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NASA WARNING! Huge Asteroid 2005 YU55 to Pass Near Earth in November 8!
Mark your calendars for an impressive and upcoming flyby of an asteroid that’s one of the larger potentially perilous space rocks in the heavens – in terms of smacking the Earth in the future.

It’s the case of asteroid 2005 YU55, a round mini-world that is about 1,300 feet (400 meters) in diameter. In early November, this asteroid will approach Earth within a scant 0.85 lunar distances.

Due the object’s size and whisking by so close to Earth, an extensive campaign of radar, visual and infrared observations are being planned.

Asteroid 2005 YU55 was discovered by Spacewatch at the University of Arizona, Tucson’s Lunar and Planetary Laboratory on Dec. 28, 2005. [Photos: Asteroids in Deep Space]

En route and headed our way, the cosmic wanderer is another reminder about life here on our sitting duck of a planet.


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“The close Earth approach of 2005 YU55 on Nov. 8, is unusual since it is close and big. On average, one wouldn’t expect an object this big to pass this close but every 30 years,” said Don Yeomans, manager of NASA’s Near-Earth Object Program Office and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif.

Yeomans said that with new radar capabilities at Goldstone in California — part of NASA’s Deep Space Network — there is a good chance of obtaining radar imaging of 2005 YU55 down to the 5-meter resolution level. Doing so, he said, would mean obtaining higher spatial resolution of the object than that attained by recent spacecraft flyby missions.

“So we like to think of this opportunity as a close flyby mission with Earth as the spacecraft,” Yeomans told SPACE.com. “When combined with ground-based optical and near-infrared observations, the radar data should provide a fairly complete picture of one of the larger potentially hazardous asteroids,” he said. [5 Reasons to Care About Asteroids]

Asteroid 2005 YU55 is a slow rotator. Because of its size and proximity to Earth, the Minor Planet Center in Cambridge, Mass., has designated the space rock as a “potentially hazardous asteroid.”

[link to www.space.com]
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so what is the date of the 'elinin object? around end october?

i feel like they hide much more then just this.
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Elenin, Honda, Levy and others. please report this here if you know other 'object' inbound in this short time lapse.
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C/2010 X1 (Elenin pass in and disturb the asteroid belt

At the moment, the comet is just getting to the area of maximum concentration of Main Belt asteroids, but already now, with the help of the program ArtemisSIMULATOR, we can find several close approaches over the course of 3-4 days. All the approaches are calculated on the basis of a nominal orbit.

Thus, March 31, Comet Elenin passes 1,366,500 km (0.009 AU) from asteroid 2001 SC155. On the same day, nearby, at a distance of 1,255,000 km (0.084 AU) and 1,365,500 km (0.009 AU) it encounters another two asteroids – 2005 NF30 and 2007 FR10 respectively. The closest approach will be April 2 – the comet and asteroid 2001 WA49 will pass by each other at only 335,500 km, which works out to 0.87 LD (the average distance from the Earth to the moon)! Unfortunately, it will only be possible to see the close passage in images taken by the largest telescopes. The brightness of asteroid 2001 WA49 will be 21m.

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how much numbers of space object nasa and other earth agency can track at same time?
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Should be an easy capture for the GLP telescope as well as my own, but at magnitude 11 at the closest point of the approach it'll still be far too dim to see by eye (and probably by binoculars as well) unfortunately.
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Should be an easy capture for the GLP telescope as well as my own, but at magnitude 11 at the closest point of the approach it'll still be far too dim to see by eye (and probably by binoculars as well) unfortunately.
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so, in the whole world of astronomy no one have a eyes on this event? smell bs desinfo
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Should be an easy capture for the GLP telescope as well as my own, but at magnitude 11 at the closest point of the approach it'll still be far too dim to see by eye (and probably by binoculars as well) unfortunately.
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so, in the whole world of astronomy no one have a eyes on this event? smell bs desinfo
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Serious amateur astronomers will no doubt observe it, but it's not something your casual backyard sky gazer is going to be able to see. That's pretty much the norm for a NEO flyby. This object is certainly larger than most NEOs, and magnitude 11 is brighter than a normal NEO flyby, but it's still beyond the reach of casual star gazers.
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Should be an easy capture for the GLP telescope as well as my own, but at magnitude 11 at the closest point of the approach it'll still be far too dim to see by eye (and probably by binoculars as well) unfortunately.
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so, in the whole world of astronomy no one have a eyes on this event? smell bs desinfo
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Serious amateur astronomers will no doubt observe it, but it's not something your casual backyard sky gazer is going to be able to see. That's pretty much the norm for a NEO flyby. This object is certainly larger than most NEOs, and magnitude 11 is brighter than a normal NEO flyby, but it's still beyond the reach of casual star gazers.
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sky gazer add 'normaly" what kind of telescope? no device lesser then 5000 $ can catch this?
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i have saw clearly observe P/2010 V1 (Ikeya-Murakami) last 2010 Nov. with A nikon d80 + teleobjectif

