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Incoming Asteroid--- 2012DA14---Feb 15---57M or over 170' across---.009LD

 
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Nobody has taken into account the effect of the earths Gravational pull on this rock!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11


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thats already in the figure
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If my math is correct...it will pass by at just over 2,000 miles.
Any course deflection of any kind and...............
 Quoting: RememberThis


misses earth by 34596 km / 21623 mi
 Quoting: OpenHeartMonk


Impact is set for February 16th


See video here






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Accoring to this Vid it' 6.0 E-6


Feb 14 0.007
Feb 15 0.0035
Feb 16 0.0006 (6.0 E-4)

So work that out from AUs to miles its

5577 Miles or roughly 8 km

ENOUGH TO BE INFLUENCED BY EARTHS GRAVITY
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Holy smokes that is close! But science does win here - the asteroid's trajectory around the Sun means that it can't come any closer than 3.2 Earth radii according to NASA.

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Crazy though I watched it on JPL and it looks to chase the earth all the way through into 2015.
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'Should' miss us by about 2100 miles, BUT what IS the plus/Minus connected with this calculation ?

IF it was + or - 50%, it could be as close as 1050 miles. IF those numbers were 'faulty', we could have a VERY nasty surprise for some place on Earth !

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I'm going to try one more time. On February 16th, it will be 3.0E-4 AU. This is .00003 AU, or 2,789 miles. Everyone is obsessed about the 15th, but it's the 16th we have to worry about.
 Quoting: Meggarea

You need to go back to math class. 3.0E-4 AU is .0003 AU NOT .00003. You move the decimal place four spots, you don't add 4 zeros.
[link to www.unit-conversion.info]
.0003 AU = 27886.7 Miles

Nothing has changed...


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You need to calm down, since we're telling each other what to do. Pardon me for not being an expert in astronomical distances, or the formula they use to determine such. Perhaps my math skills do need some work, but your people skills seem to be lacking, so I guess that makes us even.
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Thats ok, the world is suppose to end anyway in one month.
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LOL
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What if they're right?
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ASTRONUT ..... NICE RAZEL DAZEL WITH ALL THE NUMBERS !

All of which come from our government, KNOWN to tell us ANY LIES they please; change any numbers gathered by others, essentially for THEIR purposes!

Who or WHAT you represent, no one knows. You MAY be telling us the 'facts', as you were given them, but NOT the 'truth', understand ?

As this IS a conspiracy site, please understand WHY we have doubts about any future events that concern our lives and well being.
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[link to impact.ese.ic.ac.uk]

Do a little math, at greater than 1KM from the blast, the worst, absolute worst effects are shattered glass.
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If my math is correct...it will pass by at just over 2,000 miles.
Any course deflection of any kind and...............
 Quoting: RememberThis


You math is way off... it's more like 200,000 miles
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1043775


The earth and Moon are just under 240,000 miles apart on average.

Take that figure and times it by .009 and what do you have?

2,150 miles
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Right close enough for gravity to suck it right in. BOOM. this is REAL DOOM. WOOT WOOT! 5a5a5a
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If we were going to be impacted.. does anyone here over the age of 10
actually believe they would tell us or give us accurate telemetry..?
All of their data are not belong to us..

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[snip]
Apophis is the size of two football fields. The analysis done by NASA in 2004 says that it will pass close to Earth on April 13, 2029.

Russian scientists have taken the analysis one step further. They say, there is a possibility of Apophis traveling through a gravitational keyhole, which would affect it's orbit enough to put it on a collision course with Earth on April 13, 2036.
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Re: Incoming Asteroid--- 2012DA14---Feb 15---57M or over 170' across---.009LD
ASTRONUT ..... NICE RAZEL DAZEL WITH ALL THE NUMBERS !

All of which come from our government, KNOWN to tell us ANY LIES they please; change any numbers gathered by others, essentially for THEIR purposes!

Who or WHAT you represent, no one knows. You MAY be telling us the 'facts', as you were given them, but NOT the 'truth', understand ?

As this IS a conspiracy site, please understand WHY we have doubts about any future events that concern our lives and well being.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28337912


Nope, those numbers did not come from the government. I am telling you the truth and I don't give a Fuck what you think, but you are spreading lies.
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[link to impact.ese.ic.ac.uk]

Do a little math, at greater than 1KM from the blast, the worst, absolute worst effects are shattered glass.
 Quoting: AmericanJedi



You're crazy. A 50m impactor if it disentigrated 5-10km over the surface would create enough heat radiation to burn you alive in the open at 100 miles. The shockwaves would destroy most structures out to 50 miles.

Now, if it impacted the surface, it would create a crater half a mile wide and similar shock wave and throw up enough dust to completely blanket a thousand sq miles with an inch of soot. This would wipe out a million acres of crops.

If it impacted the ocean, which is most likely, it would create a 20 ft tsunami. Nothing we haven't seen before recently.

Markets would crash worldwide, there would be chaos in the effected areas. Obviously not the end of the world, but the end of our business as usual happy go lucky approach to life.

Honestly there isn't much we can do about it. Our ballistic missiles aren't designed to hit a small fast moving target this size and they would only be effective maybe an hour before impact. Also, its dangerous to launch nuclear missiles.


I would say, this isn't a big deal because its not an end of the world type event. You are more likely to be killed waiting for a bus or driving to work.

