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YU55 will pass only 382 Miles from Moon - JPL data .... confirmed.

 
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YU55 will pass only 382 Miles from Moon - JPL data .... confirmed.
YU55 will only be 382 miles from the Moon.


Collision possibility

2011-Nov-09 07:14 < 00:01 Moon 0.00160120944785756 LD



= 382 Mile


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YU55 will only be 382 miles from the Moon.


Collision possibility

2011-Nov-09 07:14 < 00:01 Moon 0.00160120944785756 LD



= 382 Mile


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382 is fuck all. thats actually scary.
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Wow, really? It looks further from the moon than the earth on that projected path video. i cant access jpl right now, well the homepage i can but not the page for yu55
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Re: YU55 will pass only 382 Miles from Moon - JPL data .... confirmed.
YU55 will only be 382 miles from the Moon.


Collision possibility

2011-Nov-09 07:14 < 00:01 Moon 0.00160120944785756 LD



= 382 Mile


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bump

for more info or confirmation, debunk
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Re: YU55 will pass only 382 Miles from Moon - JPL data .... confirmed.
YU55 will only be 382 miles from the Moon.


Collision possibility

2011-Nov-09 07:14 < 00:01 Moon 0.00160120944785756 LD



= 382 Mile


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Just wondering, but is anyone willing to speculate intelligently on the possibility that a fragment of the moon could come towards the earth should a collision actually occur?
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And here is what they're NOT telling you!
At that distance the gravitational deflection maybe great enough to cause a collision with EARTH.

I wouldn't say it if i didn't know it was true and like you I have been unable to get trajectory data that indicates anything other than a linear motion, but I can assure you if it comes withen 382 miles of the moon the trajectory will NO LONGER be linear and will be changed by the gravitational pull between the two.

Like I've said repeatedly on these threads, with the distances this close and the gravitational perturbations of both the moon and the Earth coming into play, collision with Earth is possible and i suspect this is what the EBS 'test' is all about. They're probably having a bit of trouble figuring out exactly where it is going to impact but already know it will.
Not to be a scare monger or a doomster, but the fact is if an impact were imminent we would not be warned.
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2011-Nov-09 07:14 < 00:01 Moon 0.00160120944785756

1 lunar distance is 238855 miles

i suck at math. so this is the best i can do....

238 855 / 1 000 = 238.85500
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YU55 will only be 382 miles from the Moon.


Collision possibility

2011-Nov-09 07:14 < 00:01 Moon 0.00160120944785756 LD



= 382 Mile


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is this for real? can anyone that knows confirm?

cheers.
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The asteroid named 2005 YU55 is being watched by ground ... The moon will be just under 150000 miles from the asteroid at the time of closest approach
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Re: YU55 will pass only 382 Miles from Moon - JPL data .... confirmed.
YU55 will only be 382 miles from the Moon.


Collision possibility

2011-Nov-09 07:14 < 00:01 Moon 0.00160120944785756 LD



= 382 Mile


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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4915531


is this for real? can anyone that knows confirm?

cheers.
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WEll the numbers he posted is the data from jpl

a lunar distance is 238855 miles
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no .. simply look what unit he use .. he use LD and not the AU and that number was presented with the AU unit.......
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Re: YU55 will pass only 382 Miles from Moon - JPL data .... confirmed.
YU55 will only be 382 miles from the Moon.


Collision possibility

2011-Nov-09 07:14 < 00:01 Moon 0.00160120944785756 LD



= 382 Mile


dance
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4915531


is this for real? can anyone that knows confirm?

cheers.
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I don't know what is real anymore, one things for sure, if it's coming from NASA or any other government bureaucracy it must be assumed to be disinformation.Another CERTAINTY is that is it comes that close to the moon the trajectory will be radically altered by the gravitational pull on it by the moon, which makes ll calculations that have failed to take this into consideration flawed to the point they are useless.
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YU55 will only be 382 miles from the Moon.


