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NASA in final preparations for November 8 asteroid flyby

 
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NASA in final preparations for November 8 asteroid flyby
Scientists are treating the flyby of the asteroid as a science target of opportunity, allowing instruments on “spacecraft Earth” to scan it during the close pass.


NASA scientists will be tracking asteroid 2005 YU55 with antennas of the agency’s Deep Space Network at Goldstone, California, as the space rock safely flies past Earth, slightly closer than the Moon’s orbit, November 8. Scientists are treating the flyby of the 1,300-foot-wide (400 meters) asteroid as a science target of opportunity, allowing instruments on “spacecraft Earth” to scan it during the close pass....

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Re: NASA in final preparations for November 8 asteroid flyby
Remember....^^

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Re: NASA in final preparations for November 8 asteroid flyby
The term finial preparations make me nervous for some reason. Although we all know if yu55 was a threat NASA would act like it did not exsist.
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Re: NASA in final preparations for November 8 asteroid flyby
this one WILL miss. if nasa SAYS it will, it will.

has it got companions they know about and aren't telling about though?

i dunno. what I do know is THIS one won't hit.

toutatis. been there, done that.

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