroid 2010RF12 - discovered yesterday - to make close pass of Earth Sept 8th. Only 0.2 lunar distance!

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Nice find OP, I was wondering where the .2 LD came from on spaceweather.



That's how I came across this.... I was checking the sunspot count on spaceweather.com.... looked at the Near Earth Asteroids section and saw 0.2LD!!!! WTF??? 0.2LD!!! Only found yesterday!!! Yikes!!!

Yeah .2LD's only 76880 kilometers lol
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What happens if it hits the moon? We say good bye to high/low tide?
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That's how I came across this.... I was checking the sunspot count on spaceweather.com.... looked at the Near Earth Asteroids section and saw 0.2LD!!!! WTF??? 0.2LD!!! Only found yesterday!!! Yikes!!!
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0.2 LD is not such a big deal. I'd be worried about the ones they still haven't seen.
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interesting
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I was thinking the same thing bre.... the big fireball and 100 meter crater in Columbia yesterday! Interesting indeed!
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you know werner von Braun is right on track and thats scary as hell!

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.2 lunar distance is close.
If that asteroid is made of iron and it is 30 feet long.... wow... look out below!!!! That could take out a big city!
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Plus the closest approach uncertainty of 7 minutes!!!! Can't JPL be a bit more percise?
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Approximate diameter: 8 meters
Its a non event
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i've already post it yesterday

Thread: asteroid missing earth by .2 lunar distance on september 8th
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you know werner von Braun is right on track and thats scary as hell!

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source?

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Re: Asteroid 2010RF12 - Discovered Yesterday! - to make close pass of Earth Sept 8th
.2 lunar distance is close.
If that asteroid is made of iron and it is 30 feet long.... wow... look out below!!!! That could take out a big city!



Plus the closest approach uncertainty of 7 minutes!!!! Can't JPL be a bit more percise?
 Quoting: YooperGuy 788095

They only have 1 day's worth of observations, so no, not really. You need to observe over a longer period of time to refine the orbital determination, preferably no less than 3 days. I'd love to watch this one as it whizzes by on the 8th, but unfortunately my laptop's power cable basically bit the dust at the end of my last broadcast on Friday night. I'm pretty sure the replacement won't be in in time :(
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[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov]

This is SCARY!! this is the one that's due to swing by in October uv11


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Approximate diameter: 8 meters
Its a non event

Catcher's Mit material.
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Take that, hand! That would blast through a skyscraper. A car into a tin can, ect. Cannot say I have ever seen it happen personally, but damn.
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Re: Asteroid 2010RF12 - Discovered Yesterday! - to make close pass of Earth Sept 8th
So its as big as a small house- big deal.
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Re: Asteroid 2010RF12 - Discovered Yesterday! - to make close pass of Earth Sept 8th
8 meters in Dia. Could easily take out a city the size of New York !!!!!

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Re: Asteroid 2010RF12 - Discovered Yesterday! - to make close pass of Earth Sept 8th
Ive been watching that list for weeks and the red letters are growing. I just checked it this morning and couldn't believe my eyes! All those near passes were not there last time I looked...
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Hey.... my 1st pin!!!!! Thanks mods!
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Not much notice for something passing so close.
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Would a rock 50000 miles from Earth cause a disturbance?
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this is NOTHING. quit being such pussies
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.2 lunar distance is close.
If that asteroid is made of iron and it is 30 feet long.... wow... look out below!!!! That could take out a big city!
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Yep.

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