Collision possibility

2011-Nov-09 07:14 < 00:01 Moon 0.00160120944785756 LD



= 382 Mile


dance
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4915531


Just wondering, but is anyone willing to speculate intelligently on the possibility that a fragment of the moon could come towards the earth should a collision actually occur?
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Moon chunk doom makes its reappearence!!!
bump for moon chunk doom
What the fuck. Cool story BRO.
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The asteroid named 2005 YU55 is being watched by ground ... The moon will be just under 150000 miles from the asteroid at the time of closest approach
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At the closest distance to Earth, that is the calculation as to how far it will be from the moon. but it has nothing to do with how close it will come to the moon whatsoever.
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no .. simply look what unit he use .. he use LD and not the AU and that number was presented with the AU unit.......
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wow you are right!! I even looked and could have sworn it said LD but it is AU

Nominal Distance (AU)is the header for the info. my apologies for not catching that
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YU55 will only be 382 miles from the Moon.


Collision possibility

2011-Nov-09 07:14 < 00:01 Moon 0.00160120944785756 LD



= 382 Mile


dance
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4915531


is this for real? can anyone that knows confirm?

cheers.
 Quoting: No-world-order


I don't know what is real anymore, one things for sure, if it's coming from NASA or any other government bureaucracy it must be assumed to be disinformation.Another CERTAINTY is that is it comes that close to the moon the trajectory will be radically altered by the gravitational pull on it by the moon, which makes ll calculations that have failed to take this into consideration flawed to the point they are useless.
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You know there will e thousands of amature astronies watchin this...find a site and stick to it till its over.
What the fuck. Cool story BRO.
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The asteroid named 2005 YU55 is being watched by ground ... The moon will be just under 150000 miles from the asteroid at the time of closest approach
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At the closest distance to Earth, that is the calculation as to how far it will be from the moon. but it has nothing to do with how close it will come to the moon whatsoever.
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So enlighten us then, with the correct info I will ignore nasa cheers!
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Uh, you guys are aware that's less than the diameter of the comet, right? Wig outs
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The asteroid named 2005 YU55 is being watched by ground ... The moon will be just under 150000 miles from the asteroid at the time of closest approach
 Quoting: Bovriltard


At the closest distance to Earth, that is the calculation as to how far it will be from the moon. but it has nothing to do with how close it will come to the moon whatsoever.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1331882


So enlighten us then, with the correct info I will ignore nasa cheers!
 Quoting: Bovriltard


I can only say with certainty that unless the gravitational effects of coming this close to the moon have been entered into the calculations(which are very complex by the way), the current data is flawed beyond being useful and we don't know where it will go. The trajectory will be 'bent' by the moons gravitational attraction at that distance enough to throw off the trajectory tens of thousands of miles.
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The asteroid named 2005 YU55 is being watched by ground ... The moon will be just under 150000 miles from the asteroid at the time of closest approach
 Quoting: Bovriltard


At the closest distance to Earth, that is the calculation as to how far it will be from the moon. but it has nothing to do with how close it will come to the moon whatsoever.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1331882


So enlighten us then, with the correct info I will ignore nasa cheers!
 Quoting: Bovriltard


I can only say with certainty that unless the gravitational effects of coming this close to the moon have been entered into the calculations(which are very complex by the way), the current data is flawed beyond being useful and we don't know where it will go. The trajectory will be 'bent' by the moons gravitational attraction at that distance enough to throw off the trajectory tens of thousands of miles.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1331882


My calculations took the moon's gravity into account.

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Oh yeah?


Check the data out then for yourself

[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov]

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Oh yeah?


Check the data out then for yourself

[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov]

2011-Nov-09 07:14
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2011-Nov-09 07:14 < 00:01 Moon 0.00160120944785756 LD

is the precise data.


from that website which = 382 miles




[link to www.uniteasy.com]

using this website to convert it ... CHECK YOURSELF
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Oh yeah?


Check the data out then for yourself

[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov]

2011-Nov-09 07:14
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2011-Nov-09 07:14 < 00:01 Moon 0.00160120944785756 LD

is the precise data.


from that website which = 382 miles




[link to www.uniteasy.com]

using this website to convert it ... CHECK YOURSELF
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4915531


but it is NOT LD it is AU
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Uh, you guys are aware that's less than the diameter of the comet, right? Wig outs
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YU55 is roughly 400 METERS in diameter, not 400 miles.
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from your link

0.00160120944785756 Astronomical Unit = 148841.716142 mile [statute]
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The only thing confirmed is that OP can't read to good.
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I did find it interesting and a bit strange that the movies, 1) Armageddon and 2) The Day After Tomorrow was on the tube last night.

I mean what if they are trying to send a message, what if this is being done to give society a heads up of what could be in our very near future?

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