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Ready for a meteor shower?

 
AxE-i-DeNt

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08/10/2012 07:55 AM

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Ready for a meteor shower?
This weekend Saturday, Sunday Perseid will be at it'S peak.


Enjoy the show if you can.

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08/10/2012 07:59 AM
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Re: Ready for a meteor shower?
This weekend Saturday, Sunday Perseid will be at it'S peak.


Enjoy the show if you can.

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I saw 2 star fall the early while ago it was awesome!!
Next week good week for that!
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Re: Ready for a meteor shower?
A bunch of us from my local astronomical society are doing a public outreach 'meteor night' at a dark-sky site nearby.

Most will be on meteor watch, but a few of us are taking telescopes to show the newbies some of the better deep-sky targets.

Hoping for a clear night.
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08/10/2012 08:00 AM
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Re: Ready for a meteor shower?
Will you be able to see this from everywhere or just certain places?
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Re: Ready for a meteor shower?
Will you be able to see this from everywhere or just certain places?
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Anywhere the sky is clear ;)
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08/10/2012 08:11 AM
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Re: Ready for a meteor shower?
This weekend Saturday, Sunday Perseid will be at it'S peak.


Enjoy the show if you can.

[link to news.ca.msn.com]
 Quoting: AxE-i-DeNt


its what comes after the shower that concerns me
RRR661
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08/10/2012 08:13 AM

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Re: Ready for a meteor shower?
This weekend Saturday, Sunday Perseid will be at it'S peak.


Enjoy the show if you can.

[link to news.ca.msn.com]
 Quoting: AxE-i-DeNt


its what comes after the shower that concerns me
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Care to elaborate?
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08/10/2012 08:22 AM
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Re: Ready for a meteor shower?
This weekend Saturday, Sunday Perseid will be at it'S peak.


Enjoy the show if you can.

[link to news.ca.msn.com]
 Quoting: AxE-i-DeNt


its what comes after the shower that concerns me
 Quoting: RRR661


Care to elaborate?
 Quoting: AxE-i-DeNt


Thread: John Moore Reports that Military Bases Recieved Evacuation Orders

Thread: NIBIRU AUGUST 14TH - 24TH MAYBE

along with tons of others maybe BS but interesting that this shower is just more support that there is an object coming, rocks don't travel alone.
RRR661
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08/10/2012 08:23 AM
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Will you be able to see this from everywhere or just certain places?
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Anywhere the sky is clear ;)
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So it's gonna be viewable all around the world?
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AxE-i-DeNt (OP)

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08/10/2012 08:25 AM

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Re: Ready for a meteor shower?
Will you be able to see this from everywhere or just certain places?
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Anywhere the sky is clear ;)
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So it's gonna be viewable all around the world?
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Northern Hemisphere...
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08/10/2012 08:27 AM

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Re: Ready for a meteor shower?
This weekend Saturday, Sunday Perseid will be at it'S peak.


Enjoy the show if you can.

[link to news.ca.msn.com]
 Quoting: AxE-i-DeNt


its what comes after the shower that concerns me
 Quoting: RRR661


Care to elaborate?
 Quoting: AxE-i-DeNt


Thread: John Moore Reports that Military Bases Recieved Evacuation Orders

Thread: NIBIRU AUGUST 14TH - 24TH MAYBE

along with tons of others maybe BS but interesting that this shower is just more support that there is an object coming, rocks don't travel alone.
 Quoting: RRR661


RR, thing is, Perseid's been observed for some 2000 years now, it's a cloud of debris left by a comet that we go through every year, if I'm not mistaken....
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its what comes after the shower that concerns me
 Quoting: RRR661


Care to elaborate?
 Quoting: AxE-i-DeNt


Thread: John Moore Reports that Military Bases Recieved Evacuation Orders

Thread: NIBIRU AUGUST 14TH - 24TH MAYBE

along with tons of others maybe BS but interesting that this shower is just more support that there is an object coming, rocks don't travel alone.
 Quoting: RRR661


