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OMG! Asteroid discovered May 28 can take out satellites May 29... historic close approach without warning!

 
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OMG! Asteroid discovered May 28 can take out satellites May 29... historic close approach without warning!
Discovered just today, 2012 KT42 is a small Apollo class near-Earth asteroid which will fly by us May 29th:

EARTH -- 0.00014 AU / .05 LD
MOON -- 0.00241 AU

Condition Code or orbit uncertainty estimate is a 7 on a scale of 0-9, with 0 being good, and 9 being highly uncertain.

JPL Orbit: [link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov]
Fireball watch! [link to lunarmeteoritehunters.blogspot.com]

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This asteroid ranks #1 as closest known future approaching NEO for nominal distance!

[link to neo.jpl.nasa.gov]
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Spaceweather are saying that it will pass at 0.1 LD from earth... Don't know much about this but this is 1/10 of the distance between the moon and the earth... that is really close. It is only 26 meter in diameter but still.
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Re: OMG! Asteroid discovered May 28 can take out satellites May 29... historic close approach without warning!
on rsoe no approaching objects listed
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Re: OMG! Asteroid discovered May 28 can take out satellites May 29... historic close approach without warning!
This asteroid ranks #1 as closest known future approaching NEO for nominal distance!

[link to neo.jpl.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: TheTruthWorker


do You think?

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Re: OMG! Asteroid discovered May 28 can take out satellites May 29... historic close approach without warning!
NEO ---- DATE ---- LD/AU

2012 KT42 -- 2012-May-29-- 0.05/0.00014

This comes closer than than...

NEO ---- DATE ---- LD/AU

2012 DA14 -- 2013-Feb-15 -- 0.09/0.00023
Apophis -- 2029-Apr-13 -- 0.10/0.00025
2012 KP24 -- 2012-May-28 -- 0.10/0.0004
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Spaceweather are saying that it will pass at 0.1 LD from earth... Don't know much about this but this is 1/10 of the distance between the moon and the earth... that is really close. It is only 26 meter in diameter but still.
 Quoting: billyrisk 1597223


That is for 2012 KP24 today, not 2012 KT42 tomorrow (which is not on SpaceWeather.com yet)

This one is small, 5 to 10 meters
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Spaceweather are saying that it will pass at 0.1 LD from earth... Don't know much about this but this is 1/10 of the distance between the moon and the earth... that is really close. It is only 26 meter in diameter but still.
 Quoting: billyrisk 1597223


That is for 2012 KP24 today, not 2012 KT42 tomorrow (which is not on SpaceWeather.com yet)

This one is small, 5 to 10 meters
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why dont you edit the title of this post, i think that we are thinking this is KP24 from last week threads.
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Re: OMG! Asteroid discovered May 28 can take out satellites May 29... historic close approach without warning!
This asteroid is at .05 LD = 19,200 kilometers

All Earth geosynchronous orbits, whether circular or elliptical, have a semi-major axis of 42,164 kilometers

The Infrared Space Observatory geosynchronous orbital height is 70,600 kilometers

A geostationary orbit is a circular geosynchronous orbit in the plane of the Earth's equator with a radius of approximately 42,164 kilometers (measured from the center of the Earth).

A satellite in such an orbit is at an altitude of approximately 35,786 kilometers
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The ISS International Space Station is maintained at an orbital altitude of between 330 km and 410 km, orbit too long to get hit.

But if any space craft is forced down, including X- 37b spy plane, then that would be a temporal marker for the Ed Dames solar "Killshot"
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on rsoe no approaching objects listed
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They do not list them any more!

I found it here, after not finding it there is AM:

[link to neo.jpl.nasa.gov]
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Re: OMG! Asteroid discovered May 28 can take out satellites May 29... historic close approach without warning!
This asteroid ranks #1 as closest known future approaching NEO for nominal distance!

[link to neo.jpl.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: TheTruthWorker


do You think?

eq
 Quoting: Coyoxautli


I will add this object to my NEO database to check the new daily count. But new count will point toward my May 27-28-29 earthquake window, which already hit with the 6.7 quake today. However I will check quake history for this object running JPL and Horizon programs.
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Re: OMG! Asteroid discovered May 28 can take out satellites May 29... historic close approach without warning!
and this NEO's will come up every day for the next few months, and they will be getting closer. This is all part of a cover up.

