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Oct 12 2012TC (?) 0.2 LD

 
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Oct 12 2012TC (?) 0.2 LD
Me again.
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0.2 LD
Smaller one

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Re: Oct 12 2012TC (?) 0.2 LD
If this has been posted, I apologize. But this one is REALLY close.
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Re: Oct 12 2012TC (?) 0.2 LD
If it ain't o.1 I am not interested...lol
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Last week the space station orbit was changed due to supposed satellite space debris, space shuttle launch tonight.

I wonder if they are launching to rescue data and people from the space station????????
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Re: Oct 12 2012TC (?) 0.2 LD
It's teeny too. 15m is all. But still closer with a higher uncertainty level. I thumb the scientists were called in on their day off. They checked less than 30 times. Heh
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Re: Oct 12 2012TC (?) 0.2 LD
Me again.
Condition code 7
[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov]
0.2 LD
Smaller one

[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov]
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dude that is close and a high condition code. bump
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Last week the space station orbit was changed due to supposed satellite space debris, space shuttle launch tonight.

I wonder if they are launching to rescue data and people from the space station????????
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I never thought about them. How far away are they?
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Last week the space station orbit was changed due to supposed satellite space debris, space shuttle launch tonight.

I wonder if they are launching to rescue data and people from the space station????????
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I never thought about them. How far away are they?
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2012 TC will pass within 0.2 lunar distances (about 49,088 miles or 79,000 kilometers)..The ISS is maintained at an orbital altitude of between 330 km (205 mi) and 410 km (255 mi)...
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Thank you very much. I know DirecTv has a sat about 36000-ish miles out. So I guess we just wait and see on this one as well. Thanks again, Catscratch.
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Military satellites? I would assume that people would be adjusting orbits? How fast can the satellites be moved? Like a really fast Pac-Man?

Still think it's a funny coinky dink these two showed up same week as sun outages for tv and phones. Coinky dink because this 0.2 was just found today, right?
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JPL says 9.0E-4..
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What's that exactly?
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Who gives a fuck. How big is it?
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What's that exactly?
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Check it by the hour.. I think it means it's going to hit.. But I'll leave that up to someone else that knows better than I.
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Thanks for the pin. :) On that orbit diagram, is it possible to see where the asteroids are coming FROM?
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What's that exactly?
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Check it by the hour.. I think it means it's going to hit.. But I'll leave that up to someone else that knows better than I.
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Ok. But what do the numbers mean? Can it be tracked to where or where in the sky?
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Who gives a fuck. How big is it?
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It's a little one. 15m. So a 2.5 megaton bomb give or take if a 40m is a 5 mefaton bomb. (Told you guys I wouldn't forget a word you said. :) )
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Thanks mods for pinning this. This will light up this forum in the next few hours -- I said this in a previous post. This is dam close and yes we should be concerned. I am really surprised the major media outlets have not picked up on this situation. Those who think this BS- go back to school and I did say this was a concern not a strike

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ok.. JPL says the closest will be 6.0e-4.. or roughly 0.0006 AU... 89,758.7224 kilometers.. still a good ways off..
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ok.. JPL says the closest will be 6.0e-4.. or roughly 0.0006 AU... 89,758.7224 kilometers.. still a good ways off..
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but keep in mind.. condition code 7..
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I bet it is picking up quite the electrostatic charge from hurdling through space. Could that possibly attract it to the Earth's magnetosphere if it is that close indeed? It's orbit trajectory could change rapidly if it was a conductive material and an opposite charge as the Earth.
Just a thought...
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0.000630410399548262 Astronomical Units = 94 308.0534 kilometers
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ok.. JPL says the closest will be 6.0e-4.. or roughly 0.0006 AU... 89,758.7224 kilometers.. still a good ways off..
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The link I posted in the first up there is from jpl. It's say 46 or 47 000 miles.
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0.000630410399548262 Astronomical Units = 94 308.0534 kilometers
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58600.3 miles
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ok.. JPL says the closest will be 6.0e-4.. or roughly 0.0006 AU... 89,758.7224 kilometers.. still a good ways off..
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The link I posted in the first up there is from jpl. It's say 46 or 47 000 miles.
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Got a link for ya OP On 2012tv and 2012tc4...
[link to astrobob.areavoices.com]

Another recent find, asteroid 2012 TC4, will come even closer on the night of Oct. 11-12. At 11:57 p.m. (CDT) Oct. 11, the speedy visitor will book across the sky 59,000 miles from Earth’s surface. Because of its small size – about 45 to 90 feet across – it will appear as a very faint, fast-moving star in large amateur telescopes at that time. Earlier that evening, the viewing angle will be better and 2012 TC4 will shine brighter at magnitude 13.6. This will make it a decent catch in an scopes 8-inches. I’ll have more details on how to see soon.
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I bet it is picking up quite the electrostatic charge from hurdling through space. Could that possibly attract it to the Earth's magnetosphere if it is that close indeed? It's orbit trajectory could change rapidly if it was a conductive material and an opposite charge as the Earth.
Just a thought...
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Someone said it could in a thread from last night but there were a lot of factors involved. So this close and the magnetosphere may be weakened with a couple spots rotating that are C class CME producers...could be interesting. I'd still like to know how to trace these backwards.
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ok.. JPL says the closest will be 6.0e-4.. or roughly 0.0006 AU... 89,758.7224 kilometers.. still a good ways off..
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The link I posted in the first up there is from jpl. It's say 46 or 47 000 miles.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24613830


Got a link for ya OP On 2012tv and 2012tc4...
[link to astrobob.areavoices.com]

Another recent find, asteroid 2012 TC4, will come even closer on the night of Oct. 11-12. At 11:57 p.m. (CDT) Oct. 11, the speedy visitor will book across the sky 59,000 miles from Earth’s surface. Because of its small size – about 45 to 90 feet across – it will appear as a very faint, fast-moving star in large amateur telescopes at that time. Earlier that evening, the viewing angle will be better and 2012 TC4 will shine brighter at magnitude 13.6. This will make it a decent catch in an scopes 8-inches. I’ll have more details on how to see soon.
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Sweet! Thank you!

I'm still on my phone ... Bleh... Something this "small" would be disintegrated to about half or smaller? A 7 uncertainty is still pretty dodgy. More uncertainty.
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:doom face:
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Awww. Spider?
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If it ain't o.1 I am not interested...lol
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As much as it pains me, I have to agree...

I'm gonna say call me when it's like 0.00 something or some such, I dunno.

I'm jaded on this...

But there's some serious shit headed this way, potentially in the late 2030's, but more likely around 2042.
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Might be a cool streak in the sky.. that's about it..

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