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

 
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28th now 29th then next year who do you think your fooling.bsflag
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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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There are other closer for Minimum Distance including one in 2069 that has a Minimum Distance of 0!

[link to neo.jpl.nasa.gov]
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28th now 29th then next year who do you think your fooling.bsflag
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I think you have your space balls mixed up
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Re: OMG! Asteroid discovered May 28 can take out satellites May 29... historic close approach without warning!
ok what are the scenarios. A large asteroid impacts the earth causing the sun to turn 'black' and the moon to blood.
Has to be a rather large one to do that.

This will be followed by a huge event where some heavenly body possibly the long vaunted planet X will enter our solar system either dragging large chunks of planetary material from a prior collision which will bombard the earth, or it will collide with our moon, thus causing the kind of ejecta mentioned. I think it will collide with the moon, and the resulting event will be the actual end.

But relax, we have some years until D-Day, and most of you will have already passed by that time. estimate d-day around 2092...sorry for those who think doom is imminent.

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Idol1 what does that mean?
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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


There are other closer for Minimum Distance including one in 2069 that has a Minimum Distance of 0!

[link to neo.jpl.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14459915


Yes, and 2011 AG5 in 2040... but we cannot wait 28 years to WAKE UP and LIVE as if you never know when the gig is up, appreciating what you got, making positive strides daily
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Re: OMG! Asteroid discovered May 28 can take out satellites May 29... historic close approach without warning!
I did just a quick approximation on my calculator which isn't exact, but at .05 LD and using 238,000 miles as 1LD, the asteroid will pass by us somewhere around 12000 miles.

That's pretty close :)
 Quoting: Éireann


Here's a calculator:

[link to www.uniteasy.com]

You can get a more accurate distance in AUs at the JPL web site here (click on "Show Close-Approach Data"):

[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov]

That page shows 0.000137929 AUs as minimum distance. Put that into the calculator and you get 12,821 miles.
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Sweet link.

I think TBar updated calcs in the video at 14,000 km or now 8,700 miles
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I think the JPL web site shows the distance from the center of the Earth. TBar said the 14,000km is from the surface.
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Re: OMG! Asteroid discovered May 28 can take out satellites May 29... historic close approach without warning!
Hello OP. Cool topic. is this normal to see or have so many recent asteroid warnings, will it hit the earth, and, last but not least. Does anyone know where it will hit earth and/or even if it will come through our atmosphere?

...and i'll take my questions off air.

posting from fema region 8
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No main stream news yet just this:

Another tiny rock will pass Earth tomorrow

"itís probably less than 10 meters across ó about the size of a school bus or more likely a minivan. And itíll be a close shave: though the orbit is still not nailed down, the nominal miss distance is about 14,500 kilometers... bear in mind, it was only discovered last night, so the current orbit is preliminary... And even if newer observations show it hitting us, this rock is way too small to do any damage. At that size, itíll break up in the atmosphere and make a spectacular light show, but not much else. This has happened countless times with asteroids this size, like the Peekskill meteor in 1992, or the more recent fireball over California last April..."

[link to blogs.discovermagazine.com]
 Quoting: TheTruthWorker


Serious question, if a white dwarf star the size of a teaspoon can weigh 5.5 tons,est., how do we know that this doesn't weigh millions or trillions of lbs.? Does size matter at all, if we don't know the composition? Thanks.peace
 Quoting: TOMMY B


Not specifically this asteriod, but one out there someplace? How do we know that the Tunguska impact wasn't caused by something the size of a marble? If a white dwarf explodes, wouldn't it send out very heavy chunks of material/debris?
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Re: OMG! Asteroid discovered May 28 can take out satellites May 29... historic close approach without warning!
Hello OP. Cool topic. is this normal to see or have so many recent asteroid warnings, will it hit the earth, and, last but not least. Does anyone know where it will hit earth and/or even if it will come through our atmosphere?

...and i'll take my questions off air.

posting from fema region 8
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1746051


This is not normal.
This was discovered this morning.
This flies by tomorrow.
This is a historic close approach.
This is closer than 2012 DA14 which made news for 2013 Feb approach.
This is very small.
This will not hit Washington DC.
This could hit an orbiting satellite
This could have companions with it.
This is 2012 KT42 for May 29 at .05 LD
This is not 2012 KP24 for May 28 at .10 LD
This has a history of quakes within a day of close approaches
This consistent history points to a 6.7+ quake May 28-29-30
The 6.7 quake in Argentina might have already fulfilled that window
This is among several recent very close NEOs discovered at last minute
This could produce fireballs in the sky

Last Edited by TheTruthWorker on 05/28/2012 10:09 PM
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I did just a quick approximation on my calculator which isn't exact, but at .05 LD and using 238,000 miles as 1LD, the asteroid will pass by us somewhere around 12000 miles.

That's pretty close :)
 Quoting: Éireann


Here's a calculator:

[link to www.uniteasy.com]

You can get a more accurate distance in AUs at the JPL web site here (click on "Show Close-Approach Data"):

[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov]

That page shows 0.000137929 AUs as minimum distance. Put that into the calculator and you get 12,821 miles.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14459915


Thank you! hf

I suppose I could have looked up the exact distances, but I was being lazy and pulled a Pentium of Borg :)
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Let's hope it hits at least an important satellite.

