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Near earth Asteroid 2012 KP24 0.1 LD!

 
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Re: Near earth Asteroid 2012 KP24 0.1 LD!
Check out:
[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov]
28th May impact date?
26m big enough to make a dent!
Also see [link to www.spaceweather.com]
 Quoting: Spickets


bump. an asteroid more than 75ft diameter could cause some trouble if it hits in the right spot. plus with the condition code, it's just too close for comfort.
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yes.
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Wouldnt it be just dandy if it landed right smack on Fuku..

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I don't think it will hit Fuku, but I have a hunch that a carload of people might get squished...
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A 1700 foot crater holds alot of cars doc
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kinda reminds me of the stories we have been hearing for years now from various sources about an asteroid busting up some of the antarctic ice shelf.
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no.
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kinda reminds me of the stories we have been hearing for years now from various sources about an asteroid busting up some of the antarctic ice shelf.
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no.
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Its plausible...
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Re: Near earth Asteroid 2012 KP24 0.1 LD!
On average the Moon is 384,399 km (238,854.465 miles, 0.00257 AU) from the Earth

Id more worry about the moon
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9533923


What the fuck?

Moon: 238,000 miles from earth
Meteor: 25,000 miles from earth

The moon is apx 213,000 miles FURTHER AWAY than this meteor.
Are you on crack?
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so its gonna zoom by about 3 earths away from the earth, correct?
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Anyone have a link to that simulation that tells you what would happen if the meteor hit water?? How big of a potential tsunami could occur?
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Here you go:
[link to www.purdue.edu]
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The data arc span is one day. They just found it yesterday, so the certainty of the trajectory for this one is far from conclusive.

This is a 26 M asteroid that is travelling at 13 km/s. If it is an iron meteorite (less common than a stony meteorite), but for the sake of looking at the worst case scenario lets calculate that it is. We can then get a look at what this collision would resemble.



The average interval between impacts of this size somewhere on Earth is 351.4 years

Energy before atmospheric entry: 6.22 x 10^15 Joules = 1.49 MegaTons TNT

The projectile begins to breakup at an altitude of 9540 meters = 31300 ft
The projectile reaches the ground in a broken condition. The mass of projectile strikes the surface at velocity 5.46 km/s = 3.39 miles/s
The impact energy is 1.1 x 10^15 Joules = 0.26 MegaTons.
The broken projectile fragments strike the ground in an ellipse of dimension 0.223 km by 0.16 km



Crater shape is normal in spite of atmospheric crushing; fragments are not significantly dispersed.
Transient Crater Diameter: 520 meters ( = 1700 feet )
Transient Crater Depth: 184 meters ( = 603 feet )
Final Crater Diameter: 650 meters ( = 2130 feet )
Final Crater Depth: 138 meters ( = 454 feet )
The crater formed is a simple crater.
The floor of the crater is underlain by a lens of broken rock debris (breccia) with a maximum thickness of 64.1 meters ( = 210 feet ).
At this impact velocity ( < 12 km/s), little shock melting of the target occurs.


Most ejecta is blocked by Earth's atmosphere.

Seismic Effects:
Richter Scale Magnitude: 4.2
 Quoting: tomasgod1


Yeah but if it hit, there's a 70% chance it would hit water. What would the tsunami stats be?
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On average the Moon is 384,399 km (238,854.465 miles, 0.00257 AU) from the Earth

Id more worry about the moon
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9533923


What the fuck?

Moon: 238,000 miles from earth
Meteor: 25,000 miles from earth

The moon is apx 213,000 miles FURTHER AWAY than this meteor.
Are you on crack?
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He's confusing LD and AU. fucktard.
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26m isn't all that big. It's only 85.28 ft in diameter and most likely wouldn't survive the entry through the atmosphere.
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so its gonna zoom by about 3 earths away from the earth, correct?
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I think the gravitational pull of earth will break this rock up into smaller chunks, some of which will be pulled toward Earth and the rest is history...
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The data arc span is one day. They just found it yesterday, so the certainty of the trajectory for this one is far from conclusive.

This is a 26 M asteroid that is travelling at 13 km/s. If it is an iron meteorite (less common than a stony meteorite), but for the sake of looking at the worst case scenario lets calculate that it is. We can then get a look at what this collision would resemble.