Also the object is coming at us from behind our orbital path so its velocity will be significantly lessened, most of it will burn up in the atmosphere.

I'm actually not that worried about it. There is maybe a 10% chance this thing hits earth, and maybe a 1% chance it kills people. In fact, more people could die in a panic that it might hit earth than if it actually hit earth.

Tunguska killed people and wiped out 1500 sq miles of land, the next day life went on as usual around the world.
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endtime

Maybe it's 'this' asteroid that hits the earth....
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If my math is correct...it will pass by at just over 2,000 miles.
Any course deflection of any kind and...............
 Quoting: RememberThis


You math is way off... it's more like 200,000 miles
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1043775


2.0E-4 is the distance on Feb 15 2013 according to JPL. That is very close but still about 3.4 million miles give or take a few 100 thousands.
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[link to www.minorplanetcenter.net]

[snip]

Unusual Minor Planets
The lists of unusual objects accessible from this page include both close-approach and distant objects. Note that the definitions of Aten, Apollo and Amor objects differ between different groups. The definitions used here are that: Atens have semimajor axes less than 1.0 AU; Apollos have perihelion distances less than 1.0 AU and semimajor axes greater than 1.0 AU; and Amors have perihelion distances between 1.0 and 1.3 AU. Centaur objects have perihelia beyond the orbit of Jupiter and semimajor axes inside the orbit of Neptune. Transneptunian objects have orbits with semimajor axes beyond the orbit of Neptune--some of these objects, generally assumed to be in librations with Neptune, have perihelion distances inside the orbit of Neptune.

At the present time, these lists contain entries for the following numbers of objects:

9348 close approach
1615 distant objects
424 other unusual objects
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If my math is correct...it will pass by at just over 2,000 miles.
Any course deflection of any kind and...............
 Quoting: RememberThis


You math is way off... it's more like 200,000 miles
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1043775


2.0E-4 is the distance on Feb 15 2013 according to JPL. That is very close but still about 3.4 million miles give or take a few 100 thousands.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11716485

Well I am, or my calculator to be exact, is wrong. Umm. Seems the real distance is about 19,000 miles if I use the online calculator but I don't trust it because manual calculations give me 185,911 miles. My first mistake was pressing the exponential key instead of the exponent. Thus the error in my first post. Either way, I think we will be able to see this one coming and we can alway hope for the GLP effect!
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If my math is correct...it will pass by at just over 2,000 miles.
Any course deflection of any kind and...............
 Quoting: RememberThis


You math is way off... it's more like 200,000 miles
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1043775


2.0E-4 is the distance on Feb 15 2013 according to JPL. That is very close but still about 3.4 million miles give or take a few 100 thousands.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11716485

Well I am, or my calculator to be exact, is wrong. Umm. Seems the real distance is about 19,000 miles if I use the online calculator but I don't trust it because manual calculations give me 185,911 miles. My first mistake was pressing the exponential key instead of the exponent. Thus the error in my first post. Either way, I think we will be able to see this one coming and we can alway hope for the GLP effect!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11716485


The Asteroid is quite small ( approximately 55 Meters )and will vaporize if it
hits our Atmosphere.

NASA lists this as a Near Earth Object at 0.09 Lunar
distance.

0.09 X 240,000 Miles = 21,600 Miles.

This is not a Close Encounter of the 3rd Kind.

sheep
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I do not understand, please help!!
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Come on man, I've been to multiple websites and they are all saying the same thing, there is almost 100 percent certainty that this thing will Miss us. We won't even be able to see it without a telescope, it's close but I've seen closer last year. It is big though and if it were to hit it still wouldn't be as strong as the Tunguska event. Just FYI, I hate to see people scared for no reason.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 957683


2012DA14 is coming at the same level as this year. And that is 27000 km up. It is 8ooo km under the satellits.They are at 35000 km up. It will come at a speed of 7,2 km per sec. No one know the fact to 100%. The Spanish found it this year 5-7 days after it passed the earth. The size is between 40 - 100 m. Nobody really know. Bur the earth could have drag it closer to eart. If it would be an impact it will come at a speed of 12,5 km per sec.
Nobody knows to 100%.
IT IS coming for sure.
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Re: Incoming Asteroid--- 2012DA14---Feb 15---57M or over 170' across---.009LD
I went to the link and from what I can see, this already occurred in February of 2012.


It is for the year 2012.



THIS ALREADY HAPPENED.
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Re: Incoming Asteroid--- 2012DA14---Feb 15---57M or over 170' across---.009LD
Will miss the Earth entirely,
nearly one lunar distance from Earth.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28314857


Cant you read??

.009 LD
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 811191


Is right , it's not going to hit, we had a 0.002 just this year and nothing, no touch down.

No need to take the tomato plant inside ! LOL

peace
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It's the one we don't see coming that will hit us.
"Power Corrupts"
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They are talking about
2012DA14 passing UNDER phone/internet satellite
orbits !!!!!!!!
Talk about potential for catastrophe !!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: Incoming Asteroid--- 2012DA14---Feb 15---57M or over 170' across---.009LD
So it is still at condition code 4?
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To be exact by the minute, 2012 DA14 will be .00023378 AU which is about 21,741 miles and on February 15,2013
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2012 DA14 collides with moon...BooM

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