Even the NEO's are fake.

its a Planet which is pushing debrie if front of it

NASA is hiding this and calls it NEO's
But there will be a day NASA cannot longer hide it anymore because it will be 1000's of NEO's every day

The Planet will then be visible for every one to see...
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and this NEO's will come up every day for the next few months, and they will be getting closer. This is all part of a cover up.

Even the NEO's are fake.

its a Planet which is pushing debrie if front of it

NASA is hiding this and calls it NEO's
But there will be a day NASA cannot longer hide it anymore because it will be 1000's of NEO's every day

The Planet will then be visible for every one to see...
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Cool

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Re: OMG! Asteroid discovered May 28 can take out satellites May 29... historic close approach without warning!
and this NEO's will come up every day for the next few months, and they will be getting closer. This is all part of a cover up.

Even the NEO's are fake.

its a Planet which is pushing debrie if front of it

NASA is hiding this and calls it NEO's
But there will be a day NASA cannot longer hide it anymore because it will be 1000's of NEO's every day

The Planet will then be visible for every one to see...
 Quoting: JustAnotherVisitor



NASA to Hold News Conference About NuSTAR Launch

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NuSTAR will observe some of the hottest, densest and most energetic objects in the universe, including black holes, their high-speed particle jets, ultra-dense neutron stars, supernova remnants and our sun. It will observe high-energy X-rays with much greater sensitivity and clarity than any mission flown to date. Among its several goals, NuSTAR will address the puzzle of how black holes and galaxies evolve together over time.

NuSTAR is scheduled to launch no earlier than 8:30 a.m. PDT (11:30 a.m. EDT) on June 13 from Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands. The spacecraft will lift off on an Orbital Sciences Pegasus XL launch vehicle, released from an aircraft flying south of Kwajalein.
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Re: OMG! Asteroid discovered May 28 can take out satellites May 29... historic close approach without warning!
and this NEO's will come up every day for the next few months, and they will be getting closer. This is all part of a cover up.

Even the NEO's are fake.

its a Planet which is pushing debrie if front of it

NASA is hiding this and calls it NEO's
But there will be a day NASA cannot longer hide it anymore because it will be 1000's of NEO's every day

The Planet will then be visible for every one to see...
 Quoting: JustAnotherVisitor



NASA to Hold News Conference About NuSTAR Launch

[link to www.jpl.nasa.gov]


NuSTAR will observe some of the hottest, densest and most energetic objects in the universe, including black holes, their high-speed particle jets, ultra-dense neutron stars, supernova remnants and our sun. It will observe high-energy X-rays with much greater sensitivity and clarity than any mission flown to date. Among its several goals, NuSTAR will address the puzzle of how black holes and galaxies evolve together over time.

NuSTAR is scheduled to launch no earlier than 8:30 a.m. PDT (11:30 a.m. EDT) on June 13 from Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands. The spacecraft will lift off on an Orbital Sciences Pegasus XL launch vehicle, released from an aircraft flying south of Kwajalein.
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And this

[link to www.youtube.com]


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Re: OMG! Asteroid discovered May 28 can take out satellites May 29... historic close approach without warning!
Spaceweather are saying that it will pass at 0.1 LD from earth... Don't know much about this but this is 1/10 of the distance between the moon and the earth... that is really close. It is only 26 meter in diameter but still.
 Quoting: billyrisk 1597223


That is for 2012 KP24 today, not 2012 KT42 tomorrow (which is not on SpaceWeather.com yet)

This one is small, 5 to 10 meters
 Quoting: TheTruthWorker


why dont you edit the title of this post, i think that we are thinking this is KP24 from last week threads.
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Yes. Good point. Done. THANKS
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Re: OMG! Asteroid discovered May 28 can take out satellites May 29... historic close approach without warning!
Spaceweather are saying that it will pass at 0.1 LD from earth... Don't know much about this but this is 1/10 of the distance between the moon and the earth... that is really close. It is only 26 meter in diameter but still.
 Quoting: billyrisk 1597223


20 meter asteroid if not disintegrated and hit directly a city, that entire city will be lost, it has hit power of a few Hiroshima scale nukes.
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Re: OMG! Asteroid discovered May 28 can take out satellites May 29... historic close approach without warning!
This asteroid ranks #1 as closest known future approaching NEO for nominal distance!