The average interval between impacts of this size somewhere on Earth is 351.4 years

Energy before atmospheric entry: 6.22 x 10^15 Joules = 1.49 MegaTons TNT

The projectile begins to breakup at an altitude of 9540 meters = 31300 ft
The projectile reaches the ground in a broken condition. The mass of projectile strikes the surface at velocity 5.46 km/s = 3.39 miles/s
The impact energy is 1.1 x 10^15 Joules = 0.26 MegaTons.
The broken projectile fragments strike the ground in an ellipse of dimension 0.223 km by 0.16 km



Crater shape is normal in spite of atmospheric crushing; fragments are not significantly dispersed.
Transient Crater Diameter: 520 meters ( = 1700 feet )
Transient Crater Depth: 184 meters ( = 603 feet )
Final Crater Diameter: 650 meters ( = 2130 feet )
Final Crater Depth: 138 meters ( = 454 feet )
The crater formed is a simple crater.
The floor of the crater is underlain by a lens of broken rock debris (breccia) with a maximum thickness of 64.1 meters ( = 210 feet ).
At this impact velocity ( < 12 km/s), little shock melting of the target occurs.


Most ejecta is blocked by Earth's atmosphere.

Seismic Effects:
Richter Scale Magnitude: 4.2
 Quoting: tomasgod1


Yeah but if it hit, there's a 70% chance it would hit water. What would the tsunami stats be?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10957384


using the simulator:
[link to www.purdue.edu]

at 100 miles away the tsunami would be less than 30 inches.

FYI used similar inputs to get the result above.
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Re: Near earth Asteroid 2012 KP24 0.1 LD!
26m isn't all that big. It's only 85.28 ft in diameter and most likely wouldn't survive the entry through the atmosphere.
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It will survive....
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The data arc span is one day. They just found it yesterday, so the certainty of the trajectory for this one is far from conclusive.

This is a 26 M asteroid that is travelling at 13 km/s. If it is an iron meteorite (less common than a stony meteorite), but for the sake of looking at the worst case scenario lets calculate that it is. We can then get a look at what this collision would resemble.



The average interval between impacts of this size somewhere on Earth is 351.4 years

Energy before atmospheric entry: 6.22 x 10^15 Joules = 1.49 MegaTons TNT

The projectile begins to breakup at an altitude of 9540 meters = 31300 ft
The projectile reaches the ground in a broken condition. The mass of projectile strikes the surface at velocity 5.46 km/s = 3.39 miles/s
The impact energy is 1.1 x 10^15 Joules = 0.26 MegaTons.
The broken projectile fragments strike the ground in an ellipse of dimension 0.223 km by 0.16 km



Crater shape is normal in spite of atmospheric crushing; fragments are not significantly dispersed.
Transient Crater Diameter: 520 meters ( = 1700 feet )
Transient Crater Depth: 184 meters ( = 603 feet )
Final Crater Diameter: 650 meters ( = 2130 feet )
Final Crater Depth: 138 meters ( = 454 feet )
The crater formed is a simple crater.
The floor of the crater is underlain by a lens of broken rock debris (breccia) with a maximum thickness of 64.1 meters ( = 210 feet ).
At this impact velocity ( < 12 km/s), little shock melting of the target occurs.


Most ejecta is blocked by Earth's atmosphere.

Seismic Effects:
Richter Scale Magnitude: 4.2
 Quoting: tomasgod1


Yeah but if it hit, there's a 70% chance it would hit water. What would the tsunami stats be?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10957384

Let's just hope it doesn't have an iron core and doesn't hit a populated place if it does have an iron core. So every one use the GLP effect so it will just be ice and rock.
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"Unfortunately, it is in the nature of man to tinker - even with immutable truth. Thus, we must be ever vigilant... - James Munford

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Re: Near earth Asteroid 2012 KP24 0.1 LD!
The data arc span is one day. They just found it yesterday, so the certainty of the trajectory for this one is far from conclusive.

This is a 26 M asteroid that is travelling at 13 km/s. If it is an iron meteorite (less common than a stony meteorite), but for the sake of looking at the worst case scenario lets calculate that it is. We can then get a look at what this collision would resemble.



The average interval between impacts of this size somewhere on Earth is 351.4 years

Energy before atmospheric entry: 6.22 x 10^15 Joules = 1.49 MegaTons TNT

The projectile begins to breakup at an altitude of 9540 meters = 31300 ft
The projectile reaches the ground in a broken condition. The mass of projectile strikes the surface at velocity 5.46 km/s = 3.39 miles/s
The impact energy is 1.1 x 10^15 Joules = 0.26 MegaTons.
The broken projectile fragments strike the ground in an ellipse of dimension 0.223 km by 0.16 km



Crater shape is normal in spite of atmospheric crushing; fragments are not significantly dispersed.
Transient Crater Diameter: 520 meters ( = 1700 feet )
Transient Crater Depth: 184 meters ( = 603 feet )
Final Crater Diameter: 650 meters ( = 2130 feet )
Final Crater Depth: 138 meters ( = 454 feet )
The crater formed is a simple crater.
The floor of the crater is underlain by a lens of broken rock debris (breccia) with a maximum thickness of 64.1 meters ( = 210 feet ).
At this impact velocity ( < 12 km/s), little shock melting of the target occurs.


