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(2012 TC4) 2012-Oct-12 0.2LD 14 m - 30 m

 
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(2012 TC4) 2012-Oct-12 0.2LD 14 m - 30 m
NEO Earth Close Approaches
(2012 TC4) 2012-Oct-12 0.2LD 14 m - 30 m

[link to neo.jpl.nasa.gov]

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Re: (2012 TC4) 2012-Oct-12 0.2LD 14 m - 30 m
Another small dark rock found. There are Millions of these BTW. The Closest one, besides those that hit, was a mere 5480 kilometers, Very Small Asteroid Makes Close Earth Approach on February 4, 2011 "Asteroid 2011 CQ1 was discovered by the Catalina Sky Survey on February 4 and made a record close Earth approach 14 hours later on February 4 at 19:39 UT (14:39 EST). It passed to within 0.85 Earth radii (5480 km) of the Earth's surface over a region in the mid-Pacific. This object, only about one meter in diameter, is the closest non-impacting object in our asteroid catalog to date..." [link to neo.jpl.nasa.gov]
Here's one from last year Asteroid 2011 MD CPA Earth @ 18,651 Kilometers [link to www.youtube.com]

There are currently around 590,000 Known Asteroids, ftp://ftp.lowell.edu/pub/elgb/astorb.html they suspect the real number is around 6 MILLION. As for the NEOs, the current number of around 8000 is expected to be around 100,000. Small dark rocks are hard to see, until they get close. With Millions of them flying around, some will come close. Look at the numbers in this video;



The Condition Code has absolutely nothing to do with the Current Location. It's all about the Future Orbit. A high CC simply means the orbit years away is not know well enough to avoid losing it when it it leaves sight and then comes back into sight range. They don't watch these small rocks all the time, they can't. Note how objects that aren't expected back don't have a Condition Code [link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov]
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Re: (2012 TC4) 2012-Oct-12 0.2LD 14 m - 30 m
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The Tunguska asteroid is estimated to have been about the same size as this asteroid.
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It is traveling let's say 23486 km/h
To make a difference 8 days before should be applied force to make it extra move in right direction with speed of 70 km/h, could be impact of something much much much smaller.

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If the time of the closest approach is correct 05:17GMT (+/-15 minutes), what is the direction the asteroid is coming from, roughly calculating, so half of the globe, whatever will happen that day, can sleep well. Just a thought.
[link to imageshack.us]


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2012-Oct-12 05:31 (+/-) 02 minutes

Makes me deeper on the safe side.


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Another small dark rock found.
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The scale of the video at 1080P resolution is roughly 1million kilometers per pixel, and each second of video corresponds to 60 days.


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