the comet was only 10m in size and behind saturn at this time.
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Should be an easy capture for the GLP telescope as well as my own, but at magnitude 11 at the closest point of the approach it'll still be far too dim to see by eye (and probably by binoculars as well) unfortunately.
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so, in the whole world of astronomy no one have a eyes on this event? smell bs desinfo
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Serious amateur astronomers will no doubt observe it, but it's not something your casual backyard sky gazer is going to be able to see. That's pretty much the norm for a NEO flyby. This object is certainly larger than most NEOs, and magnitude 11 is brighter than a normal NEO flyby, but it's still beyond the reach of casual star gazers.
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sky gazer add 'normaly" what kind of telescope? no device lesser then 5000 $ can catch this?
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Well when I say sky gazer I just mean someone either without a telescope or with a cheap store bought telescope. The scope needed to see this need not be expensive, but it needs to be a quality telescope with modest aperture. It would be easiest to do with an astrophotography setup capable of at least some deep space imaging. A large dobsonian could be used to spot it by eye as well, but you'd have to know exactly where to find it (one of the dob push-to or goto scopes Orion sells would work best).

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come on Astro, we all know you are a tier3 astronome. give us some images or a link with it.
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come on Astro, we all know you are a tier3 astronome. give us some images or a link with it.
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What's a "tier3 astronome[r]"?
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I’ve found a nice webpage with excellent graphics for this asteroid including a cool animation: [link to www.curtrenz.com]
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I’ve found a nice webpage with excellent graphics for this asteroid including a cool animation: [link to www.curtrenz.com]
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LOL... watching that animation it gives a direct hit!
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Ooops... here's the direct link

[link to www.curtrenz.com]
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LOL, it’s mentioned on the graphic that the body sizes are exaggerated. In reality the Earth would be a small fraction of a pixel and the comet about 1/30,000 the width of the Earth.
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so, in the whole world of astronomy no one have a eyes on this event? smell bs desinfo
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Serious amateur astronomers will no doubt observe it, but it's not something your casual backyard sky gazer is going to be able to see. That's pretty much the norm for a NEO flyby. This object is certainly larger than most NEOs, and magnitude 11 is brighter than a normal NEO flyby, but it's still beyond the reach of casual star gazers.
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sky gazer add 'normaly" what kind of telescope? no device lesser then 5000 $ can catch this?
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Well when I say sky gazer I just mean someone either without a telescope or with a cheap store bought telescope. The scope needed to see this need not be expensive, but it needs to be a quality telescope with modest aperture. It would be easiest to do with an astrophotography setup capable of at least some deep space imaging. A large dobsonian could be used to spot it by eye as well, but you'd have to know exactly where to find it (one of the dob push-to or goto scopes Orion sells would work best).
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Would one of those 5 or 6" Celestrons you recommended to me a week ago be sufficient?
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Serious amateur astronomers will no doubt observe it, but it's not something your casual backyard sky gazer is going to be able to see. That's pretty much the norm for a NEO flyby. This object is certainly larger than most NEOs, and magnitude 11 is brighter than a normal NEO flyby, but it's still beyond the reach of casual star gazers.
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sky gazer add 'normaly" what kind of telescope? no device lesser then 5000 $ can catch this?
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Well when I say sky gazer I just mean someone either without a telescope or with a cheap store bought telescope. The scope needed to see this need not be expensive, but it needs to be a quality telescope with modest aperture. It would be easiest to do with an astrophotography setup capable of at least some deep space imaging. A large dobsonian could be used to spot it by eye as well, but you'd have to know exactly where to find it (one of the dob push-to or goto scopes Orion sells would work best).
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Would one of those 5 or 6" Celestrons you recommended to me a week ago be sufficient?
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It should suffice if you use it with the Meade DSI and focal reducer. By eye you should theoretically be able to spot it in the eyepiece, but it would be near the limit of what you can see with that telescope and might require averted vision.
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I made a video a couple weeks ago on this one, here;