Most ejecta is blocked by Earth's atmosphere.

Seismic Effects:
Richter Scale Magnitude: 4.2
 Quoting: tomasgod1


Yeah but if it hit, there's a 70% chance it would hit water. What would the tsunami stats be?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10957384


i was just doing some math juggling in my head too. i realized, first it would have to come close than point one lunar D, then it would have to survive entry. then it would have to find a populated area/ and or cause a tsunami, the latter of which we'd get warning of. over all not zero but maybe pretty low.
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26m isn't all that big. It's only 85.28 ft in diameter and most likely wouldn't survive the entry through the atmosphere.
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Re: Near earth Asteroid 2012 KP24 0.1 LD!
The data arc span is one day. They just found it yesterday, so the certainty of the trajectory for this one is far from conclusive.

This is a 26 M asteroid that is travelling at 13 km/s. If it is an iron meteorite (less common than a stony meteorite), but for the sake of looking at the worst case scenario lets calculate that it is. We can then get a look at what this collision would resemble.



The average interval between impacts of this size somewhere on Earth is 351.4 years

Energy before atmospheric entry: 6.22 x 10^15 Joules = 1.49 MegaTons TNT

The projectile begins to breakup at an altitude of 9540 meters = 31300 ft
The projectile reaches the ground in a broken condition. The mass of projectile strikes the surface at velocity 5.46 km/s = 3.39 miles/s
The impact energy is 1.1 x 10^15 Joules = 0.26 MegaTons.
The broken projectile fragments strike the ground in an ellipse of dimension 0.223 km by 0.16 km



Crater shape is normal in spite of atmospheric crushing; fragments are not significantly dispersed.
Transient Crater Diameter: 520 meters ( = 1700 feet )
Transient Crater Depth: 184 meters ( = 603 feet )
Final Crater Diameter: 650 meters ( = 2130 feet )
Final Crater Depth: 138 meters ( = 454 feet )
The crater formed is a simple crater.
The floor of the crater is underlain by a lens of broken rock debris (breccia) with a maximum thickness of 64.1 meters ( = 210 feet ).
At this impact velocity ( < 12 km/s), little shock melting of the target occurs.


Most ejecta is blocked by Earth's atmosphere.

Seismic Effects:
Richter Scale Magnitude: 4.2
 Quoting: tomasgod1


Yeah but if it hit, there's a 70% chance it would hit water. What would the tsunami stats be?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10957384


using the simulator:
[link to www.purdue.edu]

at 100 miles away the tsunami would be less than 30 inches.

FYI used similar inputs to get the result above.
 Quoting: TeamReaper

Another simulator
[link to impact.ese.ic.ac.uk]
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26m isn't all that big. It's only 85.28 ft in diameter and most likely wouldn't survive the entry through the atmosphere.
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It will survive....
 Quoting: RememberThis


Yeah.... *tail between legs* I feel like a moron, RT, after reading the post a few up from yours. With the data the poster plugged in, if that rock had an iron core, it would cause some serious damage should it hit a populated area. I can't imagine the chaos that would ensue.
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"And I sincerely believe, with you, that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies; and that the principle of spending money to be paid by posterity, under the name of funding, is but swindling futurity on a large scale." - Thomas Jefferson, from a Letter to John Taylor written in 1816

"Unfortunately, it is in the nature of man to tinker - even with immutable truth. Thus, we must be ever vigilant... - James Munford

“It is a sad fate for a man to die too well known to everybody else, and still unknown to himself.” - Francis Bacon

"Better the illusions that exalt us than ten thousand truths" - Aleksander Pushkin
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26m isn't all that big. It's only 85.28 ft in diameter and most likely wouldn't survive the entry through the atmosphere.
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iamwith
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Oh.... hush, you. I corrected my idiot post and yes I feel stupid.
Éireann~

Eisteacht le gra! ~ArunaLuna (Translation from Gaelic: "Listen to Love!")