We need some doom...
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Re: OMG! Asteroid discovered May 28 can take out satellites May 29... historic close approach without warning!
No main stream news yet just this:

Another tiny rock will pass Earth tomorrow

"itís probably less than 10 meters across ó about the size of a school bus or more likely a minivan. And itíll be a close shave: though the orbit is still not nailed down, the nominal miss distance is about 14,500 kilometers... bear in mind, it was only discovered last night, so the current orbit is preliminary... And even if newer observations show it hitting us, this rock is way too small to do any damage. At that size, itíll break up in the atmosphere and make a spectacular light show, but not much else. This has happened countless times with asteroids this size, like the Peekskill meteor in 1992, or the more recent fireball over California last April..."

[link to blogs.discovermagazine.com]
 Quoting: TheTruthWorker


Serious question, if a white dwarf star the size of a teaspoon can weigh 5.5 tons,est., how do we know that this doesn't weigh millions or trillions of lbs.? Does size matter at all, if we don't know the composition? Thanks.peace
 Quoting: TOMMY B


Not specifically this asteriod, but one out there someplace? How do we know that the Tunguska impact wasn't caused by something the size of a marble? If a white dwarf explodes, wouldn't it send out very heavy chunks of material/debris?
 Quoting: TOMMY B


Some folks get on here convinced they know things when there is so much to discover plus opportunities to expand "boxed in" thinking. Soon truths will be revealed that will blow peoples minds. The leak has already begun.
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Shouldn't Google and Gang be trying to catch that sucker and harvest it's minerals?
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Let's hope it hits at least an important satellite.

We need some doom...
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CIA/NSA comsat
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No need to panic. President Obama is monitoring the sitiation.
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I really hope there isn't an earthquake beam hiding out on that 10m asteroid. And if there is, I really hope there isn't a spaceman sitting there ready to fire it.
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No need to panic. President Obama is monitoring the sitiation.
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He probably has better things to do. After all, he probably knows that we have you to monitor the situation for him.
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I really hope there isn't an earthquake beam hiding out on that 10m asteroid. And if there is, I really hope there isn't a spaceman sitting there ready to fire it.
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Beam not concealed. Exposed and visible. No carbon units detected. Drone controlled activation.
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Re: OMG! Asteroid discovered May 28 can take out satellites May 29... historic close approach without warning!
This is not normal.
This was discovered this morning.
This flies by tomorrow.
This is a historic close approach.
This is closer than 2012 DA14 which made news for 2013 Feb approach.
This is very small.
This will not hit Washington DC.
This could hit an orbiting satellite
This could have companions with it.
This is 2012 KT42 for May 29 at .05 LD
This is not 2012 KP24 for May 28 at .10 LD
This has a history of quakes within a day of close approaches
This consistent history points to a 6.7+ quake May 28-29-30
The 6.7 quake in Argentina might have already fulfilled that window
This is among several recent very close NEOs discovered at last minute
This could produce fireballs in the sky


Might wanna take another look at his Nostradamus prophecy about a JUNE 1 2012 Earthquake
[link to www.youtube.com]
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Let's not forget about the one that DID pierce the atmosphere and create a massive fireball over California back in April. The explosion created a shock wave, which was mistaken by some people for a truck colliding with the side of the house. These lucky folks were many miles away, but I'd venture a guess that a few things/people near ground zero got disappeared real fast.

[link to news.discovery.com]
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Re: OMG! Asteroid discovered May 28 can take out satellites May 29... historic close approach without warning!
No main stream news yet just this:

Another tiny rock will pass Earth tomorrow

"itís probably less than 10 meters across ó about the size of a school bus or more likely a minivan. And itíll be a close shave: though the orbit is still not nailed down, the nominal miss distance is about 14,500 kilometers... bear in mind, it was only discovered last night, so the current orbit is preliminary... And even if newer observations show it hitting us, this rock is way too small to do any damage. At that size, itíll break up in the atmosphere and make a spectacular light show, but not much else. This has happened countless times with asteroids this size, like the Peekskill meteor in 1992, or the more recent fireball over California last April..."

[link to blogs.discovermagazine.com]
 Quoting: TheTruthWorker


Serious question, if a white dwarf star the size of a teaspoon can weigh 5.5 tons,est., how do we know that this doesn't weigh millions or trillions of lbs.? Does size matter at all, if we don't know the composition? Thanks.peace
 Quoting: TOMMY B


Not specifically this asteriod, but one out there someplace? How do we know that the Tunguska impact wasn't caused by something the size of a marble? If a white dwarf explodes, wouldn't it send out very heavy chunks of material/debris?
 Quoting: TOMMY B


This is an interesting idea/question.
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something is happening on the 29th but this wont be it.
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Yea, Einstein... something happens everyday doesn't it.
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Think he had something specific in mind, and ya never know, he might be right.
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I was talking about gravity but neverfuckinmind.
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rockon

good question though
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umm.. ALIENS, DUH
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Its all good, just happened to be one of these wall days.

hf :)
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Its all good, just happened to be one of these wall days.

hf :)
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whew
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Let's hope it hits at least an important satellite.

We need some doom...
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CIA/NSA comsat
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Keep it clear of Phoenix >
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When is that? Can i stay home from work because of it?

ohyeah
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Re: OMG! Asteroid discovered May 28 can take out satellites May 29... historic close approach without warning!
19,200 kilometers = 2012 KP24

35,786 kilometers = Weather and communication satellites (radio, telephone, and television)
 Quoting: TheTruthWorker


Some medium doom would be if that sucker took out a few communications satellites. scheming
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Ladies, Guys, its a vessel, what could be thought of like a body in hibernation. transporting what>?it jumped the space coridors to near earth! bold shit.

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