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Next Live event: “Potentially Hazardous Asteroid (4149) Toutatis close approach” – 13 Dec., 20:00UT

 
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Next Live event: “Potentially Hazardous Asteroid (4149) Toutatis close approach” – 13 Dec., 20:00UT
Virtual Telescope’s WebTV here [link to www.virtualtelescope.eu]
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thanks
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Re: Next Live event: “Potentially Hazardous Asteroid (4149) Toutatis close approach” – 13 Dec., 20:00UT
whats that thing under the meteor?

is that..
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Re: Next Live event: “Potentially Hazardous Asteroid (4149) Toutatis close approach” – 13 Dec., 20:00UT
It's a scam!!! No live event, just blabling!
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Re: Next Live event: “Potentially Hazardous Asteroid (4149) Toutatis close approach” – 13 Dec., 20:00UT
Why are they calling it a "Potentially Hazordous Asteroid"....if there is no chance at all of it hitting earth?
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Re: Next Live event: “Potentially Hazardous Asteroid (4149) Toutatis close approach” – 13 Dec., 20:00UT
How close? do i need to put my helmet on?
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Re: Next Live event: “Potentially Hazardous Asteroid (4149) Toutatis close approach” – 13 Dec., 20:00UT
whats that thing under the meteor?

is that..
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Yes.
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Re: Next Live event: “Potentially Hazardous Asteroid (4149) Toutatis close approach” – 13 Dec., 20:00UT
It's a scam!!! No live event, just blabling!
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Live event Enter enter the chat !
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Re: Next Live event: “Potentially Hazardous Asteroid (4149) Toutatis close approach” – 13 Dec., 20:00UT
How close? do i need to put my helmet on?
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No Smiley
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It's a scam!!! No live event, just blabling!
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Live event Enter enter the chat !
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To do exactly what?
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Re: Next Live event: “Potentially Hazardous Asteroid (4149) Toutatis close approach” – 13 Dec., 20:00UT
It's a scam!!! No live event, just blabling!
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Live event Enter enter the chat !
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To do exactly what?
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to follow the event with applications to astrophysical Smiley
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Re: Next Live event: “Potentially Hazardous Asteroid (4149) Toutatis close approach” – 13 Dec., 20:00UT
thanks
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Re: Next Live event: “Potentially Hazardous Asteroid (4149) Toutatis close approach” – 13 Dec., 20:00UT
I don't think it will hit, but people should be prepared to get under a desk or table just in case it does.
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Re: Next Live event: “Potentially Hazardous Asteroid (4149) Toutatis close approach” – 13 Dec., 20:00UT
I don't think it will hit, but people should be prepared to get under a desk or table just in case it does.
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Potentially hazardous asteroids would cause catastrophic damage.

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Re: Next Live event: “Potentially Hazardous Asteroid (4149) Toutatis close approach” – 13 Dec., 20:00UT
5a

What are the odds it knocks out the wobbily NK satellite just launched? Pretty good I would think wink/wink.
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Re: Next Live event: “Potentially Hazardous Asteroid (4149) Toutatis close approach” – 13 Dec., 20:00UT


"There are some initial indications they might not have full control," the official said of the device that was the payload for North Korea's first successful long-range rocket launch.

The official, who has access to the latest US assessment, declined to be identified by name due to the sensitive nature of the information.

The satellite, described by one US defense official as a rudimentary communications satellite with limited capability, is on a Polar orbit, meaning it is moving between the North and South poles.

Since there are issues about control, the United States is not certain the satellite is in a fully stable orbit.

"We don't know. We are still trying to figure that out," the US official said.

However, he also cautioned the satellite could stay in its relatively low altitude orbit for months before either burning up or falling back to Earth.

[link to security.blogs.cnn.com]

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