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sky gazer add 'normaly" what kind of telescope? no device lesser then 5000 $ can catch this?
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Well when I say sky gazer I just mean someone either without a telescope or with a cheap store bought telescope. The scope needed to see this need not be expensive, but it needs to be a quality telescope with modest aperture. It would be easiest to do with an astrophotography setup capable of at least some deep space imaging. A large dobsonian could be used to spot it by eye as well, but you'd have to know exactly where to find it (one of the dob push-to or goto scopes Orion sells would work best).
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Would one of those 5 or 6" Celestrons you recommended to me a week ago be sufficient?
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It should suffice if you use it with the Meade DSI and focal reducer. By eye you should theoretically be able to spot it in the eyepiece, but it would be near the limit of what you can see with that telescope and might require averted vision.
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Rockin', thanks bud! If averted vision doesn't do it, I'm willing to try double vision...
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Some info on 2005 YU55

Posted by Truthworker here: [link to spaceobs.org]

Asteroid 2005 YU55 historic and future alignments:

A record close approach to earth is coming up:
11/09/11 object approaches earth at .0022 au

In fact there are 3 key alignments coming:
11/01/11 object aligned between earth and sun
11/09/11 object approaches earth at .0022 au
11/11/11 object aligned with earth and sun

(Notice some correlations with 11-11 and 9-11)

What occurred in the past with previous earth alignments and close approaches?

Year 2010-2010
01/28/11 aligned with earth and sun, same day volcano erupted in Japan
04/30/10 aligned with earth and sun, same day 6.5 earthquake in Bering Sea
04/19/10 approached earth at .015 au, same day 5.6 earthquake in Afghanistan
04/13/10 aligned with earth and sun, same day 6.9 earthquake in China, and massive fireball reported in Wisconsin sky
04/07/10 is near earth and aligned with earth and sun, day before a 7.8 earthquake in Sumatra, Indonesia and day before that a 7.2 earthquake in Baja California, Mexico

Year 2005-2006
01/02/06 aligned with earth and sun, same day 7.2 earthquake in Fiji region and 7.4 earthquake east of the South Sandwich Islands
08/01/05 aligned between earth and sun, a week before on 7/25 a 5.0 earthquake Heilongjiang, China
02/21/05 aligned with earth and sun, next day 6.4 earthquake in Iran

Year 1999-2000
11/09/00 approached earth at .042 au, one week later 7.5, 7.6 and 8.0 earthquakes in New Ireland, Papua New Guinea on 11/16 and 11/17
01/27/00 aligned with earth and sun, next day 6.8 earthquake in Kuril Islands
05/11/99 aligned between earth and sun, 7.1 earthquake New Britain, Papua New Guinea on 5/10 and align of mars-earth-object-mercury on 5/9
04/22/99 approached earth at .0543 au, same day 5.7 earthquake in South Africa and 6.5 in Kermadec Island Region two days prior on 4/20
04/03/99 aligned with earth and sun, two days later a 7.4 earthquake New Britain, Papua New Guinea

Year 1994-1995
01/01/95 aligned with earth and sun, same day 6.5 earthquake Honshu, Japan
08/05/94 aligned between earth and sun, on day closest to sun, next day 5.3 earthquake in Australia
02/17/94 aligned with earth and sun, on day before a 6.4 earthquake Vanuata Islands, and two days prior a 7.0 in Sumatera, Indonesia and 6.4 in Loyalty Islands

Year 1988-1989
11/11/89 approached earth at .0815 au, on 11/1 a 7.4 earthquake in Honshu, Japan
05/20/88 aligned with earth and sun
04/23/88 approached earth at .0937 au
03/29/88 aligned with earth and sun, next day 5.7 earthquake in Iran

Year 1983-1984
12/31/83 aligned with earth and sun, 6.5 earthquake in Honshu, Japan next day on 1/1 and 6.6 earthquake in Hindu Kush region one day before on 12/30.
08/12/83 aligned between earth and sun, 5 days later on 8/17 volcano erupts in Indonesia, 6.6 earthquake in Kamchatka and 6.5 in Luzon, Philippines
02/17/83 aligned with earth and sun, 3 days prior a 6.3 earthquake in Alaska

Year 1977-1978
11/14/78 approached earth at .12 au, on 11/1 a 6.8 earthquake Kirgiz SSR
01/24/78 object aligns with Mars, Earth, sun and Venus, with close approach to Mars, next day 6.6 in New Britain region PNG
05/26/77 aligned between earth and sun
04/27/77 approached earth at .134 au, same day volcano erupts in Iceland
03/24/77 aligned with earth and sun

 
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Should be an easy capture for the GLP telescope as well as my own, but at magnitude 11 at the closest point of the approach it'll still be far too dim to see by eye (and probably by binoculars as well) unfortunately.
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so, in the whole world of astronomy no one have a eyes on this event? smell bs desinfo
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Can you see over 200,000 miles with your eyes?
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Some info on 2005 YU55

Posted by Truthworker here: [link to spaceobs.org]

Asteroid 2005 YU55 historic and future alignments:

A record close approach to earth is coming up:
11/09/11 object approaches earth at .0022 au

In fact there are 3 key alignments coming:
11/01/11 object aligned between earth and sun
11/09/11 object approaches earth at .0022 au
11/11/11 object aligned with earth and sun

(Notice some correlations with 11-11 and 9-11)

What occurred in the past with previous earth alignments and close approaches?