"And I sincerely believe, with you, that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies; and that the principle of spending money to be paid by posterity, under the name of funding, is but swindling futurity on a large scale." - Thomas Jefferson, from a Letter to John Taylor written in 1816

"Unfortunately, it is in the nature of man to tinker - even with immutable truth. Thus, we must be ever vigilant... - James Munford

“It is a sad fate for a man to die too well known to everybody else, and still unknown to himself.” - Francis Bacon

"Better the illusions that exalt us than ten thousand truths" - Aleksander Pushkin
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I do not give negative Karma. I believe that all opinions are worthy of debate and discussion. Free speech is essential to the growth and advancement of each individual and all of Humankind.
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bump
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I am confused. Is this doom or not?
Abba Zabba Zoom
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26m isn't all that big. It's only 85.28 ft in diameter and most likely wouldn't survive the entry through the atmosphere.
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iamwith
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Oh.... hush, you. I corrected my idiot post and yes I feel stupid.
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All in good humor. Good night.
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26m isn't all that big. It's only 85.28 ft in diameter and most likely wouldn't survive the entry through the atmosphere.
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iamwith
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Oh.... hush, you. I corrected my idiot post and yes I feel stupid.
 Quoting: Éireann


All in good humor. Good night.
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Night Night, Professor. Thank you for the opportunity to laugh at myself :) We all have our "doh" moments. Mine just happen to be rather....frequent :)
Éireann~

Eisteacht le gra! ~ArunaLuna (Translation from Gaelic: "Listen to Love!")

"And I sincerely believe, with you, that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies; and that the principle of spending money to be paid by posterity, under the name of funding, is but swindling futurity on a large scale." - Thomas Jefferson, from a Letter to John Taylor written in 1816

"Unfortunately, it is in the nature of man to tinker - even with immutable truth. Thus, we must be ever vigilant... - James Munford

“It is a sad fate for a man to die too well known to everybody else, and still unknown to himself.” - Francis Bacon

"Better the illusions that exalt us than ten thousand truths" - Aleksander Pushkin
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I do not give negative Karma. I believe that all opinions are worthy of debate and discussion. Free speech is essential to the growth and advancement of each individual and all of Humankind.
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wasnt there a link yesterday about an asteroid drill in oklahoma city and ft worth?
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Here it is:
Thread: Emergency Readiness: OKC an Fortworth "METEOR STRIKE" Scenario
 Quoting: TeamReaper


Watching channel 11 news now. blackout in the Fort Worth area. 27000 home without power and they dont know why.
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wasnt there a link yesterday about an asteroid drill in oklahoma city and ft worth?
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Here it is:
Thread: Emergency Readiness: OKC an Fortworth "METEOR STRIKE" Scenario
 Quoting: TeamReaper


Watching channel 11 news now. blackout in the Fort Worth area. 27000 home without power and they dont know why.
 Quoting: Intruth


hmm

Interesting and a little unnerving in the timing.
Éireann~

Eisteacht le gra! ~ArunaLuna (Translation from Gaelic: "Listen to Love!")

"And I sincerely believe, with you, that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies; and that the principle of spending money to be paid by posterity, under the name of funding, is but swindling futurity on a large scale." - Thomas Jefferson, from a Letter to John Taylor written in 1816

"Unfortunately, it is in the nature of man to tinker - even with immutable truth. Thus, we must be ever vigilant... - James Munford

“It is a sad fate for a man to die too well known to everybody else, and still unknown to himself.” - Francis Bacon

"Better the illusions that exalt us than ten thousand truths" - Aleksander Pushkin
*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~
I do not give negative Karma. I believe that all opinions are worthy of debate and discussion. Free speech is essential to the growth and advancement of each individual and all of Humankind.
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I am confused. Is this doom or not?
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Probably not....but we can milk it for a nites entertainment value

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I am confused. Is this doom or not?
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Probably not....but we can milk it for a nites entertainment value

blobr
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That is the cutest little...blob, RT. That made me giggle. Ok if I snag that for my emote collection?
Éireann~

Eisteacht le gra! ~ArunaLuna (Translation from Gaelic: "Listen to Love!")

"And I sincerely believe, with you, that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies; and that the principle of spending money to be paid by posterity, under the name of funding, is but swindling futurity on a large scale." - Thomas Jefferson, from a Letter to John Taylor written in 1816

"Unfortunately, it is in the nature of man to tinker - even with immutable truth. Thus, we must be ever vigilant... - James Munford

“It is a sad fate for a man to die too well known to everybody else, and still unknown to himself.” - Francis Bacon

"Better the illusions that exalt us than ten thousand truths" - Aleksander Pushkin
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imagine it hitting New York or LA and people trying to evacuate in time.abomb
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applause GLP Pinned it

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