RR, thing is, Perseid's been observed for some 2000 years now, it's a cloud of debris left by a comet that we go through every year, if I'm not mistaken....
 Quoting: AxE-i-DeNt


you may be right, i just found out about the shower myself, but it just seem funny to me. this is supposed to be one of the best showers on record hundreds of meteors 13th though the 24th, the dates for this speculated object is 17th - 24th. im just saying. comets don't usually leave the kind of trail that would cause the events we are supposed to see. idk just thinking out load.lol
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Care to elaborate?
 Quoting: AxE-i-DeNt


Thread: John Moore Reports that Military Bases Recieved Evacuation Orders

Thread: NIBIRU AUGUST 14TH - 24TH MAYBE

along with tons of others maybe BS but interesting that this shower is just more support that there is an object coming, rocks don't travel alone.
 Quoting: RRR661


RR, thing is, Perseid's been observed for some 2000 years now, it's a cloud of debris left by a comet that we go through every year, if I'm not mistaken....
 Quoting: AxE-i-DeNt


you may be right, i just found out about the shower myself, but it just seem funny to me. this is supposed to be one of the best showers on record hundreds of meteors 13th though the 24th, the dates for this speculated object is 17th - 24th. im just saying. comets don't usually leave the kind of trail that would cause the events we are supposed to see. idk just thinking out load.lol
 Quoting: RRR661


Hey, thinking out loud, challenging ideas and thoughts... No problem there my man. It's a good idea to question everything.
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08/10/2012 08:44 AM
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Re: Ready for a meteor shower?
..... Perseid's ...... a cloud of debris left by a comet that we go through every year, if I'm not mistaken....
 Quoting: AxE-i-DeNt

Yep - the periodic comet P109 'Swift-Tuttle'

These 'Perseids Nights' have been a regular annual thing for as long as I've been involved with organised astronomy groups (30+ yrs)

Any danger from this 'shower' is remote in the extreme.
There's always the chance that a big one might reach the ground, but the chances are astronomical...

And yes, that pun WAS intended :)
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08/10/2012 08:48 AM
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Re: Ready for a meteor shower?
....im just saying. comets don't usually leave the kind of trail that would cause the events we are supposed to see. idk just thinking out load.lol
 Quoting: RRR661

Actually, most of the regular meteor showers come from debris trails left by known comets...

Halleys's comet for example - causes two of the regular annual showers.
The Orionis in late October, and the Eta Aquarids, which are in May IIRC
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its what comes after the shower that concerns me
 Quoting: RRR661


Care to elaborate?
 Quoting: AxE-i-DeNt


Thread: John Moore Reports that Military Bases Recieved Evacuation Orders

Thread: NIBIRU AUGUST 14TH - 24TH MAYBE

along with tons of others maybe BS but interesting that this shower is just more support that there is an object coming, rocks don't travel alone.
 Quoting: RRR661


RR, thing is, Perseid's been observed for some 2000 years now, it's a cloud of debris left by a comet that we go through every year, if I'm not mistaken....
 Quoting: AxE-i-DeNt


So they'll say but this time it might be different. Our world is not normal, nothing is normal anymore.

Its also kind of funny the timing with the closing of the olympics. There's more to this than just comets flying around.
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08/10/2012 08:51 AM

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Re: Ready for a meteor shower?
Comets can create these meteor showers in magnitude thousands of times greater then what anyone has seen recently.

Long ago a meteor shower produced thousands of streaks per MINUTE. It was a jaw dropper, lighting up the night sky as if it were day. Many thought it was the end of the world.......as you can see, people feared the end since the beginning of time. Ironic isn't it?
Do your absolute best and the rest is fate.
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Re: Ready for a meteor shower?
well let's get this ship skinned so the word spreads bump
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08/10/2012 09:06 AM

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Re: Ready for a meteor shower?
..... Perseid's ...... a cloud of debris left by a comet that we go through every year, if I'm not mistaken....
 Quoting: AxE-i-DeNt

Yep - the periodic comet P109 'Swift-Tuttle'

These 'Perseids Nights' have been a regular annual thing for as long as I've been involved with organised astronomy groups (30+ yrs)

Any danger from this 'shower' is remote in the extreme.
There's always the chance that a big one might reach the ground, but the chances are astronomical...

And yes, that pun WAS intended :)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21559351


Thanks for the info!