Year 2010-2010
01/28/11 aligned with earth and sun, same day volcano erupted in Japan
04/30/10 aligned with earth and sun, same day 6.5 earthquake in Bering Sea
04/19/10 approached earth at .015 au, same day 5.6 earthquake in Afghanistan
04/13/10 aligned with earth and sun, same day 6.9 earthquake in China, and massive fireball reported in Wisconsin sky
04/07/10 is near earth and aligned with earth and sun, day before a 7.8 earthquake in Sumatra, Indonesia and day before that a 7.2 earthquake in Baja California, Mexico

Year 2005-2006
01/02/06 aligned with earth and sun, same day 7.2 earthquake in Fiji region and 7.4 earthquake east of the South Sandwich Islands
08/01/05 aligned between earth and sun, a week before on 7/25 a 5.0 earthquake Heilongjiang, China
02/21/05 aligned with earth and sun, next day 6.4 earthquake in Iran

Year 1999-2000
11/09/00 approached earth at .042 au, one week later 7.5, 7.6 and 8.0 earthquakes in New Ireland, Papua New Guinea on 11/16 and 11/17
01/27/00 aligned with earth and sun, next day 6.8 earthquake in Kuril Islands
05/11/99 aligned between earth and sun, 7.1 earthquake New Britain, Papua New Guinea on 5/10 and align of mars-earth-object-mercury on 5/9
04/22/99 approached earth at .0543 au, same day 5.7 earthquake in South Africa and 6.5 in Kermadec Island Region two days prior on 4/20
04/03/99 aligned with earth and sun, two days later a 7.4 earthquake New Britain, Papua New Guinea

Year 1994-1995
01/01/95 aligned with earth and sun, same day 6.5 earthquake Honshu, Japan
08/05/94 aligned between earth and sun, on day closest to sun, next day 5.3 earthquake in Australia
02/17/94 aligned with earth and sun, on day before a 6.4 earthquake Vanuata Islands, and two days prior a 7.0 in Sumatera, Indonesia and 6.4 in Loyalty Islands

Year 1988-1989
11/11/89 approached earth at .0815 au, on 11/1 a 7.4 earthquake in Honshu, Japan
05/20/88 aligned with earth and sun
04/23/88 approached earth at .0937 au
03/29/88 aligned with earth and sun, next day 5.7 earthquake in Iran

Year 1983-1984
12/31/83 aligned with earth and sun, 6.5 earthquake in Honshu, Japan next day on 1/1 and 6.6 earthquake in Hindu Kush region one day before on 12/30.
08/12/83 aligned between earth and sun, 5 days later on 8/17 volcano erupts in Indonesia, 6.6 earthquake in Kamchatka and 6.5 in Luzon, Philippines
02/17/83 aligned with earth and sun, 3 days prior a 6.3 earthquake in Alaska

Year 1977-1978
11/14/78 approached earth at .12 au, on 11/1 a 6.8 earthquake Kirgiz SSR
01/24/78 object aligns with Mars, Earth, sun and Venus, with close approach to Mars, next day 6.6 in New Britain region PNG
05/26/77 aligned between earth and sun
04/27/77 approached earth at .134 au, same day volcano erupts in Iceland
03/24/77 aligned with earth and sun

 
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With the number of celestial objects flying around our sun, im sure its not too difficult to match some allignment up with every natural disaster ever recorded. Im could also match up an alignment of some kind with every time i take a dump.....is there a correlation there as well?
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FOR FUCKS SAKE NOT ANOTHER USELESS DATE WHEN NOTHING EVER HAPPENS YET AGAIN i think we are all fed up of useless dates that crop up only on the nutty GLP .
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FOR FUCKS SAKE NOT ANOTHER USELESS DATE WHEN NOTHING EVER HAPPENS YET AGAIN i think we are all fed up of useless dates that crop up only on the nutty GLP .
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Ahh don't say that......the 8th is my birthday, i want some birthday doom!!!5a
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Two excellent animations

Thread: 2005 YU55: Best Animations, Fly With Asteroid
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yoda [link to www.therewehaveit.com] has sky news with dates and times for events like the asteroid, meteor showers and more. It seems in the start of the asteroid all pages and people even on nasa said it could be seen with the eye no scope needed then poof it changed and they realizes it was not easy to spy with the human eye. I would say check that site for the most updated info on things of that sort

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