[link to neo.jpl.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: TheTruthWorker


do You think?

eq
 Quoting: Coyoxautli


I will add this object to my NEO database to check the new daily count. But new count will point toward my May 27-28-29 earthquake window, which already hit with the 6.7 quake today. However I will check quake history for this object running JPL and Horizon programs.
 Quoting: TheTruthWorker


This object DOES have a consistent earthquake history:

Last 5 close approaches to Earth:

1990-11-15 -- 0.187 AU
1990-11-15 -- Magnitude 6.7 INDONESIA

1993-12-29 -- 0.535 AU
1993-12-29 -- Magnitude 7.0 VANUATU

1998-05-22 -- 0.135 AU
1998-05-22 -- Magnitude 6.6 Bolivia
1998-05-23 -- Magnitude 6.7 NICARAGUA

2001-08-22 -- 0.359 AU
2001-08-21 -- Magnitude 7.1 New Zealand

2004-11-30 -- 0.049 AU
2004-11-28 -- Magnitude 7.0 Japan

2012-05-29 -- 0.00014 AU
2012-05-29 -- Magnitude 6.7+ ???

Based on this I would watch for a quake 6.7+ for within one day of May 29 -- but we might already have had it with the 6.7 in Argentina today.
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If there ever was data showing an impacting event you and I will never see it, period.

Knowing that, something coming 0.1 LD is up for suspect. It is a well rounded number. It may or may not be an impactor, only time will tell the general population.
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If there ever was data showing an impacting event you and I will never see it, period.

Knowing that, something coming 0.1 LD is up for suspect. It is a well rounded number. It may or may not be an impactor, only time will tell the general population.
 Quoting: --Voltaic--


This NEW one is not 0.10 LD but 0.05 LD!

Only 3 know object in ALL of history are known to come closer, with 2 about the same, all within past couple years:

2011 CQ1 -- 2011-Feb-04 -- 0.03 LD
2008 TS26 - 2008-Oct-09 -- 0.03 LD
2004 FU162-2004-Mar-31 -- 0.03 LD
2011 MD --- 2011-Jun-27 -- 0.05 LD
2009 VA --- 2009-Nov-06 -- 0.05 LD

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Re: OMG! Asteroid discovered May 28 can take out satellites May 29... historic close approach without warning!
This asteroid ranks #1 as closest known future approaching NEO for nominal distance!

[link to neo.jpl.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: TheTruthWorker


do You think?

eq
 Quoting: Coyoxautli


I will add this object to my NEO database to check the new daily count. But new count will point toward my May 27-28-29 earthquake window, which already hit with the 6.7 quake today. However I will check quake history for this object running JPL and Horizon programs.
 Quoting: TheTruthWorker


This object DOES have a consistent earthquake history:

Last 5 close approaches to Earth:

1990-11-15 -- 0.187 AU
1990-11-15 -- Magnitude 6.7 INDONESIA

1993-12-29 -- 0.535 AU
1993-12-29 -- Magnitude 7.0 VANUATU

1998-05-22 -- 0.135 AU
1998-05-22 -- Magnitude 6.6 Bolivia
1998-05-23 -- Magnitude 6.7 NICARAGUA

2001-08-22 -- 0.359 AU
2001-08-21 -- Magnitude 7.1 New Zealand

2004-11-30 -- 0.049 AU
2004-11-28 -- Magnitude 7.0 Japan

2012-05-29 -- 0.00014 AU
2012-05-29 -- Magnitude 6.7+ ???

Based on this I would watch for a quake 6.7+ for within one day of May 29 -- but we might already have had it with the 6.7 in Argentina today.
 Quoting: TheTruthWorker


Hope so and not KT24 from today

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How close does it have to be to get sucked into the earth?
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How close does it have to be to get sucked into the earth?
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How close does it have to be to get sucked into the earth?
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I don't think the Earth sucks
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How close does it have to be to get sucked